The World Curling Federation (WCF) has revealed the schedule for next month's World Wheelchair-B Curling Championship.
The B-Championship will take place between November 4 and 10 in Lohja, Finland, also the host of last year’s event.
Sixteen teams will take part in the tournament.
Group A consists of England, Israel, Italy, Scotland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Sweden and Turkey.
Meanwhile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Japan, Latvia, Poland and Chinese Taipei will contest Group B.
Round-robin play will run from November 4 to 9, with qualification games held later on November 9.
The semi-finals and the medal games will then bring the competition to a close on November 10.
Last year, Norway and South Korea qualified for the 2016 World Championship after taking gold and silver, respectively, in the B-Championship.
Norway then went on to win the silver medal at this year’s World Championship in Lucerne, Switzerland, while Finland’s last-place saw them relegated down to the B-Pool.
Russia successfully retained their World Wheelchair Curling Championships title this year after defeating Norway 7-4 in the gold medal match at the Eizentrun Luzern in Lucerne.
Following their defeats in the semi-finals, South Korea met Switzerland in what proved to be a tightly contested bronze medal clash.
The South Korean team came from 5-2 down to earn a 6-5 win.