With a warning that strike weapon Rupeni Caucaunibuca comes armed with "a GPS to the tryline", Fiji are vowing to ambush Australia in Saturday night's rugby Test in Canberra.
While winger and vice-captain Sireli Bobo is the only survivor from the impressive Fiji team that reached the 2007 Rugby World Cup quarter-finals in France, skipper Deacon Manu insists the Pacific Islanders are in the national capital with only victory on their minds.
"We hope to deliver a performance that we are proud of," Manu said on Thursday.
Central to Fiji's plans is Caucau, formerly one of the world's most destructive wingers who will emerge from four years in the international wilderness to line up at outside centre this weekend.
In recent times, the ex-Auckland Blues sensation has been wowing fans in the France Top 14 competition with Agen, reportedly bagging 13 tries this season from the midfield - where he apparently began his playing career before, as Fiji coach Samuela Domini put it, "he got too fast".
All the softly-spoken 29-year-old would disclose on Thursday was that he was "looking forward" to mixing it with the Wallabies in the hope of landing a contract with an Australian franchise for next season's inaugural Super 15 competition.
The Wallabies suspect that the opportunity to impress Australian talent scouts will provide Caucau with further incentive to wreak havoc at Canberra Stadium.
"We've all seen what he can do and how he can create from nothing, so we're keen to contain him," Wallabies flanker David Pocock said.
It was Bobo who joked that Caucau is blessed with a "GPS to the tryline" when asked what was so special about playing with the 112kg speed merchant.