Korea DPR have qualified for the quarter-finals after winning both matches so far, while hosts Papua New Guinea have been eliminated after two losses.
The second spot in last eight will be decided tonight by either one of Brazil or Sweden, which will be the a knockout fixture.
Both sides are equal with three points each on the board, but the South Americans has the upper-hand boasting a superior goal difference after a 9-Nil win against the host nation in their first outing, meaning they will would progress to the quarter final if they draw the game with Sweden.
Fans are in for a treat; this match should be entertaining in the fact that it features the competition’s two most attacking sides.
Brazil has scored a tournament-high 11 goals, while Sweden’s statistic boasted 36 attempts on goal.
All eyes will be on the teams’ most flamboyant forward players.
The Swedes’ lone striker, Stina Blackstenius, who scored four times against Papua New Guinea and will be hopeful of adding to that tally.
While, Brazil will rely on the service of Gabi Nunes and Brena, who each have three goals apiece and bursting running from Geyse to create opportunities upfront.