Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Spain vs Poland Time and Live Score: Friendly Match 2010

Spain is going to play their final World Cup friendly match against Poland today (8 June) at the Estadio Nueva Condomina, Murcia in Spain. Spanish fans are eagerly waiting to see striker Fernando Torres on the pitch today, but it is less likely coach Vicente del Bosque would rush the Liverpool striker who has recently returned to full training after shaking over his knee injury.


The match kicks off at 20:00 GMT. In Spain and Poland, the match begins at 22:00. In USA, the match starts in New York at 16:00, in California at 13:00.

Live Score

Live updates of the match will be available in the following address:


Considering the fact that Spain would like to finish their World Cup warm-ups on a winning note, the match is very important for the hosts. More than that, coach del Bosque would be looking to sort out the things ahead of Spain’s opening match in the World Cup against Switzerland on 16 June.

There are many who believe Spain should not play their stars in the game in an attempt to avoid any new injury, but del Bosque hinted he would deploy his first choice players in the match. Most probably he wants to have a final look on his first eleven. However, the fans would be praying for the players to come through the match unscathed.

For Poland, they have no pressure going into the match. They failed to clinch a place in the World Cup. So, the Polish players are expected to be determined to get the best possible preparation for Euro 2012 qualifying campaign which kicks off from September this year.

Poland might use this match as part of their preparation for the European Championship qualifying mission. They also have some young talented players who can raise their game to another level with time and can make Poland a striking force in world football.

Spain is definitely one of the hot favorites to win the World Cup Football 2010 title. They are the current European champions and have what it takes to achieve their first ever World Cup glory this year.

They have done excellently well under Vicente del Bosque and Spanish fans are eagerly waiting to see Iker Casillas lifting the World Cup titled on 11 July. However, Spain’s very recent form is not satisfactory at all. They earned a hard-fought victory against South Korea recently thanks to a late strike from Jesús Navas.

It seems Spain coach would use many of his 23 squad members against Poland in an attempt to look at their condition. He would like to use this game to determine his first eleven for the Switzerland opener.

Spain has a deadly midfield line up in the presence of Cesc Fàbregas, Xabi Alonso, Xavi, Andrés Iniesta, Sergio Busquets and David Silva. In attack, they have the in-form striker like David Villa. In goal, they have one of today’s best goalkeeper Iker Casillas. Their defense is a combination of young and experienced players as it features Carles Puyol, Gerard Piqué, Raúl Albiol, Sergio Ramos, Álvaro Arbeloa and Carlos Marchena.

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