A dramatic last day is in store as Great Britain and Hungary go head-to-head in a winner-takes-all encounter in the final game at the Olympic Qualifiers at the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham (6pm).
The winners will advance to final qualifying in August for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.
GB thrashed Estonia 7-1 last night with Brett Perlini and Scott Conway scoring twice, while Hungary beat Romania 3-2 after overtime.
The two sides have met eight times since 2008 with Hungary having the advantage, winning five games to GB’s three.
However, their most recent World Championship meeting saw GB memorably book their place in the top flight of world ice hockey as they came from 2-0 down to win on penalty shots, with the famous Robert Farmer goal with 15 seconds remaining.
2018 WC Div 1A in Budapest, Hungary PS W 3-2 Dowd, Farmer
2013 WC Div 1A in Budapest, Hungary L 2-4 D. Phillips, Shields
2012 WC Div 1B in Ljubljana, Slovenia W 5-4 Dowd 2, J. Phillips, Fussey, Clarke
2010 WC Div 1B in Ljubljana, Slovenia L 0-2
2007 WC Div 1B in Ljubljana, Slovenia L 2-4 Watkins. J. Phillips
2006 WC Div 1A in Amiens, France L 3-4 Myers, J. Phillips, Shields
2005 WC Div 1A in Debrecen, Hungary W 3-0 Weaver, Jamieson, Tait (Murphy 50-shot shutout)
2004 WC Div 1A In Oslo, Norway L 3-5 Ward, Clarke, Thornton
There are two games this afternoon with GB against Hungary being preceded by Romania versus Estonia. Individual game and day tickets are available. Click here to buy tickets.
There’s live coverage on GB against Hungary on FreeSports and the FreeSports app with Aaron Murphy and Paul Adey.