Spain vs Czech Republic by Atipico07

First match of Euro 2016 today will be between Spain and Czech Republic. Spain is clear favourite to take 3 points from this clash but I don't think that this will be an easy match for them.


Defending champions Spain kick-off their Euro 2016 against the Czech Republic on Monday, bidding for a third straight European crown, under a sex scandal cloud. There are accusations against Manchester United's shot-stopper David De Gea and that can be a problem for Vicente del Bosque's team. The 25-year-old has strongly denied allegations that he organised a party at which two women were forced to have sex with two footballers. The team say they are backing De Gea but he will not find out if he has a place until just before the game. Despite that, Spain is clearly the better side..they have a plenty of experience and they shouldn’t struggle to qualify out of Group D. They have played a good group of qualifications against not top team as they won 9 matches out of 10 played but they haven't impressed that much. They are coming here after a disappointing friendly loss against Georgia so that means that they are not unbeatable.


Czech Republic, on the other hand, is a good team..They are coming here after winning their group playing very offensive minded football. They have scored 19 goals conceding 14. I think that they will play offensive minded today too..they have nothing to lose and they know that Spain concedes (they have conceded in 4 of the last 5 friendly games). Czech Repubblic has scored in 8 of the last 10 matches played and I'm expecting an amazing performance from them today. They are able to give problems to Spain and I think that they will score at least a goal.


I think that this will be not an easy match for Spain but, at the end, Vicente del Bosque's team should win conceding at least a goal.

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06/13/2016 - 19:15
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