In the Uber Cup, defending champions South Korea and hosts China were placed in different halves of the draw, to keep alive the possibility of a repeat final at the weekend , a match the home fans (left), surely want to see.
China will take on Malaysia in the quarter-finals. Malaysia will be without world No. 1 Lee Chong Wei, who suffered an ankle injury in the match against Denmark. The winners will face either Indonesia or Japan for a place in the semi-final.
In the bottom half of the draw, three European teams – Denmark, Russia and Germany – will have South Korea for company. None of the quartet have ever won the Thomas Cup.
Denmark, who edged Malaysia 3-2 earlier Tuesday, face Russia with Germany taking on South Korea, 24 hours after losing 3-2 to the same opponents in a Group D match.
In the Uber Cup, red-hot favourites China will take on Germany with Thailand facing Denmark in the top half of the draw.
Defending champions South Korea will meet Taipei in the quarter-finals while former champions Indonesia and Japan do battle in another tie.
Taipei, who suffered a narrow 3-2 loss against Holland on the opening day of the competition, booked their spot in the last eight after beating Thailand by the same margin in a Group B match.
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Thomas Cup: China vs Malaysia; Japan vs Indonesia; Denmark vs Russia; South Korea vs Germany
Uber Cup: China vs Germany; Thailand vs Denmark; South Korea vs Taipei; Indonesia vs Japan.