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Friday, 8 June 2012

Russia v Czech Rep online video Free Live UEFA European Championship Preview -8 June -2012,20:45 CET

Russia v Czech Rep Live Stream online video UEFA European Championship 2012 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on  06/8/12 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Russia v Czech Rep Stream Free online video Video Of UEFA European Championship Friday 8 June 2012 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 20:00 CET.UEFA European Championship ,Watch Video online video Live online video,Russia v Czech Rep Live Streaming Video ,Russia v Czech Rep Stream,Russia v Czech Rep Streaming,Russia v Czech Rep Live, Russia v Czech Rep online video,Russia v Czech Rep Results,UEFA European Championship  Fixtures.TEAM NEWS:Russia are expected to have a fully-fit squad for their Group A opener.
Goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev, right-back Aleksandr Anyukov and striker Roman Pavlyuchenko all emerged from their final training session unscathed following knocks.
Czech striker Milan Baros returned to training on Thursday after recovering from the thigh strain that sidelined him earlier in the week.
Tomas Rosicky had been a concern but is now fit after a calf problem.
Russia, who reached the semi-finals four years ago, recorded an impressive 3-0 friendly win over Italy last week but coach Dick Advocaat is in cautious mood.
One friendly victory, even if it was a thrashing of Italy, doesn't make us the Euro favourites," said Advocaat, who is stepping down after the finals to take over Dutch side PSV Eindhoven.
We should remain realists - it was just a warm-up game.
t's good that we scored three goals against Italy to boost our team's self-confidence but we still need to improve our defence to avoid serious problems in the group matches with the Czechs, Poland and Greece."

Rosicky believes Arsenal team-mate Andrey Arshavin, who left The Emirates on loan in January to rejoin Zenit St Petersburg, is Russia's main threat.
He said: "When you watch matches of the Russian team, Andrey is still the key player in the national team.
Andrey is still a great player, and there's no doubt he will represent an enormous danger for us."

It was under their former guises that both the Soviets (1960) and the Czechs (1976) enjoyed European Championship glory, the only major trophy that either nation can lay claim to. Historically, the Czechs have saved their best form for this competition and have qualified on all five occasions since their "velvet divorce" from Slovakia in 1993. Sixteen years ago, they famously lost out to Oliver Bierhoff's golden goal as Germany won the final of Euro 96, while in 2004 it took surprise package Greece to stop them at the semi-final stage. Russia reached the last four in 2008 under Dutchman Guus Hiddink, losing out to eventual winners Spain. They have another Dutchman at the helm this time around in Dick Advocaat, although he will leave at the end of the tournament.

The Russians start as favourites to qualify from Group A, perceived by many as the easiest to advance from. Advocaat has selected a squad largely based on the talent assembled by Hiddink four years ago. With an average age of just over 28, there is a sense that this particular Russian side is in its peak, having grown up together. Despite not qualifying for the 2010 World Cup, this could be their chance to shine.

Michal Bilek's Czech side faced a battle simply to qualify, eventually pipping Scotland to a runners-up spot and then edging out Montenegro in a play-off to book their place at Euro 2012. They will benefit from playing all three group matches in the Polish city of Wroclaw, roughly 59 miles from the Polish/Czech border. They may not be official co-hosts but the Czechs have gate-crashed the party and are primed to make the most of their neighbour's hospitality.

UEFA European Championship 

Match : Russia v Czech Rep

Friday Date   8 June 2012

Kick Off Time: 19:45 BST

Venue :Municipal Stadium

Live/Repeat: Live 

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