The U.S. women's basketball team is just two wins away from claiming its fifth straight gold medal at the Olympics.

Team USA is set to face Australia in the semifinals of the 2012 Games. The contest will be broadcast live at noon on the NBC Sports Network. If you can't get to a television, you can watch a free live stream online by clicking here.

Like all of their games in London, Team USA is expected to have an easy victory. They are favored by 24.5 points, according to the online betting Web site, Bovada.

The U.S. has been utterly dominant this year. In their six games, they have yet to win by less than 27 points. However, the last time they faced Australia, the United States came close to being upset. They won 83-75 in the second round of the 2010 FIBA World Championship.

Australia is led by Lauren Jackson, who is considered one of the best female players out there. U.S. assistant coach Doug Bruno is not taking the team's seminal opponent lightly, and says they will have to control the paint.

"On the interior, you could say they actually have an advantage over us based on their height," said the DePaul head coach. "We need to rebound the ball. We can't give them second chances."

If the U.S. wins, they'll face the winner of the Russia-France match up on Saturday in the gold medal game.