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Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. That's your lot

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    Thanks for joining us this afternoon for that enthralling game.

    Go have a nap and we'll see you back here at 20:00 BST for South Africa v England.

  2. Post update

    If you're watching BBC Two or online coverage right now, you'll see presenter Hazel Irvine absolutely nailing the no-look pass in her masterclass with Sara Bayman and Ama Agbeze.

    Scroll back by pressing play at the top of this page. It's worth it, I promise.

  3. Post update

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    What a thrilling draw!

    It was a brutal encounter at times, scrappy but always played with passion and pride.

    Trinidad & Tobago will no doubt be the happier team after trailing for more of the game, and Scotland's wait for their first ever win over the Calypso Girls, goes on.

    Scotland and Trinidad & Tobago in a group huddle at the end
  4. How to watch South Africa v England

    South Africa v England (20:00 BST)

    You can watch England in action again on the BBC Sport website and app via this link.

    Or by watching on the BBC iPlayer.

    The Roses will get a rest day tomorrow before their semi-final clash tomorrow where they will either face Australia or New Zealand.

  5. England Roses are up later

    South Africa v England (20:00 BST)

    Next up on court is Jamaica v Uganda.

    They are battling it out to take for the 5/6 and 7/8th play-off games which will take place tomorrow.

    Tracy Neville's Roses are in the last game of the day.

    They have have already secured their place in the semi-finals but the result against South Africa will determine who the play.

    If England beat South Africa, they will take on the Silver Ferns in the semi-final on Saturday (15:00 BST).

    If the Roses lose today they will take on Australia (Saturday 11:15 BST).

    Finally, if the game is a draw then England will top Group G and take on New Zealand.

    Serena Guthrie
  6. What does the result mean?

    FT: Trinidad &Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    The result means that Scotland will battle it out for 11th/12th at 09:00 BST on Saturday morning where they will take on Barbados.

    Trinidad & Tobago, who finished above Scotland, face Northern Ireland in the 9th/10th play-off game.

    That game will also take place on Saturday at 17:15 BST.

  7. WATCH: Gallagher scores late to earn Scotland draw

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    Video caption: Gallagher scores late to earn Scotland draw
  8. 'We are obviously disappointed'

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    Scotland goalkeeper Hayley Mulheron on BBC Two: "Trinidad and Tobago is a great team and we battled with them right until the end. We are obviously disappointed that we are not fighting off for that 9th/10th spot.

    "Sam Wallace is a great player but I think we gave as good as got. We made them put in extra pass is but she is obviously a class player. There are young girls here but we have just played all these teams and for girls as young as that to experience these games, it will only help them going forward it."

    Hayley Mulheron
  9. 'It feels like a defeat'

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    More from Scotland coach Gail Parata on BBC Two: "We had opportunities in the match, it’s great to get a draw but I would rather fight that out to the end and extra time if possible. I am proud of them but we are going to have to start winning matches now not just developing more.

    "We are pushing in the top seven in the rankings so to that you have to win matches, especially like matches today. I am disappointed that we are playing for 11th/12th but we had to do it early today and we knew they would take us all the way. Even though it’s a draw, it feels like a defeat."

  10. 'It feels like a defeat'

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    Trinidad & Tobago v Scotland

    Scotland coach Gail Parata on BBC Two: "It does feel like a defeat. I am really disappointed – not in my girls but some questionable umpiring that I thought. Our young shooter was getting wrapped up with arms around her and she is getting pulled for a contact, I am really, really annoyed about that.

  11. WATCH: Wallace scores to pull Trinidad & Tobago level

    Sam Wallace finished with figures of 29 goals from 30 attempts. What a player!

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    Video caption: Wallace scores two points to pull Trinidad & Tobago level
  12. Shooting stats

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    Scotland finish with an impressive 84% accuracy, while Trinidad & Tobago were even better at 92%

    Sam Wallace was the pick of the shooters, scoring 29/30 (97%)

  13. 'We've got each other's back"

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    More from Scotland GD Emily Nicholls on BBC Two: "You can see our connections are really paying off, Hayley Mulheron and I have got good time under our belt in the Super League so under those pressures out there we know we've got each other's back."

  14. 'Bodies on the line' from Scotland

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    Scotland GD Emily Nicholls on BBC Two: "They're the games I love - I just love getting stuck in there. Both teams were going for it and we gave 100%.

    "The Scottish Thistles are known for being gutsy. Every single player put their body on the line there. Yes, there were times we could have pulled away but every time we lost it every single player put their body on the line to win it back."

    Scotland celebrate
  15. Post update

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    Scotland will now face Barbados in the 11th-place play-off.

  16. Post update

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    Kalifa McCollin celebrates her birthday with a ridiculous draw with Scotland and a brilliant personal performance.

    Not bad.

    That was, also, the first draw of the World Cup.

  17. 'We are out of breath just watching'

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    Sara Bayman

    Former England captain on BBC Two

    It was so tight. We are out of breath just watching it. It's great coming to this end of the tournament that we are getting such tight games. They will be pleased with the finish even though they will not be pleased with the result.

    Scotland celebrate
  18. WATCH: Nicholl's 'lovely' interception denies Trinidad & Tobago

    Skills!

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    Video caption: 'That's got the crowd buoyed' - Nicholl's 'lovely' interception denies Trinidad & Tobago
  19. FT: IT'S A DRAW

    FT: Trinidad & Tobago 43-43 Scotland

    Ok, so my fingers are actually smoking after the drama of those last few minutes.

    A draw is ultimately a fair result with neither side at their best but it was a brilliant contest.

    Lynsey Gallagher showed nerves of steal to sink that penalty shot on the buzzer.

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    Video caption: Gallagher scores late to earn Scotland draw
  20. Post update

    Q4: Trinidad & Tobago 42-42 Scotland

    Trinidad & Tobago lose the ball with seconds left....Scotland have four seconds..