KARACHI (Agencies) - Pakistan and India will meet again in a do-or-die hockey match in Banbury (Australia) on Tuesday (today). With Australia already in the final following thumping triumphs against the two former Asian giants, the winners of the Pakistan-India encounter will feature in the title clash against the hosts on Nov. 3 in Perth. Pakistan and India played out a 3-3 draw the last time they met in the double-header an ill-tempered match that was stopped 95 seconds before the final whistle after players from the rival teams got engaged in a free for all. Two of Pakistans key players M Imran and Shafqat Rasool received injuries and were forced to miss Sundays crucial match against Australia. The Aussies, who were leading 3-2 at half time, went on to thrash Pakistan 8-2 in the match. Skipper Abbasi also missed Sundays match because of the suspension. Pakistan will be back to full strength, as Abbasi will return to lead them against India for a match that is virtually a semi-final with the winning team setting a date with Australia in the finale. Shafqat Rasool is set to be back while Imran is also likely to be fielded in the match. Its good that we will have all our players available for tomorrows big match, Khawaja Junaid, the Pakistan manager, told Arab News from Banbury, a small town about 250-km from Perth in Western Australia. We missed three of our key players in the match against Australia but thankfully things will be different against India, said the former Olympian. Junaid was confident that his charges will bounce back after being taught a hockey lesson by the Aussies in their 8-2 victory on Sunday. Australia are the best team in the world while we are ranked eighth at the moment, he said. They capitalized on our weaknesses and blemishes especially in the second half, he added. But its a good learning curve. Such matches help you identify your weaknesses. We have learnt our lessons.