The last team to get the ticket for the World Olympic Qualifying Tournament is the Czech Republic.
The former champs easily beat Lithuania in the classification game for fifth place 93-54 and finished the tournament with two wins in a row.
Fifth-placed games don't usually have the biggest meaning, but Sunday's showdown at the 2007 EuroBasket Women between the yet-reigning champions Czech Republic and 1997 title-holders Lithuania still has loads of meaning.
The winner captures the final berth in the pre-qualification tournament for the 2008 Olympics.
Egle Sulciute’s late three-pointer capped a terrific comeback as Lithuania shocked France 67-65 to keep alive their hopes of playing at the Beijing Games in 2008.
The Baltic side trailed by as many as 14 points but persevered and edged Les Bleues.
The last time France and Lithuania met at a EuroBasket Women it was the semi-finals of 2001, and it wasn't a good memory for one side.
France won 75-44 on their way to the gold.
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