Japan have 14 points, Ireland are second on 11 while Scotland are in third on 10 points. A win for Japan would see them top the group with Ireland second. However, should Scotland win, and Ireland fail to secure a bonus point, it has the potential to get very messy indeed. A win for Scotland with a bonus point would see Ireland top the group with Scotland in second. But if Japan manage to pick up a losing bonus point, then all three teams finish on 15 points.
All the fixtures, match reports, highlights videos and talking points from the second and final day of the Downer Rugby League World Cup 9s from Bankwest Stadium.
After a weight of possession, New Zealand crossed first when Reimis Smith athletically touched down in the corner courtesy of a brilliant bat-on by Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad. Australia briefly hit the front through a converted Moses bonus zone try but Kiwis winger Jamayne Isaako responded straight away with his seventh try of the competition and the ensuing sideline goal.
However, the brilliance of Eels halfback Moses put the Kangaroos ahead at half-time as he burnt the defence to notch another four-pointer on his home turf.
Kyle Feldt powered over for a try in the second stanza, much to the chagrin of many fans who claimed the Cowboys winger committed a double-movement and planted the ball short. But Moses, who finished with 20 points, ensured that debate was moot when he backed up a bulldozing David Fifita bust to reach the bonus zone and secure the coveted trophy.
Match: Australia v New Zealand.