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Live Reporting

By Becky Grey

All times stated are UK

  1. Bye!

    So that's the last match from Liverpool today, but there's more to come on Tuesday. You can watch all of them on the BBC Sport website and Northern Ireland's match will be on BBC Two from 14:45 BST.

    09:00 BST: Fiji v Singapore

    11:00 BST: Sri Lanka v Samoa

    15:00 BST: Northern Ireland v New Zealand

    17:00 BST: Australia v Malawi

    19:00 BST: Zimbabwe v Barbados

    In the meantime, you can read the report from Scotland's defeat here.

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    FT: South Africa 66-38 Scotland

    Scotland's coach Gail Parata said:

    "We knew if we wanted to be competitive today we had to stay with them in the first quarter and we did that for a bit.

    "I'm happy with how we started the game. We know South Africa are a classy side and to beat them we have to be on our game.

    "We knew it would be a tall ask but all we wanted to do is play well and prove to people why we're seventh in the world and it part we did that."

  3. 'We're going on a cruise down the river'

    FT: South Africa 66-38 Scotland

    South Africa coach Norma Plummer: "We had every intention of mixing it up quarter by quarter. Scotland tried to zone on us and we handled it. We were in control of the game, certainly after the first quarter. We could settle down and handle the ball.

    On making changes: "You can't run seven players and have a bench just sitting there. You've picked them, you should be given the opportunity."

    What will they do on their day off? "They're going for a cruise down the river! We're only going to get one, we may as well enjoy it."

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    Here's how England got their win earlier today.

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    Video caption: Netball World Cup 2019 Highlights: England beat Jamaica
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    FT: South Africa 66-38 Scotland

    South Africa move equal with England at the top of the group.

    If their shooters continue with the accuracy they've had, the Proteas are going to be so dangerous in the semi-finals.

    Lenize Potgieter was at 100% and Sigi Burger was at 90%.

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    Denise Evans

    BBC Sport in Liverpool

    The lone horn was still sounding off intermittently as the game neared its conclusion, receiving a little giggle from those around it each time.

    It's been a quiet end to a manic day, something I have personally welcomed after my ears were ringing during that England game.

    Thanks court two, you've brought us some great games.

  7. South Africa win

    FT: South Africa 66-38 Scotland

    Sigi Burger has the chance for one more goal... but misses! Top defence from Scotland at the death.

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    Q3: South Africa 65-38 Scotland

    Emma Barrie gets Scotland back to scoring ways as we move into the final minute.

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    Q3: South Africa 65-37 Scotland

    South Africa intercept the ball at the top of the D and get it down to Maryka Holtzhausen. She's pretty far out, but gets the ball in anyway. The GA has scored 8/9 in this match.

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    Q3: South Africa 64-37 Scotland

    South Africa net a couple more goals. Scotland need to step their game up again if they want to stop the Proteas racking up points in the last couple of minutes.

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    Q3: South Africa 62-37 Scotland

    Maryka Holtzhausen finds herself completely free in the D, both defenders were busy keeping an eye on Sigi Burger. She scores.

    Three minutes left.

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    Q3: South Africa 60-37 Scotland

    Scotland double mark Sigi Burger, but both defenders cause contact and the GS has a free shot. She misses (twice!) and Maryka Holtzhausen cleans up. That's the GS's first two misses of the match.

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    Q3: South Africa 59-36 Scotland

    Two high balls in to Emma Barrie = two goals.

    She is only 17 years of age but is keeping her cool against this Proteas defence.

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    Q3: South Africa 58-34 Scotland

    Scotland make wholesale changes, including the introduction of Lauren Tait at GK. Lynsey Gallagher has moved back to GA as well.

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    Q3: South Africa 58-33 Scotland

    Scotland need to be careful not to let this get away from them.

    But South Africa are just too quick and are flowing so easily now as Khanyisa Chawane gets the intercept and Sigi Burger the goal.

    Chawane Khanyisa
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    Q3: South Africa 57-33 Scotland

    The ball is sent back to WA Lynsey Gallagher but she wasn't quite ready and it hits her in the face. Ouch.

    All of a sudden Sigi Burger is under the net again and scores her 22nd.

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    Denise Evans

    BBC Sport in Liverpool

    All eyes on court two now, as a few hundred fans with tickets on the court one side of the arena stick around to see how this game unfolds.

    This is the last time we'll see both courts in these championships, with an army of workers coming in to transform the arena floor into one show court overnight.

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    Q3: South Africa 55-33 Scotland

    Emma Barrie is called for contact and possession goes to South Africa. That possession quickly becomes Sigi Burger under the net, which even more quickly becomes a goal. She's at 100% accuracy so far.

    If the Proteas shooters can keep this up, they've got a great chance of a medal at the weekend.

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    Q3: South Africa 52-33 Scotland

    South Africa aren't making life easy for Scotland's attack and Niamh McCall eventually decides to have a go from distance.

    It was the right call. Nothing but net.

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    Q3: South Africa 51-32 Scotland

    Sigi Burger gets a high ball, but is pushed by Hayley Mulheron.

    South Africa convert the penalty to get the first goal of this quarter, then Burger quickly follows it up with the second.