Tokyo 2020: Day Ten Preview

After a busy weekend for our Victorian Institute of Sport athletes, we're back in action today with the Hockeyroos taking on India in the quarter-final's followed by the Matildas who will take on Sweden tonight in the semi-final.

Image: The Hockeyroos face off against India today in the quarter-final, Credit: Getty Images / Australian Olympic Team 


Men's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Stage 2 (Sergei Evglevski)** 

Women's 1500m Heat 1 (Georgia Griffith) 
Women's 1500m Heat 3 (Linden Hall) 

Hockeyroos V India quarter-final (Amy Lawton, Rach Lynch) 

Men's 3m Springboard Preliminary (Shixin Li)  

Men's Team Pursuit Qualifying (Kelland O'Brien, Luke Plapp) 

Australia V Sweden semi-final (Steph Catley) 

Opals V Puerto Rico (Jenna O'Hea) 


The Hockeyroos have been on fire at Oi Hockey Stadium throughout the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games without dropping a game to date. They will look to continue that unbeaten form as they take on India in the must win quarter-final match up. India finished fourth in their Group with a two-win three-loss record from Olympic play. They will need to be on their best form if they have any chance to deliver the Australians their first loss of the Games. The meeting is scheduled for a 1:00pm AEST start. - Australian Olympic Team 


Our Matildas take on Sweden at International Stadium Yokohama looking to secure their position in the gold medal game against the either United States or Canada. Australia downed Great Britain 4-3 in a thrilling quarter-final clash on Friday night which saw Sam Kerr put two in the net for the Matildas. Sweden is fresh off their victory over host nation Japan and won every game of their Tokyo 2020 tournament to date. Kick-off is set for 9:00pm AEST in the must win match. - Australian Olympic Team 

Here is everything you need to know so that you don't miss a minute of action in Tokyo.  


  • Visit the 7plus website to watch live coverage HERE
  • Download the app to watch live on your phone, visit this LINK on your mobile


  • Catch all the schedules and results HERE
  • See the LIVE Medal Table as it happens HERE

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