The CommBank Pararoos face another tough test in their third game, taking on world no14 Japan, as both sides jostle for a place in the top two in the IFCPF Asia Oceania Championships.
Read a preview of today's two men's games below.
India v Iran
The day's matches begin with newcomers India taking on world no3 Iran.
Iran have a perfect tournament record so far, winning all of their three previous games and only conceding one goal (against Australia). India, meanwhile, have conceded 24 goals in their two games.
It will be an historic occasion for India in only their third game in international competition and they will relish the challenge of taking on the professional outfit of Iran.
Keep an eye out for the crowd - a large contingent of fans have followed Iran for every game they have played so far, adding colour, noise and a fantastic atmosphere to their games.
Australia v Japan
This match is a vitally important one in the context of the tournament for the CommBank Pararoos. A first win here will see them reach second on the table behind, level on points with Thailand with one game to go. Anything less would make it very difficult to reach the top two and play in the final on Saturday.
Their opponents, Japan, have had a mixed tournament so far. They were defeated by Iran 3-0, but in their second game, put 14 goals past India. A player to look out for is Tatsuhiro Ura, who scored six goals in that game, all in the second half.
The CommBank Pararoos came out on top last time the teams played in 2017, winning 3-2. Much has changed since then, but one thing will likely stay the same - it will be a close contest in Melbourne.