However, the importance of the game is not lost on Hill who wants to maintain the unbeaten home run and also build valuable momentum before the return to league action at Sale Sharks the following week.
He said: "In terms of selection, I will sit down with Phil Davies and we will select the strongest available team we have and we will hope to continue our winnings ways at Sixways in 2012.
"We have beaten the likes of Banca Monte Crociati, Gloucester and Bath A, we are unbeaten here in all competitions. I know it is only the start of February, but it is still good and we want to continue that.
"It is a good test for us which is exactly what we want a week before we go to Sale, which is a vitally important game for us. That is why we want the strongest team we can have out there and are making sure, despite the cold conditions, that the game goes ahead.
"You have to take a break at some point in the season and some respite, especially for those that have been playing every week. But this week we have put it all together and our preparations really begin for the second half of the Aviva Premiership.
"This game becomes vitally important to us in terms of our preparation. We must get a good performance and good win to get momentum as we start a run of big league games."
Meanwhile, Hill has reported some positive news with prop Ceri Jones returning to training after shoulder surgery last year.
"Ceri has trained for the first time today (Tuesday), but he will need a few weeks of training before he is ready to play," added Hill.
"The other lads are a little bit further down the line with serious injuries and it looks like mid-February."