Sarries have scored the least amount of tries this season but have also conceded the fewest - with the kicking prowess of Charlie Hodgson and Owen Farrell proving invaluable.
Coming into the game on the back of two thumping Amlin Challenge Cup wins over Calvisano, Bath boast a home record which has seen them lose just one of seven matches at the Rec.
And while lock Hooper admits home advantage will be key for Bath once again, he feels the visit of Mark McCall's side in front of the ESPN cameras on Saturday will be as tough a test as they come.
"This is a huge game. It is always a very exciting game and I expect it to be no different," he said.
"They are a tremendous team and we have a lot of respect for them and how they play the game but we have bought into how we can beat them through training in the week and I am confident in the boys.
"Being at home at the Rec is very much a great opportunity for us to play well and for me personally leading the side I have to do my bit and the rest will follow.
"The margin for error is so small and you need to be disciplined and cut out the mistakes and most important take your chances."
Saracens have been in formidable form this season, going unbeaten throughout October and losing only two Aviva Premiership games all season.
Despite not having a fixed address this season Sarries are undefeated at home, with all four of their defeats coming on their travels - to Exeter Chiefs, Sale Sharks, Worcester Warriors and Munster.
And though their home form may give Bath the edge, Mark McCall's troops are coming into the game on the back of a 19-13 victory at Vicarage Road over Munster - putting them in control of their Heineken Cup group and avenging defeat to the Irish province at Thomond Park the week before.
Flanker Andy Saull sat out that victory with a hamstring strain but he insists Saracens are returning to Premiership riding high on confidence.
"It was a huge performance and one we needed after losing at Thomond Park," said Saull.
"In terms of coming back to Aviva Premiership action it was perfect. Confidence is high and now we need to keep the focus up and make sure we keep it going against Bath.
"They are a tough team to beat but we know if we play our best we can win and that's the main thing. If we focus on our game we should come through.
"We know what we are capable of and now it's down to us to carry on our form."
Referee: Greg Garner (40th Premiership game)
Assistant Referees: Roy Maybank, Gareth Copsey. TMO: Graham Hughes