Vietnamese women’s volleyball team (Photo: AVC) After enjoying a victory over Taiwan (China), the Vietnamese team avoided the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) and Thailand, the two strongest teams remaining in the competition. The Vietnamese women’s team are expected to enjoy an easy win with their opponents from Kazakhstan being considered the weakest team remaining in the tournament. The quarterfinal clash is set to take place in Hanoi on July 19. During the second qualifying round on July 18, Vietnam suffered a 3-1 defeat to China, finishing second in their group as a result.
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