World Cup fixtures

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A full schedule for the Rabobank Hockey World Cup at The Hague, Holland.

Saturday May 31

Group A
9.30am (Men) Australia v Malaysia
12noon (Women) New Zealand v Belgium
1.30pm (Women) Australia v South Korea
3pm (Men) Belgium v India
4.30pm (Men) England v Spain
6.45pm Netherlands v Japan

Sunday June 1

Group B
9.30am (Men) Germany v South Africa
12noon (Women) England v United States
1.30pm (Women) Germany v China
3pm (Men) Netherlands v Argentina
4.30pm (Men) New Zealand v South Korea
6.45pm (Women) Argentina v South Africa

Monday June 2

Group A
9.30am (Women) Australia v Japan
12noon (Men) Australia v Spain
1.30pm (Women) South Korea v New Zealand
3pm (Men) England v India
4.30pm (Men) Malaysia v Belgium
6.45pm (Women) Netherlands v Belgium

Tuesday June 3

Group B
9.30am (Women) South Africa v Germany
12noon (Women) England v China
1.30pm (Men) South Africa v New Zealand
3pm (Men) Germany v Argentina
4.30pm (Women) Argentina v United States
6.45pm (Men) Netherlands v South Korea

Thursday June 5

Group A
9.30am (Women) Belgium v Australia
12noon (Men) Malaysia v England
1.30pm (Women) South Korea v Japan
3pm (Men) Belgium v Australia
4.30pm (Men) India v Spain
6.45pm (Women) New Zealand v Netherlands

Friday June 6

Group B
9.30am (Women) China v United States
12noon (Men) New Zealand v Argentina
1.30pm (Women) South Africa v England
3pm (Women) Germany v Argentina
4.30pm (Men) South Korea v South Africa
6.45pm (Men) Germany v Netherlands

Saturday June 7

Group A
9.30am (Women) South Korea v Belgium
12noon (Men) Spain v Belgium
1.30pm (Men) Indian v Malaysia
3pm (Men) England v Australia
4.30pm (Women) Japan v New Zealand
6.45pm (Women) Australia v Netherlands

Sunday June 8

Group B
9.30am (Men) New Zealand v Germany
12noon (Men) South Korea v Argentina
1.30pm (Women) United States v Germany
3pm (Women) England v Argentina
4.30pm (Women) China v South Africa
6.45pm (Men) South Africa v Netherlands

Monday June 9

Group A
9.30am (Women) New Zealand v Australia
12noon (Men) Australia v India
1.30pm (Men) Spain v Malaysia
3pm (Women) Netherlands v South Korea
4.30pm (Women) Japan v Belgium
6.45pm (Men) Belgium v England

Tuesday June 10

Group B
9.30am (Men) Argentina v South Africa
12noon (Men) Germany v South Korea
1.30pm (Women) United States v South Africa
3pm (Women) Germany v England
4.30pm (Women) Argentina v China
6.45pm (Men) New Zealand v Netherlands

Thursday June 12

11/12th placed play-off
11am (Women) 6th Group A v 6th Group B
1.30pm (Men) 6th Group A v 6th Group B

Semi-final
4pm (Women) Winner Group A v Runner-up Group B
7.45pm Winner Group B v Runner-up Group A

Friday June 13

9/10th placed play-off
10am (Women) 5h Group A v 5th Group B

7/8th placed play-off
12.30pm (Women) 4th Group A v 4th Group B

Semi-final
3.15pm (Men) Winner Group A v Runner-up Group B
6pm Winner Group B v Runner-up Group A

Saturday June 14

9/10th placed play-off
8.30am (Men) 5h Group A v 5th Group B

5th/6th placed play-off
10.45am (Women) 3rd Group A v 3rd Group B

3rd/4th placed play-off
1pm (Women) Loser semi-final 1 v Loser semi-final 2

Final
3.15pm (Women) Winner semi-final 1 v Winner semi-final 2

Sunday June 15

7/8th placed play-off
8.30am (Men) 4th Group A v 4th Group B

5th/6th placed play-off
10.45am (Men) 3rd Group A v 3rd Group B

3rd/4th placed play-off
1pm (Men) Loser semi-final 1 v Loser semi-final 2

Final
3.15pm (Men) Winner semi-final 1 v Winner semi-final 2

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