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Czech Republic – Spain Predictions and Tips For Today

Czech Republic - Spain PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Betting Tips for Today, June 5, 2022.
Kick-off: 19:45 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Czech Republic – Spain
TIPS: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.33@1xbet | Result: 2:2 WON!!!

Czech Republic – Spain PREVIEW

  • It was a brilliant start to the UEFA Nations League (UNL) campaign for the Czech Republic after they opened with a 2-1 win against Switzerland. That was a huge result as boss Jaroslav Šilhavý said after the game that they are “fighting with the Swiss” to ensure they stay afloat in League A following their promotion last season.
  • The goal of survival may change if the Czechs can spring a surprise against this exciting Spain team, and there is no reason that they can’t when looking into their UNL home form. Often quickly away, the Czech Republic have scored the opening goal in every one of their UNL home games to date, doing so before the 18-minute mark five times (W4, L2), though Spain will be the highest ranked team that they have faced on home soil in this competition.
  • Spain opened their UNL campaign with a 1-1 draw against Iberian rivals Portugal, which was a good result against “one of the best sides in the world” according to boss Luis Enrique. Now unbeaten in five games since their 2-1 UNL final defeat to France (W4, D1), Spain could put themselves in a good position in this group if they can extend their unbeaten streak with a fifth consecutive H2H win.
  • None of the last 15 nations to face Spain have kept them from scoring since a goalless draw with Sweden. Continuing that scoring run could be enough for victory in this clash considering that Spain’s last two competitive victories came by a mere 1-0 scoreline, while they have only conceded once in five historical H2Hs!
  • Players to watch: Jan Kuchta scored his ninth goal at the Sinobo Stadium since the start of 2021/22 in the Czech Republic’s UNL opener, but that 11th minute strike was perhaps the most memorable as it was also his first for his country. As for Spain, Álvaro Morata kept his scoring average at almost one in every other game (0.49) with his 26th international goal after 53 appearances last time out.
  • Hot stat: While they won their group, Spain didn’t win an away game during the last UNL campaign (D2, L1).