Australia head into the second last World Series in Canada atop of the standings but there are only 24 points separating the top six teams.
After finishing with a bronze in Kitakyushu, the Aussie 7's side has not been quiet about their intentions heading into Langford.
If Australia were to be crowned Champions at Langford it would give them an unassailable lead in the World Series standings with one leg remaining.
Currently, New Zealand is nipping at their heels as they sit only six points behind Australia.
Australia were drawn in Pool C alongside Spain, Ireland and host country Canada.
It is no easy group for the Aussies as they previously lost to Spain in the Pool stage at Kitakyushu and played out a tantalising match against Canada at the Commonwealth Games in April.
“You’ve got to beat the best to be the best and obviously with a home crowd it is massively in their [Canada’s] favour but for us it’s about playing our game and trying to silence that crowd early on and come away with the win," Australian captain Shannon Parry told Sevens World Series media.
“There is a lot on the line, we have been preparing well and we know what is at stake but in saying that, it’s game by game and for us we just need to focus and get through the pool stages,” Parry said.
Australia play their opening match of the Langford 7s against Canada at 5:35am AEST.