Wales Women's skipper Mellissa Berry admitted her side are still hurting from last year's RBS 6 Nations defeat to France and will be looking for revenge when the sides meet again on February 28.
Wales were crushed 31-0 in their opening 6 Nations game to a strong England side but bounced back with a resounding 28-12 victory against Scotland in Bridgend last weekend.
And the back-row is convinced Wales can carry on their winning ways and exorcise the demons of their humiliating 27-5 defeat to France in last year’s championship.
She said: “We’re looking to get some good payback after last year’s game and we feel that we can not only win but win comfortably.
“Against England we were not up to the game physically in the first-half but against Scotland we did a lot better and things are looking good.
“But there are still things that need to be improved and in the end we were disappointed not to score more points against Scotland.
“We let them off the hook a few times and that is something we will be looking to address going into the game with France.
“I’m really looking forward to the game and I’m sure the crowd at Bridgend will be as good as they have been and spur us on to another win.”