Canada Women's Curling Team
Canada Women's Curling Team celebrate following their win against Great Britain. [Reuters]

In what is a repeat of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, Sweden and Canada battle it out for the gold medal in the women's curling final at the Ice Cube Curling Center at the ongoing Sochi Winter Olympics.

Where to Watch Live

The game is set to begin at 1:30pm GMT. Live coverage of the game will be available on BBC2, red button 2, radio and BBC Online.


Sweden come into the game after registering a comeback victory in the semi-final against Switzerland. The two-time defending champions were trailing 5-4 till the eighth end of the game. But two points in the ninth end gave Fredrik Hallstroem's side the lead before eventually defeating their opponents 7-5 by the conclusion of the game.

Sweden progressed into the semi-final after finishing second and losing to Canada and China in the round robin clashes.

The Canadians humiliated the defending champions to win, 9-3 within eight ends.

Meanwhile, Canada are in dazzling form on the ice in this year's Olympics having won all their games in the competition. Janet Arnott's side boast a 100% record with nine out of nine wins in the round robin encounters before managing a 6-4 win against Great Britain in the semi-final.

Jennifer Jones will be hoping for a similar performance from her compatriots like they did in their previous meeting against Sweden. The 39-year-old will undoubtedly be aiming for revenge for the defeat four years ago hoping to take home a gold medal.



Margaretha Sigfridsson (Skip), Maria Prytz (Vice-Skip), Christina Bertrup, Maria Wennerstroem - Agnes Knochenhauer (Alternative)


Jennifer Jones (Skip), Kaitlyn Lawes (Vice-Skip), Jill Officer, Dawn Mcewen - Kirsten Wall (Alternative)