**Zebre will be looking to build on their morale-boosting win against Ospreys as they travel to Scarlets on Sunday evening, aiming to win back-to-back Guinness PRO14 matches for the first time since September 2018.**\n\nOvercoming Scarlets on the road will be a tricky prospect however, with the Llanelli-based side protecting an unbeaten 13-game record (12 wins and one draw) in the head-to-head against the Italians. \n\nZebre have won just two away games in Wales altogether, although the latest of those was only a year ago when they beat Dragons in November 2019. \n\n**What’s at stake?** \n\nScarlets’ only win this season came against Zebre’s Italian rivals Benetton 11-3 in Round 3 and they are bidding to avoid a third straight home Championship defeat for the first time since 2007/8 – when they were playing at their former ground, Stradey Park. \n\nThe hosts will be seeking more tries, with only Paul Asquith and Samson Lee dotting down in this young campaign. \n\nThey currently lie fourth in Conference B but can make up ground on those above them if they’re able to overcome Zebre. \n\nDespite that victory over Ospreys, Zebre are still bottom of Conference A but, trailing Dragons and Glasgow Warriors by only a point heading into the weekend, a win would shoot them up the standings. \n\n**What happened last time they met?** \n\nBack in October 2019, Scarlets maintained their unbeaten start to the Guinness PRO14 campaign with a rampaging 54-10 victory over Zebre. \n\nThe Welshmen were on cruise control as Kieran Hardy, Josh Macleod and Ryan Conbeer all scored and although Marco Manfredi hit back, Hardy's second sealed the bonus point inside 30 minutes as they led 26-10 at the break. \n\nTaylor Davies, Johnny McNicholl twice and Josh Helps added second-half tries to complete the rout as both sides were missing players to the Rugby World Cup but Scarlets were able to more easily overcome that disadvantage. \n\n**What they said** \n\nScarlets attack coach Richard Whiffin said: “We want to go out and execute an 80-minute performance. \n\n“We have shown in parts our ambition to play, our defence has been outstanding, obviously we know we need to sharpen up on our discipline. If we can nail those three things hopefully we can get on the right side of the result. \n\n“Zebre really moved the ball well in that first 40 against the Ospreys (won 23-17). \n\nThey are a team that will play from deep and have a couple of good young half-backs that are starting to control their game.