Canada defeated Argentina 58-41 on Saturday, June 30, 2012, to reach the final game at the FIBA Olympic qualifying tournament in Turkey.

Canada defeated Argentina 58-41 on Saturday, June 30, 2012, to reach the final game at the FIBA Olympic qualifying tournament in Turkey.

ANKARA, TURKEY - The Canadian women’s basketball team is still alive in its pursuit of the final qualification spot for the London Games.

Canada defeated Argentina 58-41 on Saturday to reach the final game at the FIBA Olympic qualifying tournament .

Courtnay Pilypaitis of Orleans, Ont., led all scorers with 12 points.

Canada and Japan will square off Sunday with the last remaining London spot on the line.

Japan advanced with a 79-51 win over Korea.

The Czech Republic, Croatia, Turkey and France all locked up Olympic berths with victories Friday.

Canada head coach Allison McNeill admitted her players will have to be at their very best to make it to the Games.

“Japan is a team that has really caught fire in this tournament” McNeill said in a FIBA press release. “My team is going to really have to match their energy and I guess Japan will be looking to match our intensity also.

“If we play defence the way we did against Argentina then I think we can be successful and make it to London.”