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Scots can reach the final four, says Caroline Weir

Caroline Weir, the Scotland captain, believes her side can beat the Netherlands tonight and win a place in the semi-finals of the Women's Under-19 Championship.

The Scots are top of Group A following a 2-0 win over Belgium in the opening match, with another three points enough for them to reach the last four. Hosts Norway, who drew with the Dutch in their first game, face Belgium.

"If we qualify, that's great but we know it's going to be a tough game against Holland," said Weir. "We drew 2-2 with them in a friendly in March and they are a physical team, who play as you would expect the Dutch would. But if we play well then we have a good chance of beating them."

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