The 2021/22 Champions League third qualifying round kicks off next week with a first leg between Sparta Prague and Monaco in the Czech Republic at 6 p.m. KST on Tuesday.
Sparta Prague are well aware of the French opposition who met Ligue 1 champions Lille in the Europa League group stage last season, but new head coach Pavel Vrba is hoping to make the continent’s first tournament this time around. . He faces the Monaco of Niko Kovac, with The Monegasques seek to end their two-year exile from the Champions League.
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Score prediction: Sparta Prague 1-1 Monaco
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Preparation of Sparta Prague against Monaco, previous rosters and news on injuries:
The Czech runner-up had to come back from behind to beat Rapid Vienna in the second qualifying round, losing the first leg 2-1 in Austria, before winning 2-0 on his return to a more familiar environment. It’s a good start for the recently appointed Vrba – the Czech Republic coach between 2014 and 2016 – but he won’t be happy unless Sparta reach the Champions League groups, which they don’t have. have not achieved since the 2005/06 season.
Monaco meanwhile experienced a somewhat shorter absence from the European Cup, last contested in 2018/19, a chaotic season that saw Leonardo Jardim, Thierry Henry, Franck Passi and Jardim all once again occupy the league. canoe. However, under former Bayern Munich coach Kovac, the French club are much more stable, finishing third last season, and they will desperately seek to bolster their reputation by guiding Monaco into the European top flight.
- Sparta Prague (vs Slovan Liberec): Nita; Wiesner, Panak, Hancko, Polidar; Krejci, Pavelka, Sacek, Pesek; Dockal, Julis.
- Monaco (vs Real Sociedad): Nubel; Sidibé, Badiashile, Disasi; Martins, Matazo, Tchouameni, Henrique; Golovine, Ben Yedder, Volland.
Cesc Fabregas and Youssouf Fofana make substituted appearances in Monaco’s recent friendly with Real Sociedad, but Kovac could be tempted to play both midfielders from the start, with the duo offering a mix of experience, business and of creativity.
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Player to watch: Adam Hlozek (Sparta Prague)
David Moyes and the West Ham scouting team may well take a look at events in Prague on Tuesday night as teenage and tight-knit sensation Adam Hlozek will likely get more minutes and be able to pit his mind against opposition from ‘elite. The 19-year-old was a breakthrough star last season, scoring 15 goals in just 19 Czech Premier League games, culminating in his national team call-up for Euro 2020. Already out of place this quarter, scoring the 5th of his season. team. -0 against Liberec on Saturday, Hlozek will be determined to carry that form to the Champions League where, one might imagine, he will compete for years to come, given his obvious talent and burgeoning reputation. A clinical sniper, whose maturity and intelligence up front certainly belies his younger years, Hlozek might have a say in how this competition unfolds.
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