KARACHI Favourite Belgium and host challengers Argentina, with equal ten points from four outings and Ireland with seven, will fight for places in the final of the third World Hockey Cup qualifier in Quilmos (Argentina) when they play their last match of the six team league on Saturday. Belgium, the highest ranked team at 9th in the competition, have better chances of taking one of the two berths in the final because they would be playing lowly ranked USA (19) in the last league match. A draw would be enough for the Belgians to assure a final spot. However, both Argentina (14) and Ireland (18) have to slug it out for the second berth in the final when they face each other on Saturday. A draw would help Argentina but loss would tie the two teams on points table and the fate would then be decided on goal difference. Argentina currently have plus ten goal difference from 16-6 and Ireland have five plus from 12-7 record. On Saturday, the Czech Republic will meet Chile, Belgium meet USA and Ireland Argentina on the last day of the league. The final will be played on Sunday and the winner will reach the title round of the Hero Honda world hockey cup in New Delhi coming February. Pakistan and New Zealand have already reached the final round after winning first and second WC qualifiers played at Lille (France) and New Zealand respectively. The three teams from the qualifiers will join nine teams that have already won placed in the final round. Hero Honda FIH World Cup 2010 will be played at the Indian capital from February 28 to March 13. Nine teams that have already been given places since the final round are: India (Host), Canada (Champion of the 3rd Mens Pan American Cup), Korea (Champion of the 8th Mens Asia Cup), South Africa (Champion of the Africa Cup of Nations, 2009), Australia (Champion of the 6th Mens Oceania Cup), England (Champion of the 12th Mens Euro Hockey Nations Championship), Germany (Silver medallist of the 12th Mens Euro Hockey Nations Championship), Netherlands (Bronze medallist of the 12th Mens Euro Hockey Nations Championship), Spain (Fourth ranked team of the 12th Mens Euro Hockey Nations Championship), Pakistan (Winner of the Mens World Cup Qualification Tournament - No 1), New Zealand (Winner of the Mens World Cup Qualification Tournament - No 2). In the meantime, Hockey Australia has completed all the arrangements to host elite six nations Champions Trophy November 28 to December 6 at State Netball Hockey Centre at Parkville, Melbourne. Coach Ric Charlesworth of the defending champion Australian team has picked his team for the competition. The team is: Goalkeepers: George Bazeley and Nathan Burgers. Graeme Begbie, Luke Doerner, Matthew Swann, Matthew Butturini, Brent Dancer, Mark Knowles, Brent Livermore, Liam De Young, Fergus Kavanagh, Jamie Dwyer, Eddie Ockenden, Simon Orchard, Rob Hammond, Des Abbott, Grant Schubert, Glenn Turner. The Netherlands have already named their team and the Koreans are already in Australia where they will play warm up games before the championships. The nine-day tournament would see the top six internationally ranked mens hockey teams battle it out for the prestigious Trophy and world ranking points. Teams competing include Germany, Spain, England, Korea, Netherlands and Australia. More than 25,000 hockey fans from Europe, Asia and Australia to come out in force for this showdown of the worlds best mens hockey teams, and the tickets for the event are selling like hot cakes, with more than 12,500 passes already snapped up and more than half of tickets sold are to both interstate and international fans, a spokesman man for the competition was quoted as saying.