- Venue: Sinobo Stadium Prague
- Friday: October 11th, 19:45
- Referee : Damir Skomina
The Three Lions are confident so far in these EURO 2020 qualifications, and we might see them finishing with a perfect record if they continue to play in the same manner. As you can see, England is extremely dominant in Group A, and they don’t have a proper rival. Meanwhile, the Czech Republic will have a huge fight for that second place with Kosovo, and every point is worth gold for this team. So far, they haven’t impressed with performances, and a 5-0 loss at Wembley still hurts Jaroslav Šilhavý’s boys.
After suffering a sensational loss to Kosovo on the road, 2-1, the Czechs bounced back with a massive win in Montenegro, 0-3. That win brought them back to life, and at the moment they have one point more than the Kosovars. Not losing against England would almost secure their trip to the EURO. But that is easier said than done. The last six matches this side played all ended with over 2.5 goals, and in just one of them, the Czechs didn’t score. They have a solid team but limited for some big results, and over the recent few years, we could see that they struggled against top nations of European football. This generation if far away from those who played a major role in the international stage during the late ’90s and the beginning of this century.
Only once England didn’t score five goals during these qualifiers, and that was when they defeated Bulgaria with 4-0 at Wembley. In all other matches, their rivals could feel the fury of Southgate’s crew. In the last ten games, the Three Lions have 8 wins, and 2 draws, with the note that one of those two draws turned out to be a loss after the extra times in the semifinals of the UEFA Nations League against the Netherlands. Only two contests during that period haven’t seen three or more goals, which tells us that we could rely on high efficiency when England plays.
|22.03.19||England 5:0 Czech Republic||EUR|
|20.08.08||England2:2 Czech Republic||FI|
Patrik Schick is the biggest star of the hosts, and AC Milan’s striker is the top scorer of the team. He is in great shape in both the national team and back in the Italian championship and will be the biggest threat for Southgate’s guys.
The English team comes with the best possible squad, and it is very likely to see Tammy Abraham right from the first minute on the pitch instead of Marcus Rashford. Chelsea’s striker has been fantastic recently, unlike United’s attacker.
The odds in England’s win are quite solid when we calculate the risks involved here. Unibet odds at 21/50 are good, and that is why we propose taking this offer and investing some money on it. Although the home side desperately needs at least one point here, be sure that the Three Lions aren’t going to be merciful.
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