Defending champions Russia and hosts Sweden will meet in the final of the Bandy World Championship after both countries came through their last-four encounters in Vänersborg today.
The match, scheduled to take place tomorrow, will be a repeat of the 2018 gold medal match when Russia beat Sweden 5-4.
The two teams met in the opening game of this year's competition with Sweden defeating Russia 6-4 in Group A.
Russia were the first team to reach the final, overcoming Finland 6-2.
Evgeny Dergaev scored two for the holders with Maxim Vasilenko, Almaz Mirazov, Maxim Ishkeldin and Artem Bondarenko notching one apiece.
Finland had taken the lead through Markus Kumpuoja after eight minutes.
Their second goal, which came courtesy of Jimi Heinonen, had made it 2-2 in the 37th minute before Russia pulled away.
Later in the day, Sweden thrashed Kazakhstan 20-1 to book their spot in the final.
Finland and Kazakhstan are scheduled to contest the third-place playoff tomorrow, prior to the gold medal match.
Today's action also saw Norway beat the United States 9-3 in the fifth-place play-off and Germany defeat The Netherlands 12-6 in the seventh-place play-off.