And Kvesic has acknowledged how much of an advantage it can be for Warriors to play on a Friday night under the lights.
"These Friday night games are the ones I really look forward to playing in," he admitted.
"There are always a lot of fans here, they get right behind you and it's a great atmosphere to play in.
"We know it's vitally important to win and hopefully it will all come together for us.
"If we can get that victory, it will take a little bit of pressure off us as it will open up a big gap and we can focus on chasing the teams above us."
Sharks recorded a first win this term when they battled back to beat Cardiff Blues in their opening Heineken Cup clash. After trailing 24-12 at the break, Sharks produced a sensational comeback to win by a point.
The comeback was inspired by former England fly half Danny Cipriani, who came off the bench to score a try and, according to Kvesic, Sale will come to Sixways with a lot of spirit.
He added: "I'm sure Sale will come thinking they can win. They will have a positive frame of mind following their first win and it is up to us to put in a big performance.
"Out on the Sixways pitch, we are a tough team to beat. If our defence functions like it can and our attack play comes together like we've seen in the last two games, I think we can get the right result."
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