DRESDEN (AFP) - Host city Dresden are hoping to discover on Wednesday the reason for the 10 minute-long power failure at the Rudolf-Harbig Stadium with the ground still to host a quarter-final at the Women's World Cup. The stadium, the home of local team Dynamo Dresden, will host Sunday's last eight match, possibly between potential Group D winners Brazil and either Sweden. The hosts were left red-faced on Tuesday night when a power-cut in the city caused problems with the stadium's back-up generator, temporarily halting the Group A match between Nigeria and Canada before the Africans sealed a 1-0 win. Play was suspended for 10 minutes before the floodlights were powerful enough to allow the match to resume. The Nigerians reacted quickest and scored the winner shortly after the restart. With Sunday's quarter-final due to kick off at 1730 local time (1630 BST), the floodlights would only possibly be used again towards the end of the game. Stadium spokesman Winfried Nass said there will be an inquiry into the problem. "There was a breakdown of no more than a second at a power station in Dresden, it caused a problem with our back-up generator, which failed, and at the moment, we don't know why," said Nass. We will get the results to find out the real reason on Wednesday. "The stadium's security was never in question, but we have to find out exactly where the problem was and we hope to fix it quickly.