Watch live as GB Senior Women look to bounce back from their opening loss to China as they chase a spot at the 2020 Olympics, taking on Korea from 1:30pm.
Chema Buceta has confirmed his final 12 with WNBA centre Kristine Anigwe the newcomer in a squad containing nine players part of the historic run to fourth place at EuroBasket last summer.
GB need a top-3 finish in a group, with this outing effectively being a must-win.
🔹 If 🇨🇳 beat 🇪🇸, a 🇬🇧 win = #Tokyo2020 ✅
🔹 If 🇪🇸 beat 🇨🇳, a 🇬🇧 win by 11+ = #Tokyo2020 ✅
(any result between 🇨🇳/🇰🇷 could not put them both above 🇬🇧 in a 3-way tie)
— Bradley Gains (@BradHoopsfix) February 8, 2020
Kristine Anigwe, Izmit Belediyespor (Turkey)
Chantel Charles, Tenerife (Spain)
Temi Fagbenle, Perfumerias Avenia (Spain)
Nicolette Fong Lyew Quee, Durham Palatinates
Cheridene Green, Gorzow (Poland)
Chantelle Handy, Castors Braine (Belgium)
Georgia Jones, Manchester Mystics
Jo Leedham-Warner, Orman Genclik (Turkey)
Janice Monakana, Sevenoaks Suns
Karlie Samuelson, Perfumerias Avenida (Spain)
Hannah Shaw, Sarcedo (Italy)
Rachael Vanderwal, Namur (Belgium)