Solomon Islands and New Zealand are the only unbeaten teams after two rounds of the Oceania Futsal Championship in Suva, setting up a blockbuster clash between the two sides tonight.
The Kurukuru romped to a 5-1 victory over New Caledonia.
George Stevenson opened the scoring inside three minutes as the four time defending champions
found the back of the net four times in the opening half.
New Zealand's title credentials passed a major test as they held their nerve to beat 2011 runners-up Tahiti 3-2.
The Futsal Whites were 2-0 up inside seven minutes, courtesy of Kareem Osman and Stephen Ashby-Peckham.
Tahiti enjoyed 60 per cent of possession but struggled to convert opportunities until a deflection gifted them an own goal just before the half hour mark.
Dylan Manickum struck back only two minutes later as the French Polynesian side's attempts at an equaliser saw them caught without a goalkeeper.
Heimana Faarahia did manage a second for the Francophones but they ran out of time.
Meanwhile Vanuatu thrashed Fiji 5-2 to register their first points of the competition.