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Match: Slovakia vs Czech Republic
Competition: UEFA Nations League
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Slovakia vs Czech Republic live streaming: Match preview
Both go into this meeting at Štadión Antona Malatinského on zero points.
Despite taking the lead, the Czech Republic conceded last and lost 2-1 at home to Ukraine.
Three days later, Slovakia lost to the same opponents; going down 1-0 in Lviv.
These two are in similar positions, both were at Euro 2016, but neither looked likely to qualify for the World Cup last summer.
Neither of Slovakia’s big stars, Martin Škrtel or Marek Hamšík, are getting any younger, and this could be their last chance to play at a finals.
Jaroslav Šilhavý has taken over an ageing Czech side, which could be problematic going forward.
In the more immediate future, a massive 3 points is on the line in Trnava, as both seek to avoid relegation to League C.