Norway vs Czech Republic
World Cup Qualifiers – Europe (Group C)
Date: Saturday, 10th June 2017
Kick off at 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET
Venue: Ullevaal Stadion.
Czech Republic will be looking to grab golden points in the battle for the second position in group C of European WC Qualifications.
Narodnak will travel to Oslo to take on non-motivated Norway who have already lost all hopes of joining the battle for the playoffs.
Norwegians decided to make the change on the bench as Per-Mathias Hogno has been dismissed after a disappointing display the team showed in a 2-0 loss to Northern Ireland on the road.
The famous Swedish expert and the former head coach of Iceland, Lars Lagerback. Arrived to try and build on the team for the next qualifying campaign.
This one is already wasted since Drillos collected no more than three points from the opening five rounds.
Czechs were also off to shaky start to their qualifying campaign as they took no more than two points from the opening three rounds, but they found their way back in the contest with consecutive wins over Norway and San Marino.
Karel Jarolim’s men showed quite a decent display in a friendly match with Belgium three days ago at Stade Roi Baudoin where they lost narrowly 2-1 at the end.
Michal Krmencik, who scored the only goal for Czechs, has had a tremendous campaign netting 10 goals in Viktoria Plzen’s shirt.
Norway vs Czech Republic: Head to head
Narodnak have been much more successful in head to head meetings as they lost only a single of seven clashes with Norway.
The two sides met each other in mid-November last year at Eden Arena (Prague) where Michal Krmencik and Jaromir Zmrhal bagged goals in a convincing display for Czechs.
Norway vs Czech Republic: Prediction
The visitors will be much more motivated to get the positive result and the hosts will miss their star men Joshua King who will skip this meeting.
Michal Krmencik is priced up at 11/4 to keep the good form going and score anytime which can be a perfect back-up option.
Norway vs Czech Republic: Bet Tips
The top bet is Czech Republic to win at the odds of 3.00 by Ladbrokes
The second pick is Michal Krmencik to score anytime at 3.75 odds.