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U20 Women's Games: Sunday 17 July

MATOSINHOS (2016 FIBA U20 Women's European Championship 2016) - Here are all the games to look forward to on the last day of the 2016 FIBA U20 Women's European Championship 2016 in Matosinhos, including the Final.

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Spain v Italy

It's an astonishing eighth successive Final at the event for Spain who will try to defend the title they won last year in Lanzarote. While Italy are the only unbeaten team left in the tournament, Spain are the favourites after their impressive Semi-Final demolition of Russia.


Russia v Serbia

It wasn't meant to be this way for Russia who had been touted as champions in waiting. But their big guns didn't fire against Spain yesterday and they lost for the first time. Serbia will be bracing themselves for the backlash and will have to bounce back from their own disappointment of losing in overtime to Italy.


Belgium v France

It's not just a top-five finish on the line in this game - it's a derby match-up and Belgium against France always has that extra edge.

Poland v Latvia

Poland were blasted away by Belgium in their previous game and won't want a repeat, while Latvia are trying to avoid finishing the tournament with three defeats on the bounce.


Netherlands v Portugal

Netherlands have several big-hitters who have had super youth careers and will want to finish on a winning note. The same can be said for the proud hosts who will want a victory to thank the locals for their support.

Sweden v Bosnia and Herzegovina

Both content with having met their aims of survival, one of these teams will remain in Division A with only a solitary success to their name. The other will leave Matosinhos with two victories.


Greece v Turkey

Outside of the two games on Sunday to make it onto the podium, this is a huge game of incredible importance. The winners stay in Division A, while the losers will suffer the agony of falling into Division B.

Germany v Slovak Republic

There will be disappointment for both nations as they play their last Division A game for two years in the wake of their relegation to the second level.