Wales have had a more or less a dream start to their Rugby World Cup campaign in Japan.
So what lies ahead of them?
The Six Nations Grand Slam champions will take on Pool D rivals Australia next. TEAM: AUSTRALIA WHEN? 29 SEPTEMBER TIME: 08:45 BST WHERE? TOKYO
This is tipped to be the Pool D top-spot decider.
Back in November, Wales took on Australia and ended a run of 13 straight defeats going back to 2008.
Warren Gatland said the contest is set to be a "massive game" for the Welsh side.
Next up after Australia is Fiji.
TEAM: FijiWHEN? 9th OctoberTIME: 10:45 BST WHERE? Oita
Wales' record against Fiji favours Warren Gatland's side.
They have played 11, won 9, drawn one and lost one.
Team: UruguayWhen? 13th October Time: 09:15 BSTWhere? Kumamoto City
If it all goes according to plan Wales' final game of pool D will be against Uruguay. They hope this will then pave the path into the quarter-finals.
THE QUARTER FINALS When?19th or 20th October Time: 08:15 BST Where? Oita Prefecture
The top two sides from Pool D will compete against their counterparts from Group C.
They have a choice of England, France, Argentina, USA and Tonga.
Each pool winner faces the runner-up from the opposing pool.
THE SEMI-FINALSWhen? 26th or 27th OctoberTime: 09:00 BST Where? Yokohama City
This is familiar territory for Wales having reached this stage of the tournament twice before.
Back in 2011, they lost narrowly to France by a point. A match many Welsh fans wish to forget after captain Sam Warburton was sent off for a tip tackle.
They hope this time their team will advance to the final.
FINAL When? 2nd November Time: 09:00 GMT Where? Yokohama City
This is Wales' ninth World Cup campaign.
But it's important to point out their route to Japan hasn't been plain sailing.
Warren Gatland's side are without fly-half Gareth Anscombe and first-choice number eight Talupe Flatetau through injuries.
Scarlets backs coach Stephen Jones has since flown in and taken over the reins.
If Wales do make it to the final it will not only be a huge accomplishment for a side that has had to deal with set backs so early on in the tournament, but it will also be Warren Gatland's final competitive fixture in charge of Wales.
What a fitting end it would be to his tenure as Wales' Head coach if he and his side were to lift the Webb Ellis cup.