Croatia vs Czech Republic
|HT Score||FT Score||ET Score||PS Score|
|Full Time Result||Votes||Odds|
|Over 1.5 ✅||6|
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Current Standing & Form
These are the latest stats for Croatia and Czech Republic in the current season.
|Team||Last 5 Match Performance||W||D||L||GF||GA||CS||Avg. GF||Avg. GA||TT1G|
Head 2 Head
Results of the Previous Encounters between Croatia and Czech Republic
|17 Jun, 2016||2||2|
|9 Feb, 2011||2||4|
Here are the latest predictions for Croatia vs Czech Republic and betting tips from our tipsters.
Croatia had never lost a European Championship opener before Sunday’s 1-0 defeat against England, a result which makes reaching the knockout stages for a fourth time a little harder. Subsequently, they might be wary of another trend being bucked as they go into his match protecting an unbeaten H2H record against the Czech Republic. Although sluggish early on against England, the ‘Checkered Ones’ did hold out for at least 55 minutes for the first time in nine games on foreign soil. Nevertheless, having won just two of their last ten fixtures anywhere this Croatia side seems a shadow of the one that stormed to the World Cup final three years ago. Czech Republic’s only appearance in a major competition final as an independent nation is a more distant memory, although it came on British shores in Euro ’96. Hopes of an unlikely repeat rest on them beating better-ranked sides but often inconsistent, they haven’t triumphed against a team inside the top 20 since overcoming England in October 2019, one month after which they lost to Kosovo. Encouragingly then, they snapped a four-match H2H winless run against Scotland by beating them on Monday, their seventh consecutive game to witness scoring after the 50th minute. Having overturned the formbook once already, they must feel a first victory over Croatia is possible, potentially setting up a Wembley showdown with England to decide who wins the group. Each of the Czech Republic’s last three matches produced a goal in the 42nd minute.
Croatia vs Czech Republic very tough and unpredictable game on European Championship match from group D. Croatia FIFA ranking 14th. Czech Republic FIFA ranking 40th. First match both team played well. I think Croatia will win this match and score will be 2-1.
Scotland had their moments against the Czech Republic, and while the momentum is certainly with Silhavy’s side, I think Croatia will do enough to bag a point – a result which would be much more favorable for the Czechs, however.
Croatia is not going to lose this game, but it’s very possible that they tie against the Czech Republic. So, I recommend betting on goals, over 1.5 goals is the easiest bet because Croatia has the offensive power to score more than one goal and in the worst scenario the possible Czech Republic will score one goal to tie the game.
Even tho Croatia is not doing so well at the moment I firmly believe they do have the quality to take the win!
Better squad availability favours the Croatian team here and it is every chance for them to grab a spectacular win.
Croatia started their Euro campaign with a loss but their gameplay was beautiful. It was their bad luck to lose against England. But we can expect something good from the World cup finalist. Czech Republic may have won their first game but they will face difficulties against Crotia. With good strength in the players, we can expect win of Croatia.
In this clash, both sides will need to secure three points for safety. Vatreni’s objective to win would keep their option to advance still open while Jaroslav Silhavy’s men could seal the top position in the group, should they manage to clinch another stunning win. Nevertheless, a stalemate seems to be more ideal result here.
The Czech Republic are doing better than Croatia. Croatia have home advantage and they have a good record against the Czech Republic. So, place a bet for Croatia to win and there will be at least 2 goals in the match.