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Final showdown promises to be a classic as two of the game’s strongest nations put in clinical displays in semi-final victories.

Heavyweights Australia and the USA will meet in the Paralympic Games gold medal match after winning their semi-final clashes on Saturday (17 September).

The USA was the first team into Sunday’s final with an impressive 60-55 victory against arch rivals Canada, while defending champions Australia joined them later in the afternoon with an equally clinical effort against Japan, which saw them win 63-57.

After being on the losing end of this match-up at London 2012, USA’s Chuck Aoki was very pleased to reverse the result this time around.

“Canada is a phenomenal team and they made us work for every single point we got,” Aoki said.

“We’ve been waiting for this rematch four for years and we got to it and won in, now we must finish the job.

“We kept really good pressure for the entire four quarters and our depth played a big part in that because we could roll guys out for two or minutes and bring some fresh guys back in.”

Looking forward to Sunday’s final showdown with Australia, Aoki admitted it could go either way.

“We’ll try to correct a couple of things, but besides that we need to rest up physically because we know what we need to do to win,” he said.

“So far it’s been incredible. The Carioca has been wonderful and sold out crowds is the way we want to play rugby to showcase our amazing sport to the entire world.”

Canada’s Miranda Biletski said the team knew they were in for a tough encounter, but were disappointed not to come out on top. They will face Japan in Sunday’s bronze-medal match.

“We’ve had amazing games with the US in the last few especially, especially knocking them out at Worlds and London,” Biletski said.

“They didn’t want the three-peat so they came in hungry and played us really well.

“It was a completely new ball game; you can’t count what you’ve done in the past because the teams are so well prepared and there is no drop-off which makes every game so tight and amazing.

“We came here wanting to win a gold medal and said we would be disappointed with anything but gold so there is a little bit of disappointment.

“We’ve got another tomorrow and we don’t want to go home without a medal.”