England – Czech, Euro Qualifiers Prediction
ANALYSIS AND PREDICTION FOR ENGLAND - CZECH
Many names dropped out of England squad at the last minute. Only a part of them are Loftus-Cheek, Alexander-Arnold, Delph, Shaw and Stones. This gives Chelsea’s talent, Hudson-Odoi, a chance once again. Sancho is also called. The Englishmen have done well in the League of Nations and will play playoffs, but that does not mean they will not give all of themselves the euro qualifiers, and England have traditionally no problems at this stage of the international tournaments.
The Czech Republic is not the same as it was before. The old team regularly participated in international forums and was a huge threat to many of the big teams. It is difficult at present to see class names in their composition as the only big name, from who is expected much, is the talent Patrick Schick, who is the main striker of Roma. The Czechs have failed to reach the first place in the League of Nations at the expense of Ukraine, so they now have to finish at least in second place.
It seems that Southgate knows what he is doing in this team and it is not a coincidence this 4th place in the World Cup. The team plays in a different way and the mental attitude is different. Let’s not forget the most important fact, and it is that England in recent years has absolutely no problems in qualifying as for the world qualification has 9 consecutive wins at Wembley, and for Euros qualifications are with 6 consecutive wins at home. We believe that they will not struggle against Czech, so prediction – England – Over 1.5 goals at 1.56.
ENGLAND TEAM NEWS
Out – Marcus Rashford (31/6 f), Trent Alexander-Arnold (5/1 d), Luke Shaw (8/0 d), John Stones (37/2 d), Fabian Delph (18/0 m), Ruben Loftus-Cheek (10/0 m), Joe Gomez (6/0 d), Gary Cahill (61/5 d, retired), Phil Jones (27/0 d), Ashley Young (39/7 d), Jesse Lingard (22/4 m), Adam Lallana (34/3 m), Danny Welbeck (42/16 f), Jamie Vardy (26/7 f, retired), Wayne Rooney (120/53 f, top scorer, retired)
CZECH TEAM NEWS
Out – Bořek Dočkal (39/6 m, 2nd top scorer, doubtful), Tomáš Vaclík (23/0 g), Daniel Pudil (35/2 d), Jakub Brabec (14/0 d), Jan Bořil (9/0 d), Vladimír Darida (53/4 m), Ladislav Krejčí (38/5 m), Jiří Skalák (17/0 m), Jan Kopic (14/3 m), Josef Šural (20/1 m), Antonín Barák (12/5 m), Tomáš Hořava (14/3 m), Josef Hušbauer (18/1 m), Jan Sýkora (10/1 m), Michael Krmenčík (19/8 f, top scorer), Stanislav Tecl (5/0 f)