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12.28 a. M. BST
And it’s a great day for the United States women’s soccer team, facing their rivals from the north,
Canada in about eight hours. The last time they met in an Olympic semi-final, it ended in a 4-3 win over the United States in overtime.
Here’s Suzanne Wrack, who will be in the match for us, on what to expect:
As tight as that game was and as much as it added to an already spicy rivalry, the Canadians have struggled to bring out the best in the US The last time Canada beat the US was 20 years ago, in March. 2001. Of the 61 games played between the two teams, the US has won 51 times, three losses and seven ending in draws.
That record doesn’t mean there is room for complacency, Andonovksi said. “They are a very good team. They have very good people, ”he warned.
Related: United States confident in women’s soccer semifinal against Canada
12.15 a. M. BST
After an extraordinarily successful week in the pool, Team Australia look at other disciplines. Today, the Hockeyroos are playing quarter-finals against India, Australian sailors are aiming for more medals, while there is hope for equestrian success and the Matildas are looking to secure at least a bronze against Sweden. Here’s a full rundown of what to expect from Australian athletes:
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