Reigning Paralympic champions Greece will return to the scene of their BC3 pairs boccia gold medal triumph at London 2012 when they take on Great Britain as part of National Paralympic Day at the Queen Elizabeth Park in London on August 30.
The match will also be a repeat of the semi-final from last year's European Championships in Guimaraes, which saw the Greeks defeat Britain before losing out to hosts Portugal in the gold medal match.
Britain overcame Belgium to claim European bronze and the trio of Jacob Thomas, Scott McCowan and Patrick Wilson will be competing again and looking for revenge over a Greece who have Paralympic champion Grigorios Polychronidis among their line-up.
Both sides will be using the event to fine tune preparations for next month's World Championships in Beijing, China which take place from September 19 to 28.
"It's really exciting to showcase boccia at National Paralympic Day and I'm really looking forward to the event," said Thomas.
"It should be a tough match, but hopefully the home crowd will get behind us and we'll get the result we've been training for."
The boccia match is part of a number of elite sports events taking place at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park that also includes wheelchair basketball, swimming and goalball.
Britain's women's wheelchair basketball team are set to take on London 2012 bronze medallists The Netherlands, while the women's goalball side take on Belgium in the Copper Box Arena.
"I have fantastic memories of competing in the Copper Box Arena at London 2012 and two years on I can't wait to go back and compete there as part of the celebrations for National Paralympic Day," said Anna Tipton, who is joined on the British goalball team by Georgie Bullen, Laura Perry, Shamaila Kauser, Sarah Leiter and Andrea Logan.
This is the second year of National Paralympic Day, which was launched by the British Paralympic Association in a bid to capitalise on the success of London 2012 and increase participation in and awareness of disability sport.
As well as the chance to see athletes in competition, visitors to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will also experience The Liberty Festival showcasing the finest talent in disability sport and arts.
On the same day, activities and events will also be happening in Glasgow, Birmingham and Liverpool.
Across all four cities fans will get the chance to meet and greet athletes and try out Paralympic sports.
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