by Sylvain Jamet in Canada

There is a huge contrast between Group A and B in term of goals.

Group A currently have only four goals, while B have a staggering 21.

Group A

China 1 Netherlands 0 – Wang l S

An injury time win for China, who were on top for the game, gives them three important points and a good chance to make it through on final day.

Canada 0 New Zealand 0

New Zealand missed a penalty when former Arsenal Ladies player Amber Hearn hit the crossbar in a game that lacked creativity in the final third. All to play for on final day with Canada on four points, China and Netherlands with three and New Zealand with one.

Final round of games will be Netherlands v Canada and China v New Zealand.

Group B

Germany 1 Norway 1 – Mittag; Mjelde

Germany were dominant in the first half but did not capitalise on their lead and seemed to run out of steam in the second. Norway’s equaliser come from a sublime Mjelde free kick.

Thailand 3 Ivory Coast 2 – O Srimanee x2, T Chawong ; N Ange Nahi Josee

This was the first ever win for World Cup debutant Thailand. They scored two offside goals in that game, so you would not be surprised if that referee doesn’t get another game in the competition.

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Germany and Norway both have four points each with Germany ahead on goal difference. Thailand have a good chance of making the last 16 round as one of the four best third placed team with three points.

Final group games will be Germany v Thailand and Norway v Ivory Coast.