February 19, 2014 at 8:11 am

Canada, Sweden through to women's curling finals

Canada's Skip Jennifer Jones celebrates after throwing the last stone to win the game during the women's semi-final match between Great Britain and Canada at the Ice Cube curling centre in Sochi on Feb. 19, 2014, during the 2014 Sochi winter Olympics. Canada won the game 6-4 to advance to the gold medal game. (Adrian Dennis / Getty Images)

Sochi, Russia — Canada and Sweden will play off for the gold medal in women’s Olympic curling after winning semifinal games that went to the final shot on Wednesday.

The Canadians stole a point in the second end and never surrendered their grip in a 6-4 win over world champion Britain.

Sweden, the two-time defending champion, beat Switzerland 7-5 after Swiss skip Mirjam Ott was heavy with a draw shot on her last rock.

Canada will be considered the favorite after going through the round-robin stage undefeated with nine wins — an unprecedented feat in women’s Olympic curling.

Canada beat the Swedes 9-3 in the round robin.

Britain will play Switzerland for the bronze medal. Both medal games are on Thursday.