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Women's World Cup Day 11 Open Thread

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Steph Catley and Australia open the day facing Brazil, while Christine Sinclair, Kaylyn Kyle, Rhian Wilkinson and Canada close out the day with Switzerland.

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The Round of 16 continues today, with Australia vs. Brazil opening the day at 10:00am, followed by France vs. South Korea at 1:00pm, and Canada vs. Switzerland closes out the day at 4:30pm.

Steph Catley and Austraila, survivor of the "Group of Death," continue their run on Sunday and it doesn't get any easier for them, as they take on Brazil in Moncton. Australia surprisingly finished second in their Group, drawing defeating Nigeria and drawing Sweden after losing to the United States in their opener. Brazil finished undefeated in their Group, defeating South Korea, Spain, and Costa Rica, while not giving up a goal through their first three matches. The winner of this Top 10 match face the winner of Japan and the Netherlands in Edmonton.

France managed to finish at the top of their group, despite a shocking loss to Colombia in the middle match of the Group stage, sandwiched between victories over England and Mexico.  South Korea opened the World Cup with a loss to Brazil, then followed it up with a draw with Costa Rica and a win over Spain.  The winner of this match faces top side Germany in the Quarterfinals in Montreal.

Christine Sinclair, Kaylyn Kyle, Rhian Wilkinson, and Canada face World Cup debutant Switzerland on Sunday in Vancouver. Canada wasn't a very convincing Group-winner, but finished undefeated, needing a late penalty kick to give them their only victory, while drawing New Zealand and the Netherlands. Switzerland moved on from the Group stage on the heels of a 10-1 victory that gave them the highest goal differential of the teams with 3 points, but lost to Japan and Cameroon. The winner of this match sees the winner of England and Norway in Vancouver.

Australia vs. Brazil

Kickoff: 1o:00am

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France vs. South Korea

Kickoff: 1:00pm

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Canada vs. Switzerland

Kickoff: 4:30pm

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