Canada are favourites coming into this Gold Medal game but the Finns cannot be underestimated after they stunned Russia on Saturday and are the only team to have beaten Canada so far in the tournament.
Bronze Medal matches can often be unpredictable as so much depends on the mindset of the two teams and how they approach the game. Russia will be seething and frustrated after failing to score against Finland and losing 1-0 despite having so much quality at their disposal.
Pakistan are seriously struggling for self-belief coming into this game having lost their last 11 completed matches and they will be taking this match extremely seriously. They desperately need a win to take some confidence into the World Cup in their final warm-up match but Bangladesh will be no pushovers.
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Canterbury produced a superb comeback to defeat Gold Coast last week for just their third win of the year. They now host a Melbourne side who needed a late try to beat Wests Tigers and will be looking for an improved performance after a relatively poor effort against the Tigers.
St. Helens again struggled to find the attacking fluency that has served them well so far this season as they blew a good start before hitting back to beat Salford. They face Castleford here who will be looking to build on last week's win over Leeds but Saints should have too much.
St. George desperately need Corey Norman back in their side with the Dragons losing their last four matches. They face a Cronulla side who have suffered with injuries all year but could have Matt Moylan back here which will make a big difference to their attacking options.
This game has turned into a huge four-pointer at the bottom of the table with London full of confidence after a great win over Wakefield last week. Compare that to Leeds who looked abject in their loss to Castleford and their lack of self-belief could open the door for the Broncos.
Salford will be out for revenge as they face a Hull KR side that knocked them out of the Challenge Cup recently. The Red Devils almost became the first team to beat league leaders St. Helens on home soil last week but that kind of performance should earn them the win here.
There have been contrasting preparations for these two sides as India’s squad have been in full throttle playing in the IPL while New Zealand’s players have played very little in recent months.
Hull FC gave their top 5 hopes a huge shot in the arm as they beat second-placed Warrington despite having to field a makeshift side. They head to Anfield with six wins from their last eight matches in all competitions and despite Huddersfield's solid win over Hull KR, FC can win again.
SJ Earthquakes have won two of their last three games but they have yet to pick up three points on the road this season. In Wondolowski though, they have a confident striker after his four-goal haul last time out and he will be in the mood to take advantage of this out-of-form Toronto side.
Goals could be sparse in this contest between two Western Conference rivals. Minnesota United's last five MLS matches have featured fewer than 2.5 goals, as have three of Houston Dynamo's last five outings in the league, so that is a likely scenario in this encounter.
Columbus Crew have failed to find the net in four of their last six matches but should improve that record against the Rapids who, despite finally picking up a win last out, remain a defensively suspect team. They often score even in defeat though, so a high-scoring win for Columbus Crew is a distinct possibility.