Great Britain take on Spain in their final game in Group A on Friday (12 August).
Where to watch live
The match starts at 9pm BST. The hockey matches of the Rio 2016 Olympics will be telecast live on BBC One, BBC Four and Red Button in the United Kingdom. In addition to this, there will be up to 24 HD video streams to follow the event on desktop, mobile and tablet.
Below is a list of all Olympics 2016 Hockey broadcasters from across the world.
Great Britain have had a mixed tournament so far and come into this game placed fifth in the Group A table with four points from four games. Their last game saw them lose 1-2 to arch-rivals Australia which hurt their chances of sealing a knock-out spot.
The Three Lions are in a must win situation in the encounter against Spain if they are to have any chance of qualifying for the knock-out stage. Even a win here will not guarantee them a spot in the knock-out as they will move to seven points, with their fate depending on how New Zealand and Australia fare in their games.
Ideally, Great Britain would want both New Zealand and Australia to lose, which would help them sneak into the fourth spot in the table.
Spain, who are currently placed second in the league table, with nine points from four games, have already qualified for the knock-out stages. Even a loss here means, they will either finish second or third in the table.
The Spaniards come into this game after suffering their first loss in the tournament, beaten 3-1 by Belgium. Despite the loss, the Red Sticks will be pleased with their current situation as they were not expected to qualify for the knock-out rounds at the start of Rio 2016 Olympics.
Goalkeepers: George Pinner, James Bailey
Defenders: Henry Weir, Mikey Hoare, Dan Fox, Dan Shingles
Midfielders: Ashley Jackson, Harry Martin, Alastair Brogdon, Adam Dixon, Barry Middleton, Nick Catlin, David Ames, Ian Sloan
Forwards: Sam Ward, Mark Gleghorne, Simon Mantell
Goalkeepers: Francisco Cortes, Pol-Garcia Gascon
Defenders: David Alegre, Oriol Bach, Jordi Carrera, Sergi Enrique, Andres Mir, Alfonso Moreno, Bosco Perez, Ricardo Sanchez, Ricardo Santana
Midfielders: Alejandro Fruit, Miguel Delas, Alvaro Iglesias, Salvador Piera, Vicens Ruiz, Salles Marc, Manel Terrace
Forwards: Albert Beltran, Alex Casasayas, Jorge Gabriel Dabanch, Xavier Lleonart, Roc Oliva, Pau Quemada
Below is a list of TV channels that would air the game around the world:
|Argentina||America Movil, DirecTV, ESPN, Fox Sports|
|Brazil||Fox Sports Brazil|
|Colombia||ESPN, Fox Sports|
|France||France 4, Foot+|
|Hong Kong||TVB Sport|
|Middle East||beIN Sports Arabia|
|Spain||TVE La 1, TDP|
|United States||USA Network, NBC Sports|