East Asian Football Championship
China were held to a 1-1 draw with Japan on Sunday, handing the East Asia Cup title to South Korea in the process.
Host nation China remain in contention to win the sixth edition of the East Asian Cup heading into the final set of fixtures.
South Korea will meet North Korea for the first time in over six years, with both alive in the East Asian Cup title race heading to Sunday.
China recorded their first win of the East Asian Cup on Wednesday, defeating North Korea 2-0 in Wuhan.
South Korea were unable to stretch their winning run to five games as Japan secured a 1-1 draw in the East Asian Cup.
Japan have been challenged to show pride ahead of Wednesday's East Asian Cup clash with South Korea.
Fresh from a shock win over Japan, North Korea will be out to make it two from two at the East Asian Cup.
With Asia's World Cup qualifying campaign underway, South Korea are looking to increase their depth at the East Asian Cup.
Defending East Asian Cup champions Japan kick-off their title defence against North Korea in Wuhan, China on Sunday.
Australia cannot win the East Asian Cup but will be hoping to dent China's chances of doing so when they meet in Seoul on Sunday.