[img_assist|nid=4991|title=Orange means danger|desc=Naomi van As – hockeyimages.co.uk|link=node|align=right|width=220|height=146]If Great Britain beat Netherlands, both teams will qualify for the semifinals with Great Britain as pool winners.
If Great Britain draw they will still progress to the semifinals if China do not win their 13:45 match against Japan by at least five goals.
If Great Britain lose against Netherlands they will still progress to the semifinals as long as China do not beat Japan.
Great Britain have scored more goals (13) than any other team in the tournament.
Great Britain’s conversion rates for field goals (7/21 – 33%) and penalty corner chances (6/15 – 40%) are the best in the tournament.
Netherlands have had more field goal attempts (45) than any other team in the tournament.They have converted 9/45 of those for a 20% conversion rate, only Great Britain (33%) and Argentina (27%) have better rates.
Netherlands have converted just 1/20 penalty corner chances (5%), the worst of all teams who have scored at least one goal from a penalty corner situation.
The teams have played five times at the Olympic Games and Great Britain have never won.
Netherlands have twice denied Great Britain an Olympic bronze medal, 3-1 at Seoul 1988 and 4-3 in a penalty stroke competition at Atlanta 1996.
Great Britain assistant coach Karen Brown played in both those matches.
Great Britain came back from a 2-0 half-time deficit against Netherlands to earn a 2-2 draw in the pool stage at the 2012 Champions Trophy.
Naomi van As and Kim Lammers scored for Netherlands, Crista Cullen scored both for Great Britain from penalty corners.