The Russian Olympic (B) team, made up of young players, will play their second friendly match against hosts South Korea.
Yesterday, Russia beat their South Korean opponents 4:3 in the first meeting, holding off a late fightback. Russia did have a 3:0 lead, but as a result of poor defensive play during the third period, South Korea almost completed a dramatic comeback. These two friendly games are being held at the stadium where the 2018 Olympic Games will take place in a year's time.
This is the Russian Olympic team squad which has been taken to South Korea:
Goalkeepers: Ilya Ezhov (Lada), Andrei Kareev (Neftekhimik), Igor Ustinsky (Avtomobilist);
Defensemen: Vladislav Naumov, Fyodor Belyakov (both Sibir), Vladislav Provolnev, Yaroslav Dyblenko (both Spartak), Alexei Vasilevsky (Avtomobilist), Gleb Koryagin (Lada), Dmitry Ogurtsov (Neftekhimik), Vadim Kudako (Severstal);
Forwards: Sergei Shumakov, Stepan Sannikov, Konstantin Okulov (all Sibir), Vyacheslav Leschenko (Spartak), Kirill Semyonov (Metallurg Nk), Anatoly Golyshev (Avtomobilist), Viktor Komarov, Anton Shenfeld (both Lada), Vladislav Ushenin, Vyacheslav Ushenin, Kirill Kapustin (all Amur), Mikhail Vorobyov (Salavat Yulaev Ufa).
The South Korea - Russia match will begin at 08:00 Moscow time. Match TV have a live broadcast: