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Women's World Cup: Who will win gold, silver and bronze?

 
Zhu Ting of China encourages her teammates
Osaka, Japan, September 26, 2019 - China enter the final stretch of the 2019 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Cup undefeated and top of the tournament standings, but who will win gold, silver and bronze when all is said and done?

Key matches on Friday:

China
(1st) and the Netherlands (4th) clash on Friday. You can watch all the action live on Volleyball TV at 15.00 local time (GMT+9) / 6.00 GMT.



In another key match in Friday's match schedule, USA (2nd) play Russia (3rd) at 18.00 local time
(GMT+9) / 9.00 GMT.





China complete their World Cup campaign this weekend against reigning world and European champions Serbia (6th) on Saturday and Argentina (10th) on Sunday. USA play Cameroon (11th) on Saturday and Korea (7th) on Sunday while Russia are up against Kenya (12th) on Saturday and Brazil (5th) on Sunday. And keep an eye on the Netherlands (4th), Brazil (5th), Serbia (6th) and Korea (7th) as they attempt to work their way up the ranking over the last three days of the competition.


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