Lee Zii Jia continued his winning streak by checking into Thailand Open final after he overcame Liew Daren 21-16, 13-21, 21-14 in a 51-minute semi-finals encounter on Saturday.

Lee took the first game by upping his attacking game in the final stretch as Liew battled to close the gap at 16-17.

Several cross-court smashes could only be watched by the 34-year-old as Lee finished off with a flurry to ease into the lead.

But Liew stormed back to level matters with a 21-13 victory in the second game to head into yet another three-game contest for Lee in this tournament.

Lee was not to denied of a second consecutive final, taking the deciding game with a comprehensive 21-14 win.

He would contend for the title against Li Shifeng, who overcame Kodai Naraoka in a marathon battle in the other semis.

Lee is the country's only representative in the final after Pearly Tan-M. Thinaah and Aaron Chia-Soh Wooi Yik both lost their matches.

Tan-Thinaah went down 17-21, 17-21 to Japanese pair Nami Matsuyama-Chiharu Shida, while Chia-Soh lost 19-21, 14-21 against Fajar Alfian-Rian Ardianto.