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Boomers vs France Bronze Medal Match match result: Basketball World Cup

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15th September, 2019
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FINAL SCORES

2019 Basketball World Cup, third-place play-off: Australia vs France

Venue: Wukesong Sport Arena, Beijing
Australia France
59 SCORE 67
16 Q1 11
14 Q2 10
16 Q3 21
13 Q4 25

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Match result:

Despite dominating the first two quarters, the Boomers have slumped to a demoralising defeat and fourth-place finish at the Basketball World Cup, losing by eight to France.

Final score
Australia 59
France 67

Match preview:

The Boomers will face off against France for the second time in the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup as they meet to settle the matter of a Bronze Medal. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog, starting from 6pm AEST.

Australia went down in a thriller to Spain in the semi finals, while France was outclassed by the Argentina side. Australia will be looking to bounce back and send a message after their loss to the Spaniards after the game went to two over-times and the players felt disrespected by the referees in the loss.

France will want to get revenge on the Australian side that beat them just a few days earlier.

Their previous matchup saw the Australia team come from behind thanks to a stellar performance from Patty Mills, overcoming the 31 points from Evan Fournier who always finds another level in international play.

Australia has a chance to earn their first medal of any type in international competition and with their previous result against France they will fancy their chances highly.

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Can the Australian’s overcome the fatigue from their matchup against Spain, or will the French side reverse their loss from a few days prior and take home the bronze?

A lot of eyes will likely be on Andrew Bogut who unleashed an expletive-riddled tirade at FIBA as he left the court on Friday night.

Tune in to The Roar at 6pm to follow along on what could be a historic day for Australian basketball.

Venue: City Arena Beijing
When: 6pm AEST Sunday
Where: Fox and SBS Viceland

Expected game day squads

Australia
Point guard: Patty Mills
Shooting guard: Matthew Dellavedova
Small forward: Joe Ingles
Power forward: Jock Landale
Centre: Aron Baynes
Bench: Andrew Bogut, Mitch Creek, Cameron Gliddon, Chris Goulding, Nick Kay, David Barlow, Nathan Sobey

France
Point guard: Evan Fournier
Shooting guard: Axel Toupane
Small forward: Amath M’Baye
Power forward: Frank Ntilikina
Centre: Rudy Gobert
Bench: Nicolas Batum, Nando De Colo, Vincent Poirier, Andrew Albicy, Louis Labeyrie, Mathias Lessort, Paul LacombeThe Boomers will face off against France for the second time in the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup as they meet to settle the matter of a Bronze Medal. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog, starting from 6pm AEST.

Australia went down in a thriller to Spain in the semi finals, while France was outclassed by the Argentina side. Australia will be looking to bounce back and send a message after their loss to the Spaniards after the game went to two over-times and the players felt disrespected by the referees in the loss.

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France will want to get revenge on the Australian side that beat them just a few days earlier.

Their previous matchup saw the Australia team come from behind thanks to a stellar performance from Patty Mills, overcoming the 31 points from Evan Fournier who always finds another level in international play.

Australia has a chance to earn their first medal of any type in international competition and with their previous result against France they will fancy their chances highly.

Can the Australian’s overcome the fatigue from their matchup against Spain, or will the French side reverse their loss from a few days prior and take home the bronze?

A lot of eyes will likely be on Andrew Bogut who unleashed an expletive-riddled tirade at FIBA as he left the court on Friday night.

Tune in to The Roar at 6pm to follow along on what could be a historic day for Australian basketball.

Venue: City Arena Beijing
When: 6pm AEST Sunday
Where: Fox and SBS Viceland

Expected game day squads

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Australia
Point guard: Patty Mills
Shooting guard: Matthew Dellavedova
Small forward: Joe Ingles
Power forward: Jock Landale
Centre: Aron Baynes
Bench: Andrew Bogut, Mitch Creek, Cameron Gliddon, Chris Goulding, Nick Kay, David Barlow, Nathan Sobey

France
Point guard: Evan Fournier
Shooting guard: Axel Toupane
Small forward: Amath M’Baye
Power forward: Frank Ntilikina
Centre: Rudy Gobert
Bench: Nicolas Batum, Nando De Colo, Vincent Poirier, Andrew Albicy, Louis Labeyrie, Mathias Lessort, Paul Lacombe

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