Spain v Bosnia Herzegovina Live
Spain will be without star striker Fernando Torres when they take on Bosnia-Herzegovina in their upcoming World Cup qualifying match on Saturday. Watch all the live footy action here on Live Sport Network.
The 24-year old striker limped off the field during Liverpool's 0-0 draw against Aston Villa on Sunday and could be out of contention for nearly three weeks. Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic has been called up as the replacement with coach Vicente del Bosque expected to field David Villa as the lone striker.
Krkic was in line to be called up by Serbia coach Radomir Antic who was looking to persuade the teenager to opt for the Serbian national team rather than Spain but del Bosque and Krkic himself has stated that his future lies with Spain. del Bosque has nipped the problem in its bud by calling up the striker who has played for Spain at both Under-17 and Under-21 levels.
Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas has also been recalled to the squad after he missed del Bosque's first squad due to an injury. However the 21-year old has recovered well and put up a good performance in Arsenal's 4-0 victory over FC Twente last week.
Spain have had a easy draw for their World Cup qualifiers with the side pitted with Turkey and Belgium in Group 5. del Bosque's side are expected to progress easily from the group and will be looking forward to improve on their Round of 16 finish from the 2006 World Cup finals.
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