It's the final day's play of the group stages at the CIB PSA World Tour Finals, as the race for qualification comes to a close at the Mall of Arabia in Cairo.
So far, Nour El Sherbini is the only woman to have confirmed her place in the semi-finals, thanks to winning her opening two group matches 2-0 in Group A. In the men's draw, both Ali Farag and Marwan ElShorbagy confirmed their places in the semi-finals last night.
World No.1 Nouran Gohar takes on New Zealand's Joelle King in the first match of the evening, with the winner of that battle progressing through to the semi-finals. Both players have beaten England's Sarah-Jane Perry in Group A, but have fallen victim to El Sherbini, who is already through to the last four.
They are followed on court by another straight shootout between Karim Abdel Gawad and Simon Rösner. The German kept his hopes of qualifying alive with a win over Peru's Diego Elias, while Gawad beat Farag. Both Farag and Elias have already played their three matches in Group A, with the former through to the semi-finals.
Hania El Hammamy just needs to avoid a 2-0 defeat to Nour El Tayeb in their match in order to progress at her maiden World Tour Finals, while El Tayeb needs to win and hope France's Camille Serme loses against Amanda Sobhy in order to qualify.
Marwan ElShorbagy and Tarek Momen face each other in the penultimate men's match, however, there is nothing but pride to play for with ElShorbagy already through to the semi-finals, while Momen cannot qualify following losses to Joel Makin and Paul Coll.
Makin and Coll face off in the last match of the day with the winner progressing to the last four.
The winner of Gawad v Rösner will qualify in the men's Group A
The winner of Coll v Makin will qualify in the men's Group B
The winner of Gohar v King will qualify in the women's Group A
El Hammamy needs to avoid a 2-0 defeat in order to qualify in the women's Group B
El Tayeb must win 2-0 for the Egyptian to qualify or win 2-1 and Serme loses her match against Amanda Sobhy
Serme just needs to win to confirm her place in the semi-finals
Order Of Play
You can catch all the action live from the Mall of Arabia from 18:00 local time (GMT+2) on SQUASHTV (Rest of World), Eurosport Player (Europe only), and the official Facebook page of the PSA World Tour (excluding Europe, Japan and the Caribbean).
You can also keep up with the live scores from the event here.