Venue : Malawati Stadium, Shah Alam-MAS Total prize-money : US$550,000 Tournament website : http://badmintonmalaysiaopen.com/ BWF page : http://bwfworldsuperseries.com/tournaments/2338/celcom-axiata-malaysia-open Live-streaming : http://videostream.dn.ua/videopage/videoPage.php?g=c2J2b2JoK2F0Y3ZsbmhZ&c=en&i=eWlhaXVidGd1bA№f№f MAS time : http://www.worldtimezone.com/time/wtzresult.php?CiID=13009&forma=Find Time FINAL ORDER OF PLAY (01.00pm local time) => http://www.tournamentsoftware.com/s...0E6107-082C-4213-9BD3-275899B78F26&d=20160410 CHN has most representatives in last round with three slots, followed by KOR and host MAS with two then INA, THA, TPE have 1 final berth each. Overall, this second Premier event offers many unexpected surprise until semifinal stage. WD, Tang Yuanting/Yu Yang (CHN) v Jung Kyung Eun/Shin Seung Chan (KOR) H-2-H stats : 0-0 / WR : 7 v 6 Tang/Yu had passed the hardest obstacle Matsutomo/Takahashi at quarterfinal after two previous defeats and the victory over current best WD combination certainly delivers morale boost to tackle Matsuo/Naito at semifinal. China domination in this category is little bit shaken early this year when they failed in All England and India Open, it will be good chance for their shuttlers to pick first title in new season at top level tournament against Korean leading pair Jung KE/Shin SC. The world number 6, Jung/Shin overcame Indonesian threat Maheswari/Polii in relatively comfortable fashion. MD, Kim Gi Jung/Kim Sa Rang (KOR) v Chai Biao/Hong Wei (CHN) H-2-H : 3-5 / WR : 8 v 7 It's totally out of prediction that Kim GJ/Kim SR overpowered their more illustrious teammates world number one Lee YD/Yoo YS in quick match. Chai/Hong were forced to play tight contest against Danish giant-killer Conrad/Kolding who stunned defending champion Ahsan/Setiawan earlier. It's equal chance for both finalists as they have similar type of play, fast furious attacking style. MD category have produced new champion in first two Superseries tour this year, Ivanov/Sozonov and Gideon/Sukamuljo but not here. Last time the two Kims tasted glory in China Open last November while Chai/Hong took 2015 edition of IND Open. XD, Chan Peng Soon/Goh Liu Ying (MAS) v Tontowi Ahmad/Liliyana Natsir (INA) H-2-H : 1-6 / WR : 12 v 2 Local pair once again will defy all odds in final as they did in semifinal, a superb action by Chan/Goh to topple China top-ranked pair Zhang N/Zhao YL despite the Malaysian dropped first game. Nothing to lose and home crowd support exactly played the role for their stunning victory over their more fancied opponent. Indonesian best combination, Ahmad/Natsir show consistency and positive performance en route to the final including last two rounds against Adcock/.Adcock and Fischer/Pedersen. But they should be extra wary how to face the high-confidenced Chan/Goh tomorrow. WS, Ratchanok Intanon (THA) v Tai Tzu Ying (TPE) H-2-H : 6-5 / WR : 4 v 9 Former world champion is back to her best, cruising to two finals in a row is true evidence how Intanon keeps her momentum prior to Rio 2016. She scored first ever winning over Wang Yihan, the player whom she never beaten before with poor head to head statistics. Next, she will be tested once again after IND Open quarterfinal last week by another stellar talent Tai TY. The Chinese Taipei displayed her brilliant deceptive shots to outplay Saina Nehwal. Badminton fans will be treated by these two finalists to present fascinating badminton. MS, Chen Long (CHN) v Lee Chong Wei (MAS) H-2-H : 12-11 / WR : 1 v 4 The ideal and most anticipated final of all categories when two high profile names face off to hunt top honour. Lee Chong Wei is doing his routines to enter final and has not yet find strong challenge so far including to outclass two Danish stars, Axelsen and Jorgensen at last eight and semifinal respectively. Chen Long at the other side denied humiliating defeat to the qualifier, Indonesian rookie Jonatan Christie in last four. The aggressive Christie really gave huge pressure to defending champion when he smashed all the way to take first game 21-8. Chen proved his world number one status to stay calm on the verge of losing and turned the tables to nail second game, 21-19. The experience brought him to finale and face his arch-rival, Lee won over Chen in last two meetings, CHN & HKG Open end of last year and is favoured to bag his 11th title Malaysia Open.