Saudi Arabia have now won two games from two at the Asian Men's Handball Championship ©Getty Images

Saudi Arabia continued their winning ways in their home Asian Men's Handball Championship with a convincing 30-13 victory over Australia at the Ministry of Sports Hall in Dammam.

Boris Denič's side have now won two games from two following yesterday's 54-30 win against India.

They remain in pole position in Group B with a goal difference advantage of six over Iran who also have four points after recording their second win of the tournament, 42-29, at the Prince Nayef Sports City Hall in Qatif.

Tomorrow will see a top of the table decider in Dammam.

Saudi Arabia have looked much better than in previous tournaments where their best finish was 19th place in 2003 and 2013.

In Group A, nine-time champions South Korea pulled off a narrow 27-24 triumph against Jordan but sit below Kuwait, who they play tomorrow, in the table.

The 2020 hosts Kuwait smashed Singapore 43-14 as they became the highest-scoring team in the tournament with 85 goals.

Qatar looked good value to secure their fifth consecutive title as they claimed a routine 37-22 win against Iraq and took sole ownership of first place.

Elsewhere in Group C, the United Arab Emirates came from behind to beat Oman 24-23 in a nail-biting affair.

The result avenges their narrow 32-31 loss yesterday.

In Group D, Bahrain downed Uzbekistan 35-19 in Dammam as they look to win their maiden gold medal at the event, despite four appearances in the final.

Earlier on Hong Kong beat Vietnam 31-27 to pick up their first win.

Vietnam were a late addition to the tournament as they were drafted in to replace Japan.

The Japanese were forced to withdraw following a COVID-19 outbreak within their squad.

The action continues tomorrow in Saudi Arabia with the final fixtures in each group scheduled to take place.