Australia will be looking for their first gold medal of the 2018/19 World Rugby Sevens Series when they take to the field in Biarritz on Saturday.
It is the final leg of the season, and teams still have everything to play for in France.
Automatic Tokyo Olympic qualification spots are up for grabs with Australia looking to sure up their spot.
It hasn't been an easy season for the reigning Olympic Champions, they have not won a series leg so far despite making the final twice. The team has been hampered by injury since the Commonwealth Games last year.
The last gold medal Australia won was during the Sydney 7s in 2018.
"We've come in fairly slow, it's been a bit of a slow train but we're hoping we put that steam on now and really go in guns blazing," captain Sharni Williams told World Rugby media
"We're pretty excited to top the season off with a win, we're really looking forward to this tournament."
Australia currently sits in fourth on the standings with France right on their tails, with anything less than a semi-finals appearance set to play with fire if France gets up.
"A strong tournament will keep us in that top four and get that automatic qualification so that's something we are looking forward too,"
"But Sevens is a tough game, you have to take it game by game so that's what we're going out there to do."
Australia are in Pool B alongside Ireland, Canada, and Spain.
Fixtures and times can be found here.