Roma vs Viktoria Plzen live streaming
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Match: Roma vs Viktoria Plzen
Competition: Champions League
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Roma vs Viktoria Plzen live streaming: Match preview
Roma got to the last 4 last season but will need to improve if they’re to even come close to replicating that this time.
They were comprehensively beaten by Real Madrid in Spain 2 weeks ago and can’t afford a slip up.
They beat bitter rivals Lazio on Saturday and will be confident of another home win here.
Michal Krmenčík scored twice early on, and Viktoria Plzeň were in dream land early on on matchday 1.
However, they could not hold on and a 94th minute eqauliser meant CSKA Moscow left with a point.
The Czech Champions have won just 2 of 13 Champions League matches and it would be a major surprise if they added to that here.
Can AS Roma kick start their season here?