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The match, in addition to a Wednesday match each against China PR, will give both teams a critical test to gauge progress and fine-tune tactics ahead of the group stage at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.“France is a genuine gold medal contender and they'll test our players tactically, mentally and physically,” said Canada’s Women’s National Team Head Coach John Herdman.
“It’s the type of test we need at this stage in our Olympic preparation, particularly for the young players as they’ve had little experience playing against the calibre of this French team.
For more information regarding the awards contact Joanna Rose at 604.681.2153 ext 133 or [email protected] will also provide French-language coverage via live-streaming at ici.Canada will take on Les Bleues at Stade de l'Abbé-Deschamps in Auxerre, France, in a re-match of the London 2012 Bronze medal match that saw Canada’s Women’s National Team reach the Olympic podium for the first time.We’re going into this match, and the Olympics, as underdogs which suits our team and the players seem to respond well to that challenge, so we’ll push hard to get the result.”Canada and France have a rivalry dating back many years, but it is the bronze medal match in Coventry Stadium at the London 2012 Olympic Games that remains the most memorable, when Diana Matheson’s last-minute goal secured Canada its first team medal at the summer Olympics since 1936.“Every time we go up against France it is a great test for us,” said Matheson who will attend her third Olympics.“They are one of the best teams in the world and one of the favourites going into this Olympics, so it is going to be a big benchmark for us going into Rio.