Men's Hockey Semi-Final: Netherlands v GB
8pm BBC Olympics 3
Britain hasn't won an Olympic hockey medal since the women's team took bronze at Barcelona 1992. The current women's side lost their semi against Argentina yesterday and play for bronze against New Zealand tomorrow; before that, the men - who haven't medalled since winning the gold in 1988 - are the underdogs in their semi-final.
GB qualified in nervy, unconvincing fashion: needing just a draw against Spain to progress from Pool A, they took the lead through tournament star Ashley Jackson but then sat on their advantage, allowing Spain to equalise and then threaten with late penalty corners, and appeals for more set-piece opportunities that were controversially turned down.
On the other hand, GB's comeback in their previous pool match, from 3-0 down to 3-3 against Australia, the best team in the world, shows they can give any opposition problems.
Their task here is a difficult one. The Netherlands, a country where hockey has a vastly higher profile than it does in Britain, will expect to go through to the gold medal match.
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