JEFF Williams is determined to help Bath finish the job and secure safe passage into the Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-finals this evening.

Bath made it three wins from three in the group stages with a 21-8 victory at home to Newcastle Falcons last weekend and another success away at Ospreys tonight would guarantee them finishing top of Pool One.

There is added incentive for Todd Blackadder’s side as only Harlequins have registered more points than them during the pool phase so far, so victory in Swansea would secure Bath home advantage in the last four.

Ospreys cannot progress into the knockout rounds as they have won just one of three matches so far, however, winger Williams knows that nothing is going to be handed to them on a plate at the Liberty Stadium.

“We are in a good position. We have done really well in the competition so far and we really want to crack on now and get that home semi-final,” said Williams.

“It was a great win by the boys at the weekend back at the Rec and it was really nice to be part of that but now it is on to Ospreys.

“We know what is on the line in terms of a home semi-final if we can get a win this week but it is one step at a time.

“We have just got to make sure start the game well, put some points on the board and play our style of rugby. It is not going to easy against Ospreys, they are a very talented side with lots of good players. It is a great challenge.

“The club is hungry for success. We are happy in the camp at the moment, you look around and there is a smile on everyone’s face and the boys are excited to try to take this opportunity.”

Bath’s victory over Falcons was far from an eye-catching affair, with both sides still scoreless until 10 minutes into the second half when Paul Grant touched down to break the deadlock.

That got the ball rolling for the hosts and Nathan Charles and Jack Wilson also got over the whitewash at the Rec, with Freddie Burns converting all three tries.

Williams said: “You have got to win ugly sometimes and I think the conditions dictated that.

“We didn’t score any points in the first 50 minutes but neither did Newcastle and we did well to keep them out because they were quite strong in that first half. Our defence did well and we only conceded eight points in the whole game.

“We’ve reviewed that game and put it to bed and this week we have got some new tricks and new plans and hopefully we can get cracking.”