Thailand v Chinese Taipei , Thailand take on Chinese Taipei on Saturday to determine who will be crowned Asia Rugby Division II champions.
With both sides winning their round-robin matches with India, all that is left is for these two sides to battle it out in Pattaya.
While Chinese Taipei won 44-5, Thailand were made to work a little harder in their 18-12 victory against India.
With seven places separating the two sides in the World Rugby rankings Thailand may well be the underdogs for the match but that does not matter according to their captain.
“We are expecting to win the championship on our home ground. We will do our best to make that happen,” said Vatcharakorn Vorachate.
“We have been preparing for two months for this tournament and we have selected players from across Thailand. This team has a good combination of young players and former experienced players.
“We try our best in every game and try to get better. The meaning of developing is a meaning of wining.”
Rugby in Asia is very much on the up and that is no different in Thailand.
“Rugby in Thailand has been growing a lot for last three years,” added Vorachate
“We have been able to get new players from every area of Thailand and Get Into Rugby has been a great helps in increasing the number of player in our country.
“Rugby has a lot of meaning for me and everyone who plays it. I feel Rugby helps me be a better man for every step of life.
“It teaches us how to work together with team mates, and teaching for living with every person. It teaches us to sacrifice for things that we love and teaches us how to show better sportsmanship on and off the ground. We can learn a lot about life itself from rugby.”