GAMEDAY PREVIEW – GB READY FOR SHOWDOWN WITH KOREA

πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§WOMEN’S OLYMPIC QUALIFIERS
πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§GB v KOREA
πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§5PM
πŸ’ National Ice Centre. Tickets only Β£6.50 each and under-16s go free with a paying adult
πŸ“² Buy here

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It’s the final day of the Women’s Olympic Qualifiers at the National Ice Centre in Nottingham, with Great Britain and Korea going head-to-head (5pm) for a place in final qualifying for next year’s Winter Olympics.

The day’s first game sees Iceland – playing in Olympic Qualifying for the first time – face Slovenia at 1pm, with both unable to reach the next stage.

If Slovenia beat Iceland in regulation time, GB will need a two-goal victory over Korea to progress through to final qualifying. Should Slovenia drop a point against Iceland, GB would need just a regulation-time win.

Tickets are still available and cost only Β£6.50 with under-16s free with a paying adult. Click here to purchase.

You can also buy from the arena box office ahead of face-off.

Television coverage
If you can’t get to the game, it’s live on FreeSports where five-time Olympic broadcaster Aaron Murphy is joined by former GB players Paul Adey and Angela Taylor.

If you are outside of the UK, GB’s game with Korea is available on The Olympic Channel. Iceland against Slovenia can be watched in the UK and worldwide on The Olympic Channel. Click here to watch.