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Tim writes: 'i think greece will play germany and that will be a big rival match because of the euro'
That's it! It's all over and Greece have unbelievably upset the odds to beat Russia and progress to the quarter finals. Resolute defending and sheer passion has seen them overcome a Russia side who constantly threatened, but always lacked that something special in the final third.
Holebas recieves a yellow card. He will miss the quarter final which Greece will surely play in now.
Pogreyak sees his powerfully struck shot saved well by Sifakis, but the referee had blown his whislte, noting the striker's handball in the build up and shows him a yellow card.
Another change for Greece now, with youngster Ninis coming on for Salpigidis.
Final roll of the dice for Russia now as Izmailov comes on for Anyukov. Can they get the equaliser they so badly need?
Dick Advocaat makes an alteration now, with Pogreyak coming on for Glushakov.
A really reckless challenge from Dzagoev on Katsouranis earns him a yellow card, as things get a bit heated here in Warsaw.
Chance at the other end now as Zhirkov fouls Salpigidis to provide Greece with a free-kick in a good shooting position, earning a yellow card in the process.
Fernando Santos may fear that Karagounis will get into more trouble, and decides to replace him with Makos. Katsouranis is handed the captain's armband.
Greece make a change now, Holebas coming on for Gekas in what is quite clearly a defensive move.
Controversial decision by Eriksson to book Karagounis for diving after he was seemingly fouled by Ignashevich in the box. Karagounis is outraged.
Pavlyuchenko has come on for Kerzhakov, in an expected change from Dick Advocaat.
After being 4/1 outsiders to win this match, Greece have shortened to 10/11 to close out the victory following their last gasp goal in the first half. Russia are 3/1 to turn the game around and win, while the draw is available at 2/1. I would expect a strong reaction from Russia in this second half, and you can now get odds of 5/1 for them to win the match 2-1.
Eriksson blows his half time whistle after some late drama here.
GOAL - Karagounis!
Timal writes: 'Greece vs Russia. Russia is odds on fav here. So I hope they will win. Because I bet Russia. I think Russia +2 or more goals.'
If you fancy a bet on this one, our friends at Sky Bet have made Russia their 8/11 favourites, with Greece unfancied at 4/1 while the draw is available at 5/2. It's hard to look past the Russians for this game, and I would tip them to win 2-1, which is available at 15/2. Visit www.skybet.com to place your bets before and during tonight's game.
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