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Olympic women's soccer on Tuesday ...
July 30th, 2012 7:50PM

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[DATEBOOK] Group play at the Olympic women's soccer competition wraps up on Tuesday.  The United States, host Great Britain and Brazil are through to the quarterfinals. The USA can wrap up first place in Group C with a win or tie against North Korea, which needs a point to be assured of reaching the final eight. Canada also needs a point in its match against Sweden to be assured of advancing. Brazil has the edge on Great Britain on goal difference going into their Group E match to decide first place. For all the results and complete schedule with viewing information ...

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GROUP E
July 25 in Cardiff
Great Britain 1 New Zealand 0.
Brazil 5 Cameroon 0.
July 28 in Cardiff
Brazil 1 New Zealand 0
Great Britain 3 Cameroon 0
July 31 in Coventry
New Zealand vs. Cameroon
July 31 in London
Britain vs. Brazil (MSNBC, live, 3 pm ET)

GROUP F
July 25 in Coventry
Japan 2 Canada 1.
Sweden 4 South Africa 1.
July 28 in Coventry
Japan 0 Sweden 0
Canada 3 South Africa 0
July 31 in Manchester
Canada vs. Sweden (MSNBC, live, 9:30 am ET)
July 31 in Cardiff
Japan vs. South Africa

GROUP G
July 25 in Glasgow
United States 4 France 2.
North Korea 2 Colombia 0.
July 28 in Glasgow
United States 3 Colombia 0
France 5 North Korea 0
July 31 in Manchester
United States vs. North Korea (NBCSN, live, 12:15 pm)
July 31 in Newcastle
France vs. Colombia (MSNBC, live, 12:15 pm ET)

QUARTERFINALS
Aug. 3 in Glasgow
19: First Group F vs. Second Group G (NBCSN, live, 7 am ET)
Aug. 3 in Newcastle
20: First Group G vs. Third Group E/F (NBCSN, live, 9:30 am ET)
Aug. 3 in Cardiff
21: Second Group E vs. Second Group F (NBCSN, live, noon ET)
Aug. 3 in London
22: Winner Group E vs. Third Groups F/G (NBCSN, live, 2:30 pm ET)

SEMIFINALS
Aug. 6 in London
Winner match 19 vs. Winner match 21 (NBCSN, live, noon ET)
Aug. 6 in Manchester
Winner match 22 vs. Winner match 20 (NBCSN, live, 2:45 pm ET)

BRONZE-MEDAL MATCH
Aug. 9 in Coventry
(NBCSN, live, 8 am ET)

GOLD-MEDAL MATCH
Aug. 9 in London
(NBCSN, live, 2:30 pm ET



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