Quarterfinals pairings were set in the final second round games. Russia – Czech Republic, Belgium – France, Hungary – Spain, Slovak Republic – Italy.
In the relegation round England is still winless, while Serbia’s win over Turkey gave them Turks first loss and means that the top three teams are all level with 2 wins and 1 loss.
Maria Goula (Greece, SG) 16 points, 3 assists in W against Sweden
Angela Salvadores (Spain, PG) 22 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals in W against Czech Republic
Laia Flores (Spain, SF) 15 points, 5 steals in W against Czech Republic
Esther Fokke (Netherlands, F) 16 points, 8 rebounds, 6 turnovers in L against Croatia
Iva Slonjsak (Croatia, SF) 16 points, 9 rebounds in W against Netherlands
Patricia Bura (Croatia, C) 15 points, 10 rebounds in W against Netherlands
Cecilia Zandalasini (Italy, F) 15 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals in W against France
Serife Onar (Turkey, PG) 20 points in L against Serbia
Aleksandra Crvendakic (Serbia, F) 23 points, 8 rebounds in W against Turkey
Emma Stach (Germany, PG) 22 points, 10 rebounds in W against England
Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia and Bulgaria have also qualified for the quarterfinals. Quarterfinal pairings will be Finland – Bulgaria, Portugal – Slovenia, Ukraine – Latvia, Lithuania – Poland.
Alina Batkovska (Ukraine, PG) 15 points in W against Israel
Simone Costa (Portugal, SF) 15 points, 3 rebounds in W against Denmark
Laura Juskaite (Lithuania, SG) 18 points, 13 assists in L against Finland
Tuuli Menna (Finland, PF) 23 points, 8 rebounds in W against Lithuania
Maria Kamburova (Bulgaria, PF) 16 points, 19 rebounds in W against Belarus
Borislava Hristova (Bulgaria, C) 25 points, 10 rebounds in W against Belarus
Darya Panasiuk (Belarus, SF) 23 points, 8 rebounds in L against Bulgaria
Maja Jakobic (Slovenia, PF) 17 points, 4 rebounds in L against Poland
Monika Radomska (Poland, PF) 16 points in W against Slovenia