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Live Reporting

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  1. Post update

    Trinidad & Tobago 1-2 Scotland

    Scrappy around the Scotland shooting circle, the ball finally falls to Emma Barrie, but she misses.

    Trinidad & Tobago bring the ball away but Scotland win it back after a sloppy pass from WA Shantel Seemungal.

    Then Sam Wallace scores the first goal in two minutes.

  2. 'They will want to get the upper hand'

    Trinidad & Tobago 0-2 Scotland

    Pamela Cookey

    Former England shooter on BBC Two

    Both teams will want to come out of the blocks early and try and get the upper hand. They had a great first quarter against Jamaica, they will want to have a similar start today.

    Scotland's Hayley Mulheron
  3. Post update

    Trinidad & Tobago 0-2 Scotland

    Trinidad with a rapid start as GA Kalifa McCollin goes for an optimistic long shot to open the scoring but the ball bounces away.

    Scotland net an easy chance at the other end.

  4. We are under way!

    Trinidad &Tobago 0-0 Scotland

    Trinidad and Tobago's Candice Guerero with the first centre pass.

  5. Post update

    Trinidad & Tobago v Scotland (16:00 BST)

    The teams are being announced on to court to the beats of the Red Hot Chilli Peppers.

    The lights are flashing, the crowd is cheering, the players are prowling the court. Let's go!

  6. 'She is such a strong leader'

    Trinidad & Tobago v Scotland (16:00 BST)

    Sara Bayman

    Former England captain on BBC Two

    Claire Maxwell is pivotal to that team. She is such a strong leader. We hear how well she speaks in every team talk. She puts people to ease which is really important with the youngsters in the squad.

    Scotland's Claire Maxwell playing against South Africa
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  8. 'It's a must win game'

    Trinidad & Tobago v Scotland (16:00 BST)

    Claire Nelson

    Scotland Netball CEO on BBC Two

    I think what that first 15 mins (against Jamaica) showed was what talent there is coming through in our squad. We are here and we mean to stay.

    This is a must-win game for us. We need to make sure we make the 9th/10th play-off. We are disappointed not to make the 8th that we had targeted. It's a must win now.

    Bethan Goodwin in the thick of the action for Scotland against Jamaica
  9. 'If we get to ninth we will be happy'

    Trinidad & Tobago v Scotland (16:00 BST)

    Trinidad & Tobago coach Wesley Gomes: "I was pretty pleased with yesterday's game, despite the loss. We had a lot of positives which will help us and we are ready for today. We wanted to be a little higher (in the standings) but if we get to ninth then we will be happy."

  10. 'We have a game plan'

    Trinidad & Tobago v Scotland (16:00 BST)

    Scotland coach Gail Parata: "I was happy with two quarters yesterday but I will be happy if we can put four quarters together. We know Trinidad and Tobago will be a tough challenge today.

    "It was great to play the Caribbean style under really pressure yesterday and it will help us today. We have a game plan which we want to stick to."

    Gail Parata
  11. Can the Thistles get that elusive win?

    Trinidad & Tobago v Scotland (16:00 BST)

    Scotland have never beaten Trinidad & Tobago.

    The Thistles came close in 2018 though, losing to the Calypso Girls by one goal at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.

  12. How to watch

    Trinidad & Tobago v Scotland (16:00 BST)

    BBC Two

    Scotland's final Group G game against Trinidad & Tobago is live on BBC Two now!

    If you can't get to a TV, click the play button above to watch live coverage.

    Later, England are in action against South Africa, you will be able to watch their game HERE.

  13. Starting sevens

    Trinidad & Tobago v Scotland (16:00 BST)

    Both sides start with the same seven they started with in yesterday's games.

    Scotland shooter Emma Barrie, who is just 17 years old, keeps her place after impressing coach Gail Perata yesterday.

    Trinidad & Tobago: GK - Daystar Swift, GD - Shaquanda Greene, WD - Onela Jack, C - Candice Guerero, WA - Shantel Seemungal, GA - Kalifa McCollin, GS - Sam Wallace

    Scotland: GK - Hayley Mulheron, GD - Emily Nicholl, WD - Kelly Boyle, C - Claire Maxwell, WA - Nicola McCleary, GA - Lynsey Gallagher, GS - Emma Barrie

    Trinidad Tobago
  14. Welcome

    Trinidad & Tobago v Scotland (16:00 BST)

    So, it's seventh in the world Scotland against Trinidad & Tobago, who are ranked 10th.

    The winner of this match will play in the seventh-place play-off match on Saturday.

    They have one win each in the tournament so far.

    Lynsey Gallagher