Venue : Istora Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta-INA Total prize-money : US$800,000 Tournament website : http://www.djarumbadminton.com/indonesia-open/ Jakarta time : http://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wt...ma=Find%20Time BWF World Super Series link : http://bwfworldsuperseries.com/tourn...pen-2015/?uc=1 LIVE Streaming : http://livestreaming.djarumbadminton.com/ BWF Youtube streaming : https://www.youtube.com/user/bwf FINAL ORDER OF PLAY (01.00pm local time) => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...625781-4100-42A2-AEB9-212D44C17A08&d=20150607 The unusual circumstance for badminton powerhouse China, they have no representative in singles category for today's final and must rely to doubles discipline to gain top honour, 1 XD title has been secured and possibly to grab more title in WD or MD. Host INA always dependable XD and MD pairs, Ahmad/Natsir and Ahsan/Setiawan were ousted yesterday, Maheswari/Polii is the last hope to seek glory at homesoil Premier. Japan will be represented by two singles players, MS and WS for today's final. XD, Zhang Nan/Zhao Yunlei (CHN) v Xu Chen/Ma Jin (CHN) Head-to-Head stats : 19-2 It's going to final scenario when top and second seed is facing each other, the unstoppable Zhang/Zhao is clear favourite to retain 2011 and 2013 title unless last year beaten finalist Xu C/Ma J will perform something extradordinary to overcome their illustrious teammates. Both of these pairs dumped another strong XD combination yesterday, home favourite Ahmad/Natsir and defending champion Fischer/Pedersen. WS, Yui Hashimoto (JPN) v Ratchanok Intanon (THA) H-2-H : 1-2 The world #35 and 25 y.o. Hashimoto steals the limelight here as she defeated two big players en route to her first ever Super Series final, Carolina Marin (R/32) and Wang Yihan (semifinal), all in rubber games. In contrary former world champion Intanon has pretty comfortable run, finished off her four previous matches by straight-sets winning including world #7 Wang Shixian yesterday. The Thai prodigy is favour to crown WS title but never give up Japanese may produce big upset once again. MS, Kento Momota (JPN) v Jan O Jorgensen (DEN) H-2-H : 1-3 The Danish #1 once again has Japanese opponent here after Kenichi Tago last year and Jorgensen has slight advantage to defend his title to redeem his final defeat in All England last March. Second final SS for talented Momota after Singapore Open, a bright future to this young man who will turn 21 years old in next September, he has been mature in mental strength that he showed yesterday against Kashyap, in the brink of losing he still fought till the end. WD, Tang Jinhua/Tian Qing (CHN) v Nitya Krishinda Maheswari/Greysia Polii (INA) H-2-H : 1-0 It's really tough to beat three Chinese pairs in a row but nothing impossible to do this feat. With full house supporter, the Indonesia pair is expected to deliver the only title for host but China WD as usual have powerful skill and stamina. Tang/Tian defetead them last week in Sydney and revenge in the air for Maheswari/Polii. MD, Ko Sung Hyun/Shin Baek Cheol (KOR) v Fu Haifeng/Zhang Nan (CHN) H-2-H : 0-1 Third SS final for Fu/Zhang in this year after All England and Singapore Open and today they will up against none but reigning World Champion Ko SH/Shin BC. Equivalent in terms of skill and ability for both pairs and this final duel should be close contest, let's see whether the Korean will score triumphant again after sensational victory in Copenhagen.