The tenth Korfball World Championships are finished with The Netherlands as world champion. Let's look back at the results and have some analysis about it compared to recent championships.
Today 7 November is the last day for those countries competing for the places nine to sixteen. This is the prediction of how the games will end today.
The game of Catalunya against China turns out not to end so close as wished as the Spanish province wins with a comfortable 32-23.
In the last test before the final games, Belgium convinces only one half in their semi final against England, winning 30-14.
Germany proves the more solid squad against Russia and gets a deserved win, which ends larger than needed, 17-24.
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Today the semi finals of the 2015 Korfball World Championships are held in Antwerp, Belgium for the top eight places and these are our predictions
If the semi final between Taiwan and The Netherlands makes one thing clear, it's that Taiwan reaching the final of a korfball world championship is far away, after the 17-40 Dutch victory.
Russia has more determination than Australia in the key game for second place in pool A, winning 28-36, while in Tielen the key game between Czech Republic and Germany is won by the Germans 21-24, securing second place for them.