Scotland's Alex Marshall and Paul Foster have reached the World Indoor Bowls pairs final and will hope to win their fourth title on Monday.
They came through a tough battle against compatriots Jonathan Ross and Wayne Hogg, winning 7-7 8-6 with the last bowl of the match.
Defending champions Nick Brett and Greg Harlow lost in the other semi-final.
They were beaten by fellow Englishmen Simon Skelton and Robert Paxton 10-5 12-4 at Potters Resort in Norfolk.
Meanwhile, Scotland's Stewart Anderson edged past compatriot Colin Walker 6-9 12-5 2-1 in the first round of the singles.
The 2013 world champion next faces ninth seed Harlow, who defeated English qualifier Martin Pucket 5-7, 9-5, 2-1.