Wales skipper Sam Warburton admits that he's had enough of losing to Australia, New Zealand and South Africa and is determined for his side to buck the trend by beating the Wallabies in Cardiff on Saturday.
Their record against the 'big three' makes for painful reading since they beat Australia at the 1987 World Cup - Played 58, Won three, Drawn one, Lost 54 - a woeful success rate of just over five per cent.
Their rare wins came at the opening of the Millennium Stadium against the Springboks in 1999 and twice against the Wallabies in 2005 and 2008.
24-year-old Warburton said their failure to match the game's leading teams is something which bothers him.
"It frustrates me," he told the Western Telegraph.
"Scotland have beaten Australia, they've done well against South Africa. It is doable and that's what really frustrates me.
"It think it is getting to the stage now where, you know, like it's 'enough is enough' and we have got to beat them."
"I've only been involved for three or four years and it's already getting on my nerves, this whole southern hemisphere scalp.
"I don't know how the players feel and people like Ryan (Jones) and Mike (Phillips) who have been around ten years or so.
"I'm definitely feeling like that (frustrated) and I think the rest of the squad feel the same way as well."