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U20 Women's Round of 16 Games: Wednesday 13 July

MATOSINHOS (FIBA U20 Women's World Championship 2016) - Here are Wednesday's Round of 16 games at the FIBA U20 Women'European Championship 2016 to look forward to in Matosinhos.

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Spain v Sweden

If ever there was a time to grab their first win in Matosinhos, it's right now for underdogs Sweden. A shock success against Spain would guarantee their Division A status and deny the holders a Quarter-Final place.

Slovak Republic v Latvia

It looks to be a well-balanced match-up on paper and could come down to which team finds their game winner first. Digna Strautmane is a big candidate to be the one who drives Latvia into the last eight as she is one of the form players in the tournament.

Italy v Bosnia and Herzegovina

Italy have remained perfect so far and are looking for a fourth-straight victory as they seek to avoid an upset against the still winless Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Greece v Belgium

Both nations come into the game on a real high after taking their first wins at the third attempt. Julie Allemand remains the big danger on Belgium's roster and Eleanna Christinaki has the hot hand for Greece after her spectacular effort against Netherlands.

Germany v Poland

Another two teams riding a high from exciting and narrow wins on day three, these neighbours will go up against each other in one of the most unpredictable clashes in the Round of 16.

Russia v Netherlands

It's a contest that some might have anticipated as a possible Final and yet one of these giants are going to have to fight for their top flight status, while the other marches towards the podium. Russia are yet to lose and while Netherlands have been below par, they could still cause their opponents a big problem.

Portugal v Serbia

The pressure is on the host nation to make the last eight and these Serbian players have a history of beating Portugal. Can the local favourites overcome that and bounce back from their tight loss to Poland?

France v Turkey

With France yet to lose and Turkey yet to win, it looks straightforward on paper - but it might not be that simple if France aren't at the peak of their game. 

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