Australia will meet reigning Paralympic champions the United States for a mouthwatering semi-final in women's wheelchair basketball.
The Aussie Gliders were never in doubt during their Tuesday quarter-final when they accounted for Mexico 62-37, with Games debutante Amber Merritt leading the point scoring.
But the result was not a fait accompli, said the West Australian, just as there are no expectations ahead of Thursday's clash with the Beijing Games gold-medalists.
"We don't have any expectations as we go into a game," Merritt said, after adding 14 points to the team's total.
"From here on in it is just making sure we're doing all the right things to play as hard as we can.
"I think we're doing pretty well and going pretty strong."
The USA outplayed Canada 67-55 in their Tuesday night clash, with the former progressing to the final four.
"We don't want to get too far ahead of ourselves and nothing come of it," Merritt said.
However teammate Clare Nott said if the Gliders make it to the final, Beijing silver medalists Germany are her choice of opposition.
"We have been playing them a lot over the last couple of years and we feel we know them inside out," she said.
Australia took home a bronze medal from the 2008 Beijing Games.
The Netherlands will face Germany in the other semi-final on Thursday after beating China and Britain respectively on Tuesday.