The Aussie Sevens head into the last Sevens World Series event in Paris this weekend with eyes on two trophies up for grabs.
The team currently sit atop of the World Series ladder, four points ahead of New Zealand after they a slight dip in their season which saw a bronze and silver finish.
It has been a has been a quick turn around from Langford, Canada which was a disappointing finish to an otherwise stellar event with a 46-0 loss to New Zeland in the final.
However, it all comes down to this weekend in Paris between the two rivals as they are the only two nations to secure World Series titles since the inaugural season.
"We are in control of our destiny which is the best part about it," Australian captain Shannon Parry said.
"We have the game plans to take it all the way and for us, it is about executing them in the right place," she said.
For the side, it is not only about tying up the World Series trophy for just the second time and Paris trophy but also getting a great run of momentum ahead of the World Cup in San Francisco next month.
"We know we need to be playing good footy to be up there with the best and we didn't do that in the final in Canada," Parry said.
Australia are in Pool B alongside Canada, Fiji and Russia.