Toronto Titans are aiming for a place in the International Swimming League (ISL) semi-finals with match nine and 10 scheduled for tomorrow and Tuesday (November 10).
The Toronto Titans are making their debut in the ISL this season and are currently sitting in sixth place on seven points, level with fellow newcomers Tokyo Frog Kings.
With the top eight teams in the standings earning a place in the semi-finals, a good performance in tomorrow's match should see Toronto Titans progress.
They will face Tokyo Frog Kings, defending champions Energy Standard and home team Iron.
"It is definitely a new format for a lot of us and I feel that our whole team has been doing a really good job managing it, stepping up and having some great performances," said Canadian breaststroker Kelsey Wog, who competes for Toronto Titans.
"I have just been doing my best, our whole team is just doing our best.
"The meet is definitely catching up to us as we go along, but we’re going to continue to do our best to recover and get back for the next race."
Match 10 on Tuesday is set to feature Aqua Centurions, Cali Condors, LA Current and London Roar.
Both Cali Condors and London Roar have impressed so far, with the former team top of the standings on 12 points and the latter second on 11.
Competition at the Duna Arena in the Hungarian capital of Budapest has taken place in a COVID-19 secure bubble.
It has also been scheduled over a five-week period, with the semi-finals set to be held from November 14 to 16.
The four-team final is then due to be on November 21 and 22.