This was confirmed this week after the official draw was held at the OFC Academy in Auckland, New Zealand, giving the quarter final match-ups, the semi-finals and finals.
Team Wellington, who topped Group D in Honiara at the weekend, will welcome Group A runners-up Lae City Dwellers to Wellington. This match is set for April 7.
Solomon Warriors, runners-up in Group B, will again find themselves on the road as they also travel to New Zealand to play reigning champions Auckland City FC.
AS Dragon, who won their group on home soil, will once again enjoy home advantage when they take on Fiji club Lautoka FC, who finished behind Auckland City in Group C.
Finally, Group A winners and the only competition debutants still in action, Nalkutan FC, will play host to Group D runners-up, Marist FC.
The official draw:
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