1. Russian and Spanish fans posing for a photo with flags, singing in Spanish
2. Close of Spanish fan holding a Russian girl in his arms, man putting a wig on the girl's head, singing and dancing
3. Close of Spanish fan wearing a traditional beret
4. Mid of a Spanish fan with two Russian girls and waving the Russian flag, shouting
5. Close of Spanish fan shouting in a megaphone, people watching him in the background
6. Two Spanish fans playing football, with a Spanish fan giving commentary on a megaphone, people watching
7. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) group of four Spanish fans, no names given ++TRANSLATION NOT VERBATIM++:
"It's going to be 3-0. We're going to win. We don't really like the coach however he's doing well."
8. Wide of Russian cheerleaders ending a dance, clapping and cheering
9. Russian cheerleaders shouting and clapping and taking pictures
10. Wide of Russian girls posing for pictures, holding three Russian flags
11. Close up on Russian Girl holding the Russian Flag, dancing
12. SOUNDBITE (Russian), Russian fan, no name given: ++TRANSLATION NOT VERBATIM++
"We trust in our team and we know they will make it far. They will win tomorrow."
13. Wide of shop with fan articles, man shifting through Sport shirts, banner reading (English): "Fan-Shop", Russian and German Flag
14. Mid of Russian and Spanish T-shirts in shop window, german football hat in the middle, with footballs
Spanish and Russian supporters arrived in Vienna on Wednesday in festive mood ahead of Thursday's semi-final of the Euro 2008 Championship.
AP Television footage showed fans from both teams partying together in the Austrian city, taking pictures, dancing and waving flags.
Spanish fans played football in the street, while a group of Russian supporters entertained onlookers with some improvised cheerleading routines.
Both sets of fans were confident of a positive outcome tomorrow night, knowing a win would take their team to Sunday's final.
"We trust in our team and we know they will make it far. They will win tomorrow," a Russian fan told AP Television.
Russia coach Guus Hiddink wants his young team to avoid schoolboy errors when it gets a second chance to beat undefeated Spain.
Hiddink blasted his players for giving the ball away too easily after losing to Spain 4-1 in their group opener, and they seem to have learned the lesson.
Two weeks later, the Russians have kicked Greece, Sweden and the Netherlands out of the tournament while conceding only one goal.
Spain knows they're up against a different Russia this time, not least because playmaker Andrei Arshavin is back in Hiddink's team after serving a two-match suspension in the group stage.
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