Spain vs Finland Live Stream Free Football: Watch Online World Cup 2014 Qualifiers Soccer

Spain vs Finland takes place on Friday night in what should be an intriguing encounter as teams ramp up for the final run of games in their World Cup 2014 qualifying campaigns. The game will kick off at 2.30 p.m. ET and can be watched online through free live stream (details below).

(Photo: Reuters/Miro Kuzmanovic)Spain's soccer stars Fernando Torres (right) and Sergio Ramos attend a training session May 27, 2012.

Spain will be traveling to Helsinki for this game, which should provide an extra challenge for the World and European champions.

Most people would look at the two teams here and decide that Spain would certainly win the game, with most predicting a big win for the Spanish. However, Finland have shown some good form in recent months, and they have a lot to play for. If they can steal even a point tonight it would be a massive boost for them in their quest to qualify for Brazil 2014.

Many would also remember that last year Finland were able to steal a 1-1 draw in Gijon in the first meeting between these two.

Finland will come into this game even more confident that they can gain something, although they will understand the threat from the Spanish is immense.

Spain will be tense; they are only a point ahead of France at the top of Group I, and they will desperately want to make sure they qualify automatically by winning the group. Whoever falls second may have to try and qualify through the playoffs, which is something all the big teams want to avoid.

Finland still have a mathematical chance of finishing in the top two of Group I, but they will need some shocking results between now and the end of the campaign.

Spain vs Finland kicks off at 2.30 p.m. ET and can be watched online through free live stream by clicking here.