Hiddink without injuries ahead of Sweden showdown
Russia coach Guus Hiddink appears to be without any injuries following his side's 1-0 victory over Greece in a Group D match Saturday in Salzburg, the dpa reported.
There were initial fears over Yuri Zhirkov and Diniyar Bilyaletdinov as they had taken knocks but both players took part Sunday's recuperation training session in Leogang, which was watched by around 1,000 Russian fans.
Midfielder Dmitri Torbinski only did some light jogging while the players who didn't play a full match, including the suspended Andrei Arshavin, played a training match.
Hiddink has refused to confirm whether Arshavin would play in Wednesday's final group game against Sweden, which they have to win in order to book a quarter-final clash against the Netherlands, saying only that the Zenit St Petersburg star lacked match practice.