The Flying Fijians rugby team believe it could be a case of tenth time lucky when they face France in Paris this weekend.
After opening their Northern Tour with defeat in Scotland, the Pacific Island side bounced back with a resounding victory against Uruguay last weekend.
Fiji have never beaten Les Bleus in nine tests but have been boosted by the return of number eight Viliame Mata and centre Semi Radradra for tonight's clash at Stade de France.
Bordeaux star Radradra is one of eight players in Fiji's starting line-up that play their club rugby in France and coach John McKee says that helps their preparation.
"A lot of the players play against these players, the French players, regularly through the (Top 14) competition so they know their opposition well. We know we've got a big challenge in front of us but we've really put in some good work over two weeks and with this weeks preparation we really want to be up for the challenge on Saturday night."
John McKee had only been in charge of Fiji for six months when they last met in 2014 and he says they've come a long way since losing 40-15 in Marseille.
"We didn't really know what our top players were then and we went through a bit of a phase from 2014/2015 settling on our team into the World Cup then and we've got a core of senior players come through but there's also some good younger players have come in and joined the group.
"Semi [Radradra] - he's an important player for us - he had the week off against Uruguay as did Viliame Mata, who was one of our best players against Scotland and has been in outstanding form up here for his club Edinburgh."