Curling - Canada book Scotland semi after beating US

Canada skip Rachel Homan believes if her rink play like they did in their page three-four play-off win over USA against Scotland then they will be in the gold medal match at the World Women's Curling Championships.

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Homan set up a semi-final showdown with Scottish skip Eve Muirhead after defeating Erika Brown's American rink 7-6 with the winners going on to face Sweden and Margaretha Sigfridsson in the final in Riga.

And Homan, who has now won her last five outings in Latvia, is adamant that should her rink perform the same against Scotland then Muirhead will be playing the USA for bronze and not Sweden for gold.

"We had a very strong game, the whole team, and there were great shots we made. We've just got to keep going and do the same thing," said Homan.

"I guess we're on a roll with five wins in a row. We want to keep it going obviously, we really want to get into that gold medal game, so we've got one more to go yet.

"I think if we play like that, I don't think anyone's going to beat us. We've just got to keep playing like that, stay confident and support each other."

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