Match: Czech Republic vs England
EURO 2020 – Qualification
Date: Friday, 11 October 2019
Kick-off at 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET
Venue: Sinobo Stadium (Prague)
If two members of the group clash, we can rightly expect an exciting meeting. At the beginning of the calendar, the Three Lions, Borek Dockal and their children were asked to participate in the qualification process, but Kosovo unexpectedly mixed its name with admirable results. The Czech contingent must get the most out of this draw at home.
- These two met in the same tournament, then the Englishman won at home with 5: 0.
- Gareth Southgate’s men have never failed to score at least two goals per game.
- Over the past decade, Harry Kane and his sons have set a 100% unbeaten record.
- or official games, the record is 100% victories for the Three Lions.
The Southgate men have been released since they took over as chiefs. After her incredible career at the World Cup, she extended to the League of Nations and now to the European qualifying campaign.
At the moment, the team is at the top of the table and did it in style. Although they played fewer games than the other teams in the group, they have a good advantage at the top and almost doubled the number of goals scored against the next offensive team and half conceded less than the next. defensive unit
Although the men of Jaroslav Silhavy have an advantage at home, we must take into account the fact that in the first game of the competition these two horns were seen, after England had won with an impressive 5-0.
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At the moment, Kosovo risks being upset and therefore no cavalry will try to take things easy and will ask us to take unnecessary risks.
Furthermore, the Czechs have not won against this opponent in the last ten years and have lost all official ties. Also remember that England has scored at least five goals in every game of this tournament and everyone will be excited to continue this dynamic.
Despite the support of the local population, you can count on Dockal and his kids to lose this Friday.
- England wins 1.50 (1/2)
- More than 1.5 goals for English teams in 1.60 (3/5)