Scotland will be looking to repeat their exploits of last year when they take on title-chasing France in the final round of RBS 6 Nations Championship matches on Saturday.
The Scots pulled off one of the shocks of the 2006 tournament when they famously defeated Les Bleus 20-16 at Murrayfield on the opening weekend.
Thirteen months later, they head to the Stade de France in Paris with the aim of ruining France's attempts to defend their title - and picking up their second win of the competition in the process.
A home win over Wales has been their only reward from an up-and-down campaign which has also seen them lose to Italy and Ireland, at Murrayfield, and England, at Twickenham.
It will take a noteworthy performance to stun the French this weekend, however.
Les Bleus are one of three teams on six points going into the final Saturday, England and Ireland being the others.
Of the trio, the reigning champions are only side playing at home, while they are looking to bounce back from their 26-18 reverse at England last Sunday.
France have kept faith with the bulk of the players that lost to England, initially making just three changes to the side that blew its opportunity of a Grand Slam.
Scrum-half Pierre Mignoni, number eight Imanol Harinordoquy and winger Cedric Heymans all come into the starting line-up, with Dimitri Yachvili, Sebastien Chabal and Christophe Dominici dropping out respectively.
The likes of Jean-Baptiste Elissalde and Elvis Vermeulen, who were recalled to the squad for this weekend's crunch game, have been named on the bench.
Twenty-one-year-old Lionel Beauxis plays at fly-half in place of the injured David Skrela who withdrew from the starting line-up on Friday after failing to recover from a tibia problem he sustained in the defeat to England.
Scrum-half Rory Lawson and hooker Ross Ford will make their first starts for Scotland, replacing Chris Cusiter and Dougie Hall respectively.
Winger Nikki Walker, centre Andrew Henderson and number eight John Beattie also come in to the team.
Chris Paterson is moved from the wing to take over at full-back, while Rob Dewey switches to outside centre in another positional change.