Once the group stage is over, the cross-overs and quarter-finals are thus defined.
England - Korea
On Sunday, July 10, at 6:00 p.m. at the Estadi Olímpic.
England has qualified as second in group B in Amsterdam, after a draw, a defeat and a victory. Korea has played in group C in Terrassa and has qualified third, with one win and two losses.
The winner of this duel will play the quarterfinals against Argentina , first classified in group C.
Spain - India
On Sunday, July 10, at 9:30 p.m. at the Estadi Olímpic.
Spain has qualified as second in group C in Terrassa, after two wins and one loss. India has played group B in Terrassa and has been third, after two draws.
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The winner of this match will play their quarter-final match against Australia , the Group D champions.
Germany - South Africa
On Saturday, July 9 at 5:00 p.m. at the Wagener Stadion.
Germany goes to the cross-over after being second in group A, with two wins and one loss. South Africa has been third in group D with a draw and two losses.
The winner of this duel will play the quarterfinals against New Zealand , first in group B.
Belgium - Chile
On Saturday, July 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the Wagener Stadion.
Belgium has qualified for the cross-over as second in group D, with two wins and one loss. The newcomer Chile has been third in group A, with one win and two losses.
The winning team will face the Netherlands in the quarterfinals, champions of group A.
The positioning matches
The losing teams of the cross-over matches will play against the fourth-placed teams from each group to fight for the 9th position in the World Cup. In the same venue where their cross-overs play, the pairings will be as follows:
Ireland - Loser of match Germany-South Africa
China - Loser of the match Belgium-Chile
Japan - England-Korea Match Loser
Canada - Loser of Spain-India match