And the English champions know the stadium well from that 21-17 victory along with their victorious 2002 final against Munster, even though the Blues have more recent success at the magnificent home of Welsh rugby and a 23-9 victory over the Tigers at the Arms Park earlier this season en route to Twickenham.
The Welsh outfit are on a roll with silverware is already in their trophy cabinet in the form of the EDF Energy Cup after beating Gloucester Rugby for a second time, but Tito believes history, however recent, will bear no influence when the whistle goes on Sunday.
"We have had a couple of good wins there but that will count for nothing on Sunday," said Tito. "We earned the right to play there against Toulouse in the quarter-finals and, while this time it was strictly the luck of the draw, we sincerely hope our fans will really get behind us again and turn out in force.
"I am sure all those who were there for the Toulouse game, and those who travelled to Twickenham for the EDF Energy final, will be there once more and it would be tremendous if we could have a crowd over 50,000."
Tickets are still available from the Cardiff Blues to personal callers from the Arms Park ticket office or by phone l on 029 2030 2030 until Thursday 27th April. The Ticket office is open to personal callers only on Saturday from 10am to 4pm and will be open on the day of the game. <<Ticketmaster are also selling tickets online by clicking on this link>>