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And Scotland travel to the Italian capital having only won twice in six championship games there – their last win coming back in 2006.
But Cusiter denied there was any worry in the Scottish camp about ending this year with the disappointment of a no-win Six Nations.
"We don't talk about that," the 29-year-old said.
"We talk about winning this game. It's the last game, we've not won thus far. It's the last opportunity and it's a huge game we're focussed on winning.
"We've had a tough championship, we've probably got a few regrets about a few games where we feel we could've done better, we feel we could've won.
"It's a huge game for us, we're sitting on zero from four. We've played a lot of good rugby and we've made mistakes at critical times so this is one last opportunity to get a win.
A win against the Italians will also see Scotland avoid their second whitewash in the Championship after their winless 2004 campaign under Matt Williams.
And while Cusiter said the Scots were confident of turning the Azzurri over, he was adamant they would not be taking their opponents lightly.
"We're aware of how tough it will be to win over there,” he said.
"We need an 80-minute performance with no big mistakes as we had last week against Ireland. We believe we can win.
"They've taken a few scalps over the years in Rome.
"They beat France in the penultimate game last year. They've beaten Wales. You know that you're in for an absolute battle for 80 minutes.
"In the past we've put ourselves in good positions and then made one mistake, certainly two years ago, which has cost us the game.
"It's going to be a great occasion; 70,000-80,000 people in a stadium we haven't played in before and two teams that are desperate for a win.
"I'm sure there'll be a lot of travelling support. We haven't played in this stadium before so the history of what's happened in the last 12 years in the Six Nations doesn't come into it.
"We've had some tough defeats over there, games that we feel we maybe should've won. We're starting afresh."