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Scotland vs Czech Republic – Euro 2020 Finals Match Preview, Kick-Off Time & Match Prediction

Euro 2020 Finals encounter, with Scotland hosting Czechia on Monday the 14th of June, 2021, at Hampden Park, in Glasgow.

Scotland faced the Netherlands and Luxembourg earlier this month in friendly games. They took the lead twice against the Dutch(!), but got equalized both times, including in the 89th minute, and had to settle for a draw, obviously anything but a bad result, given whom they had opposite them. Then, they beat Luxembourg 0-1, scoring the only goal of the match in the 27th minute and having opposite them only 10 players for about 60 minutes, as Luxembourg had a player sent-off soon after the half-hour mark. Scotland’s current form reads; WDWDD. Coach Steve Clarke played a 3-5-2 formation against Luxembourg, in their most recent game. Adams and Dykes were the two up front, and the former was the one who scored the only goal of the match.

Just like Scotland, Czechia faced a “big” and a… “less big” name in their two friendlies earlier this month, with very different results; first they got embarrassed by Italy losing 4-0 (by halftime they were already 2-0 down). Then, they beat Albania 3-1, getting equalized in the 42nd minute, retaking the lead in the 68th, before finishing the game off with a third goal in the 89th minute. Their current form reads; WLLDW. The defeat to Italy could be seen as a “valuable lesson”; it’s their other defeat, back in March, to Wales, in the World Cup qualifiers, that hurt the most. Coach Jaroslav Šilhavý played a 4-2-3-1 formation against Albania a week ago, with Schick up front. He was the one who opened the scoring in the 18th minute. Masopust and Čelůstka scored the other two goals for the Czechs.

Scotland and Czechia have met nine times in the past and the balance between them is impressive; four wins each, one draw, and goals 12-11 for the Czechs. They have never played against each other in Euro finals, but have met four times in Euro qualifiers. There, the Czechs have the upper hand, three wins, one draw, more recently in the Euro 2012 qualifiers.

A very tight game and a 1-1 draw are predicted at full-time.

Date: Monday, 14th of June, 2021.

Venue: Hampden Park

Kick-off time: 15:00 (GMT+2).


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