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Czech Republic v England

Czech Republic v England

By DAVE ANDERSON, 11/10/2019.

Our betting preview for this week focuses on the Euro 2020 Qualifier kicking-off at 7:45pm on Friday at the Sinobo Stadium in Prague when England take on the Czech Republic.

As well as the match preview for Czech Republic v England below, we've also listed bookmakers best odds and the betting offers you need to know about if you're having a bet on the game.

Czech Republic v England: Best Odds

Check out the best odds that British Bookmakers offer for a Czech Republic win (H), a win for England (A), or a draw (D) below. Use the ALL ODDS tab to compare bookmakers odds.

Friday 11th October

NB: Czech Republic v England odds correct at 01:46 on 11/10/2019 and are subject to change.

Czech Republic v England: Betting Offers

As well as bookmakers best odds, we've also listed the betting offers that you can use when betting on the Euro 2020 qualifying match between the Czech Republic and England.

You can watch Czech Republic v England live on ITV at 7:45pm on Friday.

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Czech Republic v England: Match Preview

England head to Prague on Friday night, where they'll take on the Czech Republic at the Sinobo Stadium in their next Group A fixture of Euro 2020 qualification .

Gareth Southgate’s English side remain the only team that are still unbeaten, and given the 5-0 victory they secured against the Czech Republic in their last meeting, it’s not wonder that bookmakers offer England as the favourites.

Both sides would really benefit from a win, but if the Czech Republic do lose, it could have a huge impact on their dreams of qualifying for the European Championships in 2020.

While British Bookmakers expect England to beat Jaroslav Silhavy’s team, the Czech Republic really need to secure some points from Friday nights clash.

They don’t have the best track record against the English, and although they have only met on 3 occasions, England took 2 impressive wins and held the other match to a draw result.

Friday’s match against the Czech side won’t be a walk in the park, but it’s expected that Southgate’s men can continue their unbeaten run and further cement their top spot in Group A.

In the lead up to Czech Republic v England, we've taken a look at both team’s recent performances, and any player injuries that could affect either managers match preparations.

Czech Republic: Team News

Jaroslav Silhavy’s side come into the match currently sitting in 2nd place in Euro 2020 qualifying Group A, with a total tally of 9 points from the 5 matches they've played to date.

There is only 1 point separating them from 3rd place Kosovo, and the Czech Republic really need a win against England, especially as they then play Kosovo on Monday.

If they lose to England and then also to Kosovo, it could be detrimental to their Euro 2020 campaign and could see them exit the competition at the qualifying stages.

They've won 3 of their last 4 qualifiers after losing 5-0 to England in their opening match.

They secured a 3-0 victory against Montenegro in their last outing, having suffered a 2-1 loss to Kosovo and also took victories over Montenegro and Bulgaria.

The Czech side have had some strong victories, and will be tough opponents for Southgate’s men to beat, particularly as they have a lot at stake in their upcoming fixtures.

A home advantage could be beneficial, and if Silhavy’s squad can deliver the standard of football we know they’re capable of, the outcome of this match could surprise one or two!

Czech Republic: Form

Looking at the last 5 fixtures that the Czech Republic have played in all competitions, they've won 3, drawn 0, and lost 2 scoring a total of 10 goals (2 per game) and conceding 6 times.


Montenegro 0 - 3 Czech Republic
Kosovo 2 - 1 Czech Republic
Czech Republic 3 - 0 Montenegro
Czech Republic 2 - 1 Bulgaria
Czech Republic 1 - 3 Brazil

England: Team News

Gareth Southgate’s impressive English squad currently sit at the top of Euro 2020 qualifying Group A, with a full 12 points and 19 goals from the 4 matches they’ve played.

The Three Lions secured victories against Kosovo (5-3) and Bulgaria (4-0) in September, on the back on a 5-1 win against Montenegro and a 5-0 thrashing of The Czech Republic.

Although this won’t be an easy match for England, a victory ahead of their Bulgaria match on Monday would be a very welcome result, as it would put further distance between the 2 top teams in the group, giving them a 6 point gap from the 2nd placed team.

If England can replicate the stunning performance from their last fixture against the Czech Republic, which saw Sterling net a hat-trick and Kane make easy work of a penalty, they would be in an even stronger position and optimistic how far they can go in the competition.

There aren’t too many changes planned for the English line up, with Chelsea’s Fikayo Tomori and Tammy Abraham included in the squad, however Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who has been left out along with Dele Alli, even though he has returned to fitness.

England: Form

England's form over their last 5 matches is won 3, drawn 1 and lost 1. They've scored more goals than the Czech Republic, 15 in total (3 per game) and also conceded less (5).


England 5 - 3 kosovo
England 4 - 0 Bulgaria
Switzerland 0 - 0 England
Netherlands 3 - 1 England
Montenegro 1 - 5 England

Czech Republic v England: Stats

England and Czech Republic have actually only played each other three times throughout history with England having the better stats having won 2 of the fixtures and drawing the other.

Apart from England's 5-0 win in the reverse fixture in the qualification process for Euro 2020, both of the other matches between England and Czech Republic were International friendlies.

Both were played at Wembley Stadium in 1998 and then again in 2008.

The match in 1998 took place on the 18th of November with England winning 2-0 thanks to goals from domestic rivals Darren Anderton on 22 minutes and Paul Merson in the 40th.

Glenn Hoddle was the England manager for the match which played out in front of 38,535 fans.

The other match featuring England and Czech Republic took place on the 20th of August in 2008 with Fabio Capello in charge of the 2-2 draw in front of a crowd of 69,738.

The Czech Republic took the lead in the 22nd minute through Milan Baros before Wes Brown scored an equaliser for England on the stroke of half-time.

Marek Jankulovski quickly restored Czech Republic's lead in the 48th minute before a dramatic late goal from Joe Cole in the 90th minute ensured that England didn't lose.

The last match involving both teams was the England v Czech - Republic Euro 2020 Qualifier that took place earlier this year in front of a Wembley Stadium crowd of 82,575.

Gareth Southgate oversaw the 5-0 victory with Raheem Sterling the best player by far scoring a hat-trick with further goals coming from Harry Kane and a Czech Republic own goal.