Asia-Pacific and Japan are set to face off in the Little League World Series International Championship match on Saturday afternoon for a shot at making the Little World Series finals.
The teams, Tokyo Kitasuna of Japan and Seoul of Mexico, will play at 12:30 p.m. EDT in Howard J. Lamade Stadium, Pennsylvania.
The game will be broadcast on ABC, and live streaming is available via Watch ABC.
The winner of the International bracket match will face the winner of the United States bracket in the World Series Championship on Sunday, August 24.
Which ever team wins that World Series Championship will be crowned the champions of the Little League World Series.
Seoul have a perfect record in the series at 3-0.
Tokyo Kitasuna have a 2-1 record.
Earlier in the series, Seoul beat Tokyo Kitasuna 4-2.
On the United States side, West’s Mountain Ridge will face Mid-Atlantic’s Taney Youth Baseball Association to determine the U.S. Championship.
Mountain Ridge are still unbeaten in the competition, while Taney Youth Baseball Association have a 2-2 record.
A team outside California, Hawaii, and Georgia in the U.S. hasn’t won the tournament since 2002.
Tokyo Kitasuna won the tournament in 2012, and also won back in 2001.
Musashi Fuchu of Japan won the 2013 tournament over Chula Vista of California.
The United States last won the tournament when Huntington Beach of California took the title in 2011.