The CommBank Pararoos play India in their last group stage game today - Thursday, 9 November - with a place in the final on the line.
Read a preview of today’s two men’s games below.
Japan v Thailand
This is a crucial match in the context of the tournament. If Thailand manage to win, they will be in second place, ahead of the CommBank Pararoos on goal difference before Australia takes on India in the afternoon.
If the game ends in a draw, Thailand will be hoping India can take points off Australia to keep them in second place. A Japan win will leave the Japanese hoping the same of India.
On paper, this is a very close match - Thailand is ranked world no13, and Japan world no14. Every team at the tournament will be eagerly watching the outcome to see who will put themselves in the best position to take on Iran in the final on Saturday.
India v Australia
Kai Lammert's CommBank Pararoos will be keenly watching the earlier game to determine what result they need to finish second and secure a place in the final on Saturday against Iran.
It may come down to goal difference against India, who are yet to secure a point in their first ever IFCPF tournament.
However, it won't necessarily be straightforward. India showed their improvement against Iran, only losing 6-0 against the world no3. They did so by sitting in a deep block and showing some very tidy defensive acumen.
With the form of players like Connor Bunce and Kaylan van Heer, Australia will back themselves to get the job done.