CZR Vs SCO Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Czech Republic asked to fulfil prior commitments by UEFA amongst a breakout of Coronavirus
Only a couple of days back, today’s impending scrimmage between Czech Republic and Scotland looked to be a no go. Czech Republic had taken to twitter to announce that they would be skipping the clash as a wave of Coronavirus hit the squad.
Also, with Slavia Prague demanding for six of their players to return from international duty, Czech Republic didn’t find the set of events conducive to them partaking in their second League B clash. The side’s predicament threw the encounter into the air with the matchup being in a jeopardy.
UEFA had to intervene to ensure the encounter went through with the governing council quashing Czech Republic’s bid to shift the skirmish. The 13 member rule was brought into place, one which ascertains that a side has to make its presence felt in a contest if it has atleast players available.
The rule sees Czech Republic step out to take on Scotland today as the Group 2 leaders look to make it two wins out of two amidst unfavourable circumstances. While they are currently sitting in first spot after thumping Slovakia 3-1, it’s a position under threat with the Czechs confirming that they would using a completely new look side for this faceoff.
It puts Scotland in a nice position as the visiting team looks to register its first win of the UEFA Nations League 2020-21. The side drew its bygone affair 1-1- to Israel to extend its unbeaten spree in the footballing arena to four matches, one which should be furthered to five today.
Probable Playing 11
Mandous, Juroska, Jemelka, Hubkin, Holzer, Janos, Breite, Pesek, Roman, Lukas, Tecl
Marshall, Palmer, Tierney, Cooper, Robertson, McTominay, Forrest, McGinn, Armstrong, Christie, Dykes
UEFA Nations League 2020-21
Match: Czech Republic Vs Scotland Group 2
Date And Time: 6th September, Sunday- 12:15am IST
Venue: Andruv Stadion, Olomouc
Telecast: Sony Ten 1/HD
- Coufal: 1 Goal
- Christie: 1 Goal
Slovakia Vs Czech Republic: 1-3
Scotland Vs Israel: 1-1
CZR Vs SCO Dream11 Picks
David Marshall from Scotland will be enshrined in our Dream 11 side as the goal-keeper today. With the side deploying a completely reshuffled backline, Ales will be overworked on the day.
His skill set is a sprawling one, one which should see him accrue a solid amount of saves from the day’s tie.
After their three man backline failed to over in their favour against Israel, Scotland are set to revert to the more familiar 4 man backline. Its one comprising of some stalwart names, players who are plying their expertise for the finest clubs across the club.
Also, with Czech Republic depleted in the attacking docket with all their goal scorers out of this one, a cleansheet looks extremely palpable for Scotland. It sees us opt for the three names from the side with the calibre of Andrew Robertson making him the first name.
Moving in next to him is Arsenal’s Kieran Tierney, someone who has been in sensational touch recently. Czech Republic on the other hand see us opt for an entire triad of picks with the side set to thrust the brunt of its focus on defending today.
With a completely reshuffled playing 11 set to deployed by the side today, the team will be well aware that the only chances of not succumbing to a defeat is by opting for a defensive minded approach on the day. And with Scotland having had their troubles with traversing past stringent defences, this could easily translate into a cleansheet for the Czechs.
It sees us rope in Ales Mateju, David Hovorka and Ondrej Kudela. Although these names shouldn’t be used for the affair, Dream 11 doesn’t offer the newly inducted players as options to force our hand when selecting our backline.
Ryan Christie’s goal in the foregone affair not only rescued a draw for his side but now sees him with 7 goals in his last 7 encounters for the club to make him a must have pick. Slotting in next to him is John McGinn, a player who has been on the uptick across the course of the last one year.
Southampton’s Stuart Armstrong wraps up the triad of picks from the visiting team. With Czech Republic paper thin at the back, Scotland can finally wrench out of the impasse in the attacking docket with these three thriving on the day.
Lukas Kalvach meanwhile becomes our sole pick from the other side with him set to get an elevated role as the side looks to quickly assemble a viable playing 11 for the tie.
James Forrest is always capable of going on a rampage, a player whose panache makes him complete our playing 11 for the impending outing.
Captain And Vice-Captain
His 5 goals and 2 assists in the last 7 contests see Christie be our captain for today while James is the vice-captain.
Dream 11 Team
Marshall, Mateji, Andrew, Hovorka, Tierney, Kudela, John, Kalvach, Stuart, Christie, James
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All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.