The Rugby World Cup reaches the knockout stages and the hosts plan to continue their winning streak against Samoa tomorrow morning.
The Kangaroos flew through their group with three wins out of three.
Samoa hasn’t won a game yet, and they reached this stage after a tense draw with Scotland.
This is the third time these two sides have met – Australia won 66-10 at the 2000 World Cup and 44-18 in the 2014 Four Nations.
What time is kick-off?
The first quarter-final is on Friday 17th November and kick-off is at 9:30am (UK).
How can I watch it?
You can watch it live on Premier Sports – coverage starts at 9am. You can also find a match analysis on our website later in the day.
Australia squad: Billy Slater, Dane Gagai, Will Chambers, Josh Dugan, Valentine Holmes, Michael Morgan, Cooper Cronk, Aaron Woods, Cameron Smith, David Klemmer, Boyd Cordner, Matt Gillett, Josh McGuire
Interchange: Wade Graham, Jordan McLean, Reagan Cambell-Gillard, Tyson Frizell
Reserves: Felise Kaufusi, Cameron Munster, James Maloney, Ben Hunt
Samoa squad: Young Tonumaipea, Matthew Wright, Ricky Leutele, Joseph Leilua, Timoteo Lafai, Jarome Luai, Ben Roberts, Junior Paulo, Jazz Tevaga, Herman Essese, Joshua Papalii, Frank Pritchard, Leeson Ah Mau, Fa’amanu Brown, Bunty Afoa, Suaia Matagi, Joseph Paulo, Zane Musgrove, Frank Winterstein, Pita Godinet, Ken Maumalo
Who do you think will win? My money is on Australia!