Hosts South Africa booked their place in the Cup semifinals after a 26-12 victory against France to the delight of the Port Elizabeth crowd on Day Two of the World Sevens Series.
The Blitzbokke will face Samoa in the semifinals after the 2009/10 Series champions beat Wales 21-12.
The two Cup winners and from this Series, Fiji and England, meet in a mouthwatering match at 13:28, whilst defending SA Sevens and Series champions New Zealand face Australia at 13:50.
Peter Tiberio scored twice in the first match of day two as USA beat Zimbabwe 26-0 to reach the Bowl semifinals where they will play Canada. Argentina also booked their place in the Bowl semis after beating Portugal and will play Scotland.
Terry Bouhraoua became the first player to score against South Africa this weekend, but it wasn't enough to stop the hosts from reaching the Cup semifinals.
Cecil Afrika struck twice for Paul Treu's side in a 26-12 victory, reversing the defeat they suffered at the hands of France in last week's Cup quarterfinals.
Samoa were the first side to book their place in the Cup semifinals after a victory against reigning RWC Sevens champions Wales. Uale Mai, Levi Asifa'amatala and Tom Iosefo all scored for the 2009/10 Series champions.
Fiji and England meet in the third Cup quarterfinal, in a repeat of last weekend's Cup semifinal in Dubai.
These two sides have won the two Cups on offer so far, in Australia and Dubai, and are currently sat first and second in the standings.
Defending champions New Zealand play Australia in the final Cup quarterfinal. In Dubai, Australia recorded only their seventh victory against New Zealand in 44 meetings, in the Plate semifinals.
tbc - 19.40
tbc - 19.08
Samoa v South Africa - 16.59
tbc v tbc - 17.21
Samoa 21-12 Wales
South Africa 26-12 France
Fiji v England
New Zealand v Australia
Reigning RWC Sevens champions Wales entered the Plate competition after their defeat to Samoa and will play France in the semifinals.
tbc - 18.43
Wales v France - 16.15
tbc v tbc - 16.37
USA progressed to the Bowl semifinals after beating Zimbabwe for the second week running in the Bowl quarterfinals.
Peter Tiberio scored the first try of the day before Mark Bokhoven and Tiberio and Zach Test sealed a 26-0 win for Al Caravelli's side.
Canada will play USA after Sean Duke, Harry Jones and Conor McCann helped Geraint John's side to a 21-0 win against Morocco.
Argentina also booked their place in the semi-inals after a 28-12 victory against Portugal, ensuring Los Pumas are still yet to taste defeat to the European side in 17 matches.
Scotland completed the Bowl quarterfinals with a 26-7 victory against Kenya as James Fleming crossed for the day's first hat-trick.
tbc - 18.18
United States v Canada - 15.11
Argentina v Scotland - 15.33
Scotland 26-7 Kenya
Portugal 12-28 Argentina
Canada 21-0 Morocco
United States 26-0 Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe will face Morocco in the first semifinal, whilst Portugal await Kenya after entering the Shield competition having lost their Bowl quarterfinals.
tbc - 17.53
Zimbabwe v Morocco - 14.27
Portugal v Kenya - 14.49
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