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Match of the Day Live: Euro 2004

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Spain v Portugal or Russia v Greece
With teams battling for a quarter-final place, live coverage of one of the final Group A matches (kick-offs 7.45).
At Lisbon's 52,000-seater Jose Alvalade stadium, hosts Portugal face Spain - a local derby that pits Real Madrid stars Luis Figo and Raul against each other.
In the other scheduled match, Russia face Greece in Faro-Loule's Estadio Algarve. The Russians had the job of beating Wales in a play-off before reaching the finals, while the Greek's topped their qualifying group ahead of Spain. Dmitri Sychev - regarded as Russia's answer to
Michael Owen -will be the man the Greeks need to watch.
Hosted by Gary Lineker , with commentary from
Barry Davies , Mark Bright , John Motson and Joe Royle. The choice of match will be decided nearer the time -visit www.radiotimes.com for schedule updates. Digital viewers can see the match not shown on BBC1 on BBCi by pressing the red button on their TV handset. BBCi: digital viewers can access a range of extra services through their remote control, including alternative commentary, rolling highlights of the current game. and match statistics. Pius 10.00-11.00pm fans can join Ray Stubbs 's discussion on 6-0-6 Interactive on Radio 5 Live
BBC MAGAZINE: Euro 2004: a Match of the Day Special, price £3.95

Contributors

Unknown: Jose Alvalade
Unknown: Luis Figo
Unknown: Michael Owen
Unknown: Gary Lineker
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Mark Bright
Unknown: John Motson
Unknown: Joe Royle.
Unknown: Ray Stubbs

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Match of the Day Live: Euro 2004

BBC One London, 20 June 2004 19.30






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