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Spain face their biggest test of this World Cup so far as they look to book a place in their first ever World Cup final when they take on Germany in their semi final clash on Wednesday. Watch every second of live 2010 World Cup action by signing up with us here on Live Sport Network.
The reigning European champions have lived up to their expectations by making it to the semi finals but have looked far from their best, scoring just six goals from their five games so far in this competition.Spain struggled against Paraguay for most of the game with both sides being awarded penalties but Oscar Cardozo saw his shot saved brilliantly by Iker Casillas while Xabi Alonso also failed to beat the Paraguay keeper. David Villa once again came to Spain’s rescue by scoring his fifth goal in last four games with just seven minutes remaining on the clock to send Spain to their first ever semi final appearance in the competition.
Germany on the other hand had a far more comfortable outing as they successfully exploited Argentina’s weak defense to slam home four goals and secure a thumping victory over the South American side. Germany are now clear favorites to lift the trophy and Spain coach Vicente del Bosque will be aware that his side will have to improve on their performance if they are to have any hopes of making it to the final.
The Spanish coach has all of his players available for selection though Fernando Torres is likely to be dropped to the bench after yet another disappointing performance. Germany on the other hand will be without key player Thomas Muller who was shown a yellow card against Argentina.
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