Bulgaria hosts the Czech Republic
Bulgaria hosts the Czech Republic at the Vassil Levski Stadium in a match from Group A of the European qualifiers. We are going to examine this fixture in our sure win prediction today. Are you ready?
For Bulgaria this was a disastrious qualifying campaign. Right now they are at the bottom of the group standings, being 5th with just 3 points won. In 7 games played so far, Bulgaria are still without a win – they have three draws and four losses. They have scored just 5 goals and have conceded 17.
This game is going to be a debut for Bulgaria’s new manager Georgi Dermendzhiev, who replaced Krassimir Balakov at the position. Dermendzhiev had an unofficial debut during the week, when his team suffered a 0-1 loss at home by Paraguay in a friendly game. The former Ludogoress boss is the third head coach who manages Bulgaria since the start of the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
In their last game in this group Bulgaria suffered a humilating 0-6 loss at home against England. Because of racist chants from the stands, this game against the Czech Republic is going to be played in front of empty stands.
The Czech Republic are second in the group with 15 points and this is where they are going to finish. In seven games played so far, the Czech Republic have a record of five wins and two losses.
In the previous round of the qualifying stage Czech Republic secured a third consecutive win in the group, beating Kosovo with 2-1 in Pilzen. Kosovo scored first in the 50th minute, but the hosts managed to win the match with goals from Alex Kral and Ondrej Celustka.
That’s our sure win prediction today for the Euro 2020 qualifying game between Bulgaria and Czech Republic on Sunday. The visitors are the stronger team here and we won’t be surprised if they show it on the pitch.