Montenegro and the Czech Republic meet at Stadion Pod Goricom, in a match for this phase of the Qualification for the European Championship (Qualifying Round).
After 2 draws and 2 losses, the home team is currently in 5th position, with 2 points won. In the last match, he lost by (3-0) against the Czech Republic, after in the previous match, having tied for (1‑1) at home with Kosovo. The team comes to this match after a home victory with Hungary by (2‑1). In the last 9 games played at home for all competitions, Montenegro won 2, drew 2 and lost 5.
For this competition, he did not win any of the last 4 games. The team has not been very strong defensively, since they have always suffered goals in the last 4 games, but their attack has scored regularly, since they scored goals in 3 of the last 4 games for this competition. In 15 games, he only got 1 comeback in the 8 games in which he suffered the first goal.
Montenegro comes to this motivated match, after a 2-1 victory against Hungary. Montenegrins usually play in 4-3-3, favoring a slower style of play, channeling the attack through the central zone. In this tactical scheme, the three players generally chosen to act in the front line are Haksabanovic, Boljevic and Beciraj and in the most central part of the field they are likely to line Savicevic, Kosovic and Vukcevic. Defender Filip Stojkovic cannot contribute to his team, because he is suspended from all competitions.
Czech Republic :
After 2 wins and 2 losses, the visiting team is currently in 3rd position, with 6 points won. In the last match, they lost (2‑1) against Kosovo, after in the previous match, they won by (3‑0) at home with Montenegro. In its last 10 away matches, the Czech Republic records 5 wins and 5 losses. The team allowed goals to the opponent in 3 of the last 4 games, so he has not presented great defensive solidity, but his attack has scored regularly, since he scored goals in 3 of the last 4 games for this competition. In 15 games, he only got 1 comeback in the 5 games in which he suffered the first goal.
The Czech Republic is not motivated for this match, after a 2-1 loss to Kosovo. Like the rival of this performance, the Czech Republic generally plays in a 4-3-3, in which the three most advanced players are Jankto, Schick and Masopust. The visiting club, when it invests in the offensive process, generally does so through the right flank, taking advantage of the depth offered by the right side Kaderabek. One of the best players in the Czech Republic is Leipzig striker Patrik Schick.