With less than 48 hours to go until the fourth match of this year’s Asia Rugby Championship Top 3, both sides have been named.
In Korea’s second successive home match they face Malaysia who are on their travels for the first time after losing both of their home matches.
The first meeting between these sides ended 35-10 to Korea on the opening weekend, and you can watch this game live on Asia Rugby’s Facebook page.
For hosts Korea, head coach Choi Chanryul makes seven changes to the side that lost to Hong Kong 30-21 with five changes in the forwards.
In the backs inside centre Seong Min Jang replaces Nam Uk Kim while Ki Cheol Shin replaces Myung Jun Lee at scrum-half.
Malaysia head coach Lee Nyuk Fah makes four changes to the side that lost to Hong Kong.
Full-back Muhamad Amirul Aqil Kamsol returns at full-back after missing that match through injury, with Samuela Tamanisau moving to outside centre. Vatimio Rabebe moves to inside centre in place of Terence Gavidi.
Aliff Sazrie Azmi comes in at fly-half in place of captain Mohd Syahir Asraf Rosli with wing Azmir Zanul Abdin taking the captain’s armband.
In the forwards Muhammad Danial Noor Hamidi plays in the second row and Lawrence Petrus starts at loose head prop.
Korea XV for Korea v Malaysia
- Jae Bok Lee, 14. Jeong Min Jang, 13. Jinhyeok Kim, 12. Seong Min Jang, 11. Jin Gu Kang, 10. Youn Hyung Oh, 9. Ki Cheol Shin 8. Yong Seung Lee (captain), 7. Injo Hwang, 6. Sung Kun Cha, 5. Seok Hwan Jang, 4. Ho Bum Kim, 3. Jong Yeol Park, 2. Ji Hoon You, 1. Kwanyoung Na
Malaysia XV for Korea v Malaysia
- Muhamad Amirul Aqil Kamsol, 14. Mohamad Aiman Jamaluddin, 13. Vatimio Rabebe, 12. Terence Gavidi, 11. Mohd Azmir Zanul Abdin (captain), 10. Aliff Sazrie Azmi, 9. Muhd Nur Ikqwan Nordin, 8. Etonia Vaqa Saukuru, 7. Syarif Nurhidayat Muzhaimey, 6. Timoci Vunimoku, 5. Sae Faalupega, 4. Muhammad Danial Noor Hamidi, 3. Mohd Aliff Al Hafiz Abdul Kari, 2. Amirul Mukminim Amizan, 1. Lawrence Petrus