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Women's Football Group G
France: Bouaddi, Franco, Renard, Georges, Bompastor, Soubeyrand, Abily, Necib, Delie, Thomis, Thiney. Subs: Deville, Boulleau, Meilleroux, Le Sommer, Catala, Bussaglia, Viguier.
Colombia: Sandra, Yulieht, Kelis, Natalia. G, Nataly, Natalia, Catalina, Daniela, Carmen, Orianica, Ingrid. Subs: Stefany, Tatiana, Yoreli, Liana, Ana, Lady, Melissa.
Referee: Quetzalli Alvarado Godinez (Mexico)
Kick off: 5:15pm
It's all over at St James' Park in the women's Group F.
Marie Hammarstrom (14) and Sofia Jakobsson (16) put the Swedes 2-0 up before Melissa Tancredi (43) got one back for Canada just before half-time. Tancredi then bagged her second of the match (84) to keep her side's qualification hopes alive.
Sweden held on for the draw and top Group F, with Japan finishing second after their 0-0 draw against South Africa. Canada have also qualified for the quarter-finals as one of the best third-placed teams.
GOAL: Tancredi (CAN) 84"
Melissa Tancredi gets her second of the match with a headed goal after a menacing cross from the left.
Melissa Tancredi gets a goal back for Canada to make it 2-1 just before half-time. Coach John Herdman enjoyed that one. Game on!
Japan V Morocco - 5pm
Spain V Honduras - 7.45pm
It's the second day of Olympic football action at St James' Park in Newcastle. Japan will take on Morocco and Spain will play Honduras.
Away from the pitch, the spotlight has been firmly fixed on the queues for tickets, following Thursday's fiasco when some people failed to get into the ground. Newcastle City Council is urging fans to pick up tickets early to avoid queues.
On the day of the Olympic opening ceremony, the organising committee is facing major embarrassment after two incidents at our only official venue, St James' Park.
A ticketing fiasco on the gates meant many football fans missed the start of the Mexico and South Korea match yesterday afternoon. And it's emerged suspected illegal immigrants have been arrested after being employed as security guards.
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