Under difficult circumstances, Finland managed to take all three points from Euro 2020 The opening match against Denmark in Copenhagen.
In the aftermath of the serious accident that occurred in it Christian Eriksen The match resumed under difficult circumstances and as a result, it became Finland’s first historic win and their appearance in a major final under the radar.
He now travels to St Petersburg to face a Russian team desperate for three points after their defeat to Belgium, but they do so knowing they already have three points on board.
In an ideal world, Markku Kanerva would like to be able to name the same starter eleven, but he may have to make a number of changes depending on the fitness of some of his stars.
Here’s how Finland should line up against Russia on Wednesday.
Luke Hradiki (goalkeeper) Good goalkeeper, Hradike kept busy in the early stages against Denmark but continued to keep a clean sheet after saving a penalty kick.
Jonah Tovio (CB) – A strong central defender who proved his worth during the opening match of Finland, mobilizing the defense brilliantly.
Paulos Araguri (CB) – He defrauded the penalty kick but other than that, he ran a strong showing for Hohkagat.
Daniel O’Shaughnessy (CB) – Of Irish descent, hence the name, O’Shaughnessy is an essential part of the Finnish defensive line and a must-play.
Leo Visanin (RM) Likely to start without Juka Ritala after the winger was injured during the win over Denmark.
Robin Laud (cm) He was deeply involved in facing the Danes, he was one of the top performers in the Finnish blue and should be one of the first names on the team sheet.
Tim Sparff (cm) The captain, the men’s leader, has proven vital in Finland’s effort to break the menacing corridors of Denmark. Team heartbeat.
Glenn Camara (cm) Power in possession and rank in possession. Camara participated in this tournament after being crowned champion with Rangers recently and is showing his confidence.
Jerry Oronen (LM) – The historic goal-maker for Finland in the second half on Saturday, who eventually proved the winner.
Joel Bohjanpalo (ST) He scored Finland’s first-ever goal in a major final and was one of the few real threats in his arsenal.
Teemu Pukki (ST) – Scored 26 goals for Norwich City In the championship last season he is the star of Finland. He works hard with the team and has a lot more to his game than just goals.