The women’s 400m medal race will be run at the BSP Stadium at 8 tomorrow night.
The women were divided into two groups to qualify for the finals, with Papua New Guinea coming first in both heats.
Home crowd favorite Toea Wisil won the second heat, clocking 56.64 seconds which was the second fastest time from the heats.
Wisil is the defending Pacific Games champion but clocked a little slower than Burua and will have to put in the extra effort to defend her gold medal.
Wisil won the gold medal in the 2011 Pacific Games with a time of 54.94 seconds.