Three countries have secured their spots in the semi-finals of the Oceania Futsal Nations cup in New Caledonia, each with a game to spare.
Defending champions Solomon Islands, hosts New Caledonia and New Zealand are all through to the semis after registering back to back victories in Noumea.
The second round of the competition on Tuesday was a more close knit affair compared to the scoreline blowouts on Monday.
Defending champions Solomon Islands were pushed to the limit by Tahiti, who held the Kurukuru 2-1 at halftime and always looked threatening despite eventually succumbing 7-2 to the Solomon Islanders.
Also in Group B, Fiji bounced back from their defeat to Tahiti yesterday to beat debutants Tonga 9 - 2.
Over in group A, New Zealand and New Caledonia both registered wins to secure their spots in the semi-finals.
New Zealand beat Vanuatu 8 - 1 and the hosts beat American Samoa 9 - 0.
Today, the pair will play each other for the top spot in group A, while American Samoa and Vanuatu will faceoff.
Both teams will be eager to register their win in the competition.
In group B today, Solomon Islands will play Fiji and Tahiti need to beat Tonga inorder to claim the final semifinal berth.