Brazil will face Australia in a match in Montpellier, southern France, in the third round of the Women’s World Cup.
Brazil and Australia play at 16:00 GMT, while South Africa face China at Park de Prince Stadium in Paris, at 19:00 GMT.
The women’s World Cup, hosted by France, started on June 7 and runs until July 7.
Brazil’s women’s coach, Osvaldo Alvarez Vadão, has revealed that star striker Marta, 33, is ready to play for Australia.
Marta, the 2018 World Player of the Year, missed Brazil’s first match against Jamaica because of injury during the preparations for the tournament.
Brazil crushed Jamaica 3-0 in the match on Sunday and the three goals were scored by Christian de Souza.
South Africa defeated Spain 3-1 in a match played on Saturday.
Germany and France came close to the semi-final, with Germany on Wednesday winning Spain 1-0, while hosts France beat Norway 2-0.