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US, Canada to clash at third U-19 American Football final Austria to play Mexico for third place

KUWAIT CITY, July 14: The US and Canada have qualified for final of the Third Under-19 American Football World Cup. Canada qualified by topping the first group with maximum points when they won all three preliminary matches, last of which was a win over Austria by 37 points against 6 points at the Sabah Al-Salem football pitch in Al-Nasser Club. 

The US Team also qualified for the final by gaining maximum points to top the second group when they won all three matches. The last of the games was against Japan, which they won by 43-0 at Thamer Stadium in Al-Salmiya Club. 

Both teams will slug it out against each other on Wednesday inside the main bowl of Al-Nasser Club. Austria and Mexico that took second position respectively in the two groups will play against each other to determine the third and fourth places before the final game on the same pitch.
Meanwhile, France will play against Japan at 8:00pm on Tuesday at Al-Nasser Club to determine the teams that will occupy fifth and sixth places in the tournament. The two teams are third on the tables in their respective groups. 
 
At the preliminary stage, France defeated Kuwaiti by 74-0 in group one to garner two points, after losing to Canada and Austria in the remaining two games. Japan gained four points with a goal difference below Mexico when they defeated Germany, drew with Mexico, and lost to US. 
Kuwait will play against Germany at 11:00 pm on the same pitch to vie for the seventh and eighth positions. Both teams are on the bottom of tables in their respective groups with zero point, as they lost in all matches they played.
 
Schedule
Al-Nasser Stadium
July 15, 2014
France vs Japan (5th place)
8:00 pm
Kuwait vs Germany (7th place)
11:00 pm
Al-Nasser Stadium
July 16, 2014
Austria vs Mexico (Bronze)
8:00 pm
US vs Canada (Gold)
11:00 pm
 
 

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