England’s next generation gets set to embark on their first journey as Gareth Southgate’s men prepare themselves to take on Czech Republic for their opening UEFA Euro encounter at Wembley Stadium on Friday.
After a long list of injuries seemed to have pegged back the hype amongst the English football fans, Gareth Southgate’s call for his youth force has turned it all around. What many in English football term as the golden generation, Jadon Sancho, Marcus Rashford, and Callum Hudson-Odoi look set to carry the English flag forward on the international stage. If the training sessions are something to go with, Jason Sancho looks all set to leave the opponent’s defence shattered. England are upbeat, but they will be aware of the threat Czech Republic pose to them. They’ll be focused on getting their qualifying campaign off to a positive start with the Nations League still being their top priority.
Czech Republic will look to get off to a positive start in the Euro qualifiers, after failing to qualify for the World Cup in Russia. They have their plans sorted against the Three Lions and they look well set to execute it. Considering the preparations, it won’t be wrong to say the young English side is in for a tricky challenge come Friday.
When and Where?
The match will be played at Wembley Stadium in London England on Saturday 1:30 AM IST.
Where to watch ENG vs CZR Live?
The UEFA Euro Qualifiers will be telecasted live across the Sony Ten network with a live stream available on Sony LIV.
England: W W W D W
Czech Republic: W W L W L
England Won – 0
Czech Republic Won – 0
Drawn – 1
Pickford (GK); Maguire, Keane, Walker; Alli, Dier, Rose, Trippier; Sancho, Kane, Sterling
Koubek (GK); Novak, Kalas, Celustka, Kaderabek; Dockal, Vydra, Soucek; Schick, Jankto, Pavelka
Wembley will await their all new sensation Jadon Sancho to exhibit his magic on the green turf when he starts for the Three Lions on Friday. Czech Republic are looking well prepared and England might look under some pressure with so many injuries, but Gareth Southgate’s resources still make England the favourites to win it. As for the scoreline is concerned, we expect it to be England 3-0 Czech Republic.