Great Britain men - EuroBasket 2022 qualifying
Great Britain's men travel to France for their third and fourth qualifying games for what is now the 2022 EuroBasket finals - the tournament having been put back a year to avoid a clash with the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics.
They play France in the bubble in Pau on Friday and then face Montenegro on Sunday.
After defeat in Montenegro, they beat Germany in Newcastle to stay in contention in what could be a tight group, with two teams plus 2022 hosts Germany certain to make the finals, which will be held in Germany, the Czech Republic, Georgia and Italy
The final two games of the group, scheduled for February 2021, are due to be away in Germany and France.
Squad: Dan Clark (Real Canoe - Spa, 32, 104), Ashley Hamilton (Plymouth, 32, 24), Myles Hesson (Chalon - Fra, 30, 37), Cameron Hildreth (Worthing, 18, 0), Dwayne Lautier-Ogunleye (Poitiers - Fra, 24, 4), Ben Mockford (unattached, 31, 37), Luke Nelson (Gottingen - Ger, 25, 21), Teddy Okereafor (Bristol , 28, 44), Gabe Olaseni (Buyukcekmece - Tur, 28, 36), Rex Pflueger (Newcastle, 24, 0), Tarik Phillip (Hapoel Jerusalem - Isr, 27, 6), Kareem Queeley (Burgos - Spa, 19, 0), Conner Washington (Leicester, 28, 8), Akwasi Yeboah (Saint-Quentin, 23, 2).
Men's EuroBasket 2021 qualifying fixtures
21 February 2020: Montenegro 81-74 Great Britain (Podgorica)
24 February 2020: Great Britain 81-73 Germany (Newcastle)
27 November 2020: France v Great Britain (Pau, 17:00 GMT)
29 November 2020: Great Britain v Montenegro (Pau, 17:00 GMT)
19 February 2021: Germany v Great Britain (venue, time TBA)
22 February 2021: France v Great Britain (venue, time TBA)
Great Britain Women - EuroBasket 2021 qualification
Great Britain's women stayed in the hunt for EuroBasket 2021 qualification with a 77-49 win over Poland in Fiba's qualifying bubble in Istanbul, but must now look to February and the final qualifier in order to return to Europe's final 16.
GB have twice beaten Poland in Group F, but the heavy home defeat (90-59) at the hands of Belarus in their second qualifying game means they will need a good result in the return game, scheduled for Minsk in February, if they are to make the finals in France and Spain.
EuroBasket 2021 qualifying fixtures
4 February 2021: v Belarus (A)
Results so far:
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