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WCQ: Wales vs Czech

Wales vs Czech 


Wales is in desperate need of a victory to relieve pressure after the defeat against Belgium in the opening match of the 2022 World Cup qualifying match in Europe. However, having to meet a Czech Republic in high form and also partly shows the discomfort will be a challenge that is not easy. Even if not careful, coach Ryan Giggs' army is in danger of having to embrace another time.

Wales vs Czech


Wales 

Welsh football has made leaps and bounds in the past few years. It should be repeated that, in the Euro 2016 period, Wales excellently had tickets to the semi-finals. Therefore, there is no reason for this team not to aim to participate in the 2022 World Cup final next summer. However, being in the group with the presence of Belgium and the Czech Republic, the challenge with Wales was too big. Not out of the worry of fans, in the opening match Wales let Belgium bury the score 3-1 away from home. Despite having just won a 1-0 victory over Mexico to relieve pressure, but the nature of a friendly match is completely different. In terms of form, Wales still has the right to confidence when they have only lost 2/10 their last appearances, with 2 draws and 6 wins. At home, Wales has won all 3 recent visitors. This team owns a series of 10 unbeaten home matches, in which they draw 2 and win 8 matches.


Czech Republic 

Compared to its rivals, the Czech Republic is really not inferior in terms of strength. Even in terms of combat experience in the continental playground as well as the world, the Czech Republic is much more appreciated. What happened after the first two matches in the 2022 World Cup qualifying round in Europe proved that claim. Accordingly, the visitors buried Estonia 6-2 on away field in the opening match, followed by a 1-1 draw with Belgium at home. Even if they were more fortunate, coach Silhavy's army could defeat the Belgian team. In terms of performance, the Czech Republic is unbeaten in the last 4 appearances, in which they draw 1 and win 3. On away field, this team also plays not badly when winning 4/6 of the last march away from home. History is also in favor of the Czech Republic, where 3 times in the past they drew 2 and won 1. Plus the confidence they have,



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