The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team is set to face New Zealand on Saturday after a heartbreaking 3-0 defeat to Sweden ended their 44-game undefeated streak. In order to advance to the knockout round, the game is considered a "must win."

The match kicks off in Tokyo at 7:30 a.m. ET on NBCSN. It is also available on Telemundo, with streams also available through NBCOlympics.com, FuboTV and the Telemundo Deportes App.

Eight teams advance to the knockout round. The U.S. will likely need at least a win and a draw to have a chance to advance.

The defeat to Sweden marked the first time since 2008 the side lost a game by multiple goals, the first time in 73 games where they failed to score a goal, and the first time they lost a game in regulation since 2011. 

“We got our asses kicked, didn’t we? I thought we were a little tight, a little nervous, just doing dumb stuff,” Megan Rapinoe said after the loss.

“It’s obvious we put ourselves in a big hole, but we’re the only ones who can get ourselves out of it. It’s not going to be easy. We got to get positive results in the next two games, but the fact there is still a chance [means] I know this team is not going to give up,” said head coach Vlatko Andonoski 

The U.S. faces Australia on July 27. Australia beat New Zealand, 1-0.