Our prediction for this Champions League match:
After holding Barcelona to a goalless draw at Camp Nou, Slavia Prague will be aiming to record their first win of the process when they welcome Inter at their Sinobo Stadium. Slavia’s performances are much better than their results, and they are surely capable of making life difficult for Inter in front of home fans. Jindrich Trpiskovsky is doing a great job with the Czech champions, who were a much better side than Inter in the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza clash.
The two teams played out a 1-1 draw in Milano earlier in the process, but we are tempted to put our money on the hosts this time out. Antonio Conte’s men are entirely focused on the national championship as they aim to put an end to Juve’s dominance in the Italian top flight, which is yet another reason why home win should be considered. A man to watch in the home team will be Nigeria international Peter Olayinka, who impressed in the goalless draw with Barca.
Highlighted Player (Tomas Soucek):
Tomas Soucek is a Czech Republic international who plays for both Slavia Prague and the Czech national team. Soucek is a product of Slavia Prague football academy and after spending several years at the likes of Viktoria Zizkov and Slovan Liberec, he returned to the Sinobo Stadium outfit in the 2017/2018 season.
Tomas Soucek has established himself as a first-team regular at Slavia Prague and he made his debut with Czech Republic on November 15, 2016 in a friendly against Denmark. The 192-cm tall midfielder has 13 caps for Czech Republic U21 team as well.
His main position on the field is defensive midfield, but he is used as central midfielder and centre-back as well. Tomas Soucek was born in Havlickuv Brod on February 27, 1995. His preferred foot is right and his contract with Slavia Prague should expire on June 30, 2024.
Highlighted Team (Inter):
Internazionale Milano, known as Internazionale, Inter or Inter named Milan, is a football club from Italy, founded on March 9, 1908 by a number of "rebels" who did not like in the regulations of the Milan Cricket and Football Club, now known as AC Milan. The main objection was that no foreign players were allowed. In 1928 the club merged with US Milanese and strongly entered a time when Ambrosiana-Inter survived.
The club, nicknamed the Nerazzurri or the blue / blacks has had many successes. This is how Inter Milan won 18 national titles, seven times the Italian Cup, the UEFA Cup 3x, and 3x times the Champions League, formerly known as the European Cup I.