England and the Czech Republic meet at Wembley Stadium, in a match for this phase of the Qualification Round for the European Championship (Qualifying Round). There is no recent record of direct confrontations between these two teams, who have not played any matches in the last 3 years. The last time they met was on 08-08-2008, in a match that ended with the final score: England (2-2) Czech Republic.
The home team had direct access to this group stage, so they will play their first match in this edition of the competition. The team comes to this match after a home win against Croatia by (2-1). In the last 10 home matches for all competitions, England have won 6, tied 2 and lost 2. Their offense has scored frequently, since they have scored goals in 8 of the last 10 matches. In the last 14 home matches for all competitions there is 1 period that stands out: they have conceded 3 of their 8 goals between minutes (46′-60 ‘).
The England team enters this game motivated, after a 2-1 victory against Croatia, runner-up in the world, in a game for the League of Nations. The English team usually acts in a tactical system in 4-3-3, favoring fast transitions. In this tactical drawing, the intervener with the most influence in the game of his team is Tottenham midfielder, Dele Alli. The striker Harry Kane is responsible for throwing the panic in the opponent’s defensive: it should be noted that this player has great quality at the time of finalizing. For this game, coach Gareth Southgate can count on his best players.
The visiting team had direct access to this group stage, so they will play their first match in this edition of the competition. The team comes to this match after a home victory over Slovakia by (1-0). In the last 10 away matches for all competitions, the Czech Republic has won 6 and lost 4. Their offense has scored frequently, since they have scored goals in 8 of the last 10 matches. In 15 games, he never got the comeback in the 5 games in which he suffered the first goal. In the last 13 home matches for all competitions there is 1 period that stands out: they have scored 7 of their 18 goals between minutes (16′-30 ‘).
The Czech team enters this motivated game, after a 1-0 triumph at the reception in Slovakia, in a game for the League of Nations: the only goal of the team was scored by Schick. The spearhead Patrick Schick, player of the Roma, is the most offensive reference of the Czech team and his best weapon is the completion. The two responsible for supporting this striker are Pavelka and Dockal, being the last, player of Sparta Prague, very competent in the offensive organization. Apparently, the usual players will be available.