GB curling team next match: Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics schedule for Britain’s men’s and women’s teams

Could it be double medal glory for Britain?

Team GB’s hopes of curling gold at the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics have been kept alive, with both the men’s and women’s squads still in with a chance of securing medals.

For their part, Bruce Mouat’s men’s side - completed by Grant Hardie, Bobby Lammie and Hammy McMillan - are guaranteed at least a silver after beating the USA in a semi-final showdown on Thursday.

Meanwhile, Eve Muirhead, Vicky Wright, Jen Dodds, and Hailey Duff had to fend off the Russian Olympic Committee to progress via a Draw Shot Challenge tie-breaker, but will now face defending champions Sweden in the final four.

When do Team GB’s men’s curling team next play?

After their 8-4 victory over the USA on Thursday, Team GB’s men’s side will bid for gold early on Saturday morning.

Mouat’s men have now won seven straight matches in Beijing, and will look to secure an eighth and decisive victory at 6.05am GMT.

Britain will play Sweden in the final, with Canada and the USA facing off for bronze

When do Team GB’s women’s curling team next play?

Team GB’s women will have to wait until Friday afternoon to continue their bid for gold, with their match against reigning Olympic champions Sweden beginning at 12.05pm GMT.

Speaking after her side’s win over the ROC, Muirhead told BBC Sport: “We had to win that game today and that’s what we went out there to do.

“We fought out hearts out, nothing was in our control apart from our own game and that’s what we did.

“I was in this position in 2018 as well in the semi-final and I do want to do one better. I’m very proud of this team, we’ve played very well all week.

“As much as we’ve lost a few games all of us know those losses have not been through a lot of bad play, it’s been inches here and there - but that’s curling.”

Switzerland will face Japan in the other women’s semi-final.

How can I watch Team GB’s curling semi-finals?

Both matches will be broadcast live on BBC TV, as well as being available to stream online via the BBC iPlayer.

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