**Benetton will put their 100 per cent record in the Guinness PRO14 Rainbow Cup on the line this weekend and potentially have revenge on the agenda at home to Connacht.**\n\nKieran Crowley’s side went winless during the first half of the PRO14 campaign but almost beat the Irish province in February only for Bundee Aki’s last-minute try to break Italian hearts in a 19-17 reverse. \n\nBritish and Irish Lions selection Aki will feature in Treviso again, in his first appearance in two months following a red card in the Six Nations, and he will hope to keep alive Connacht's own chances of topping the northern hemisphere group.\n\n**The breakdown**\n\nSurprise package Benetton are determined not to let slip their fantastic start and a win would make sure they remain on course to qualify for the Rainbow Cup final. \n\nWith Paolo Garbisi in fine form, the leaders will hope for more home comforts with triumphs in their last three matches at Stadio Monigo but they have lost their most recent seven battles with Connacht. \n\nIndeed, the Irish outfit will provide a stern examination of Benetton’s title hopes after they sealed a hard-fought victory over Munster on May 14.