Czech Republic

form

All
ESP 2 - 0 CZE
L
POR 2 - 0 CZE
L
CZE 2 - 2 ESP
D
CZE 2 - 1 SUI
W
WAL 1 - 1 CZE
D
SWE 1 - 0 CZE
L
CZE 2 - 0 EST
W
CZE 7 - 0 KUW
W
BLR 0 - 2 CZE
W
CZE 2 - 2 WAL
D
Wales

form

All
NED 3 - 2 WAL
L
WAL 1 - 1 BEL
D
WAL 1 - 2 NED
L
WAL 1 - 0 UKR
W
POL 2 - 1 WAL
L
WAL 1 - 1 CZE
D
WAL 2 - 1 AUT
W
EST 0 - 1 WAL
W
CZE 2 - 2 WAL
D
BLR 2 - 3 WAL
W
Head to Head
6 Matches (4 Draws)
1 Total wins 1
1 Home wins 1
0 Away wins 0
Last 5 Matches
1 Wins
3 Draw
1 Wins
WAL 1 - 1 CZE
CZE 2 - 2 WAL
WAL 1 - 0 CZE
WAL 0 - 0 CZE
CZE 2 - 1 WAL
5 Goals Scored 5
Games Over 2.5 Goals 2 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Defence
  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Including their games as Czechoslovakia, Wales have lost every single away match they’ve played against the Czechs, losing all six in either EUROs or World Cup qualifiers, most recently in September 2006.
  2. Wales have kept clean sheets in three of their last four games against the Czech Republic, though they’ve only won one of those games (D2 L1), with the two draws ending goalless.
  3. Wales’ last three goals against the Czechs have been scored in the final 10 minutes of games – an Ian Rush equaliser in the 83rd minute in 1987, a Martin Jiranek own goal in September 2006 in the 85th minute and Dan James’ winner in the 81st minute back in March.
  4. Czech Republic have only lost two of their last 16 home major tournament qualifying matches (W10 D4 L2) and have won six of their last seven (D1) since a 2-1 defeat to Germany in September 2017.
  5. Wales have lost two of their last 16 World Cup qualifiers (W7 D7), losing to the Republic of Ireland in 2017 and Belgium in 2021.
  6. Wales have had 49 shots in their four World Cup 2022 qualifiers so far, with Gareth Bale, who will miss this game, accounting for 20 of those (41%).
  7. Patrik Schick has been involved in 13 goals in his last 13 starts for the Czech Republic (11 goals, 2 assists) and has scored in five of his last six starts for his national team.
  8. Only Joe Morrell (7) has created more chances for Wales during the current World Cup qualifying campaign than Dan James (5), with the Leeds winger also playing the most passes into the opposition box (27) and completing the most dribbles (10) of any Wales player in qualifying.
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