Russia v Spain Live
A young and exciting Russia will face an equally electrifying Spain in the second semi-final of Euro 2008 at the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna. Live Sport Network brings all the action from Euro 2008 live to your laptop or PC. Tune into out dedicated members area and enjoy uninterrupted streaming football for a nominal fee.
Russia have proved to be the surprise package of Euro 2008 beating Netherlands in their quarterfinals. Guus Hiddink's young brigade have bounced back nicely after being buried 4-1 by Spain. Russia managed to oust Greece and Sweden before outfoxing the Dutch.
Andrei Arshavin has been their most prolific player thus far in the tournament. He ran the Dutch defence ragged and won admiration from none other than Dutch coach Marco Van Basten. It is expected he will prove a handful to Spain as well.
However Hiddink will be without Denis Kolodin and attacking midfielder Dmitri Torbinski who picked up yellow cards in the quarterfinals and will miss the Spain game. Kolodin will be particularly missed as he troubled Edwin van Der Sar no end with his long range shots.
Russia Star Predictions: Andrei Arshavin and Roman Pavlyuchenko
Spain are the only team remaining in Euro 2008 to have won all three group games. In their quarterfinal against Italy, Iker Casillas proved to be the hero saving two penalty kicks to ensure Spain did not fall a prey to the June 22 penalty curse once again.
Coach Luis Aragones has plenty of talent at his disposal and will hope his side can repeat the dose handed out in the group game against Russia. David Villa who scored the hat trick in their opener is raring to go as is Fernando Torres.
Spain Star Predictions: Iker Casillas, Xavi, Torres and Villa
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