Seven nations, including hosts Scotland, have qualified for the next round of the World Mixed Curling Championship ©Getty Images

Seven nations - Canada, Sweden, Switzerland, Scotland Germany, Spain and Italy - have qualified for the next round of the World Mixed Curling Championship in Aberdeen.

Sweden, Germany, Australia, Canada, Denmark and Hungary won both their matches today with one more set of round robin matches to go.

Sweden beat Norway 7-3 before crushing Latvia 10-2.

Germany bagged the first game against the United States 7-4 before edging Estonia 8-7.

Australia recorded 7-4 and 6-4 wins over Slovakia and Luxembourg respectively.

Switzerland were the other team to beak Slovakia today, with a 6-4 margin.   

Defending champions Canada beat Portugal and Hong Kong 7-4 and 8-3 respectively.

Denmark crushed India 9-1 bfore battling to defeat South Korea 6-4.

Hungary started with a 10-3 demolition of Mexico before edging England 6-5.

Ireland also won two games, first with a 6-2 scoreline over Nigeria, before adding another 8-3 win against Ukraine.

Hosts Scotland meanwhile won their only game of the day by getting the better of Austria 11-6.

Italy, despite qualifying for the next round, went down 4-9 to Spain, who are also through.

But they won their second match of the against Wales 6-4.

India was the victim again as Finland beat them 8-2 in their only match of the day.  

New Zealand suffered an embarrassing 1-12 defeat against Slovenia while the Czech Republic recorded a massive 9-2 win over Chinese Taipei.