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In a bid to amend the glaring shortcomings of their recent performance against Albania, the Czech Republic prepare to return to the hallowed grounds of the Doosan Arena in Plzen. Their next opponent is the struggling Faroe Islands, and they aim to clinch victory in this Euro Champ Qualifying clash on Sunday.
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Jaroslav Silhavy’s men faced a disheartening 3-0 defeat at the hands of Group E leaders, Albania, during the Euro 2024 qualifying match. This setback was a far cry from their previous impressive six-game unbeaten streak in all competitions. The Albanian side ran riot and handed Silhavy’s team its heaviest defeat in nearly a year.
The Czechs witnessed Jasir Asani open the scoring merely nine minutes into the game, followed by a brace from Taulant Seferi in the second half. These blows were dealt while the Czech Republic was already grappling with the loss of Mojmir Chytil, who was sent off due to two bookable offences in Tirana.
The Czech Republic have maintained a consistent presence in the Finals of the European Championship as an independent nation, alternating between group-stage exits and knockout stage progression since 1996. However, with only three games remaining in the qualifying phase, their golden streak is now at risk.
As it stands, Silhavy’s men are in third place in the rankings with eight points, just one point behind second-placed Poland, who have played an extra game. The Czechs share the same points total with Moldova but have the advantage in goal difference. The relentless attacks by Albania have also led to the Czech Republic conceding goals in four consecutive games, denting their hopes.
On the other side of the pitch, the Faroe Islands are yet to make their mark in the World Cup and Euros landscape. Their dreams of surging up the Group E standings and finishing in the top two were extinguished by Poland, who secured a comfortable 2-0 win in Torshavn.
The Faroe Islands now find themselves at the bottom of the group with just one point from their opening six fixtures, which began with a draw against Moldova. While it remains technically possible for the world’s 131st-ranked nation to compete in the playoffs, such hopes seem rather optimistic.
Their heaviest defeat in the current campaign came at the hands of the Czech Republic at their Torshavn home back in June. This result marked the sixth consecutive victory for the Czechs against the Faroe Islands, with the latter failing to find the back of the net in any of those meetings.
Following his first-half dismissal against Albania, Czech Republic attacker Chytil will be absent from the clash with the Faroe Islands due to suspension. Silhavy, however, has a wealth of attacking options to choose from, with the likes of Adam Hlozek, Vaclav Jurecka, and Tomas Cvancara vying to lead the charge.
The Czech camp reported no injuries after their Albanian defeat, and Silhavy has key players such as Lukas Masopust, Lukas Provod, and Feyenoord loanee Ondrej Lingr competing for a spot in the starting lineup.
Faroe Islands, too, will see a change in their lineup due to disciplinary reasons, with centre-back Askham suspended. Sonni Nattestad is set to replace him, and a start may be in the cards for Stefan Radosavljevic.
Despite their lowly standing in the group, the Faroe Islands have not been easy prey for Group E opponents. The Czech Republic, still reeling from their recent performance, should not expect to have an easy victory. However, with a strong squad and the home advantage, the Czechs should be on track to secure a victory while maintaining their perfect defensive record against the Faroe Islands.
Prediction: Czech Republic 2-0 Faroe Islands