Champions Group Preview: Slavia v Sparta

Slavia host Sparta in the last game of 2019/20 season. It will be the game of the two most successful teams after the coronavirus break.

Slavia will be crowned Czech champions after the game against Sparta on Wednesday, 8 July. It will be the first back-to-back title for the red and whites since 2009. Sparta won the MOL Cup last week and secured 3rd place in the league table behind Slavia and Plzeň.

Not only two most successful clubs of Czech and Czechoslovak history, but also two best clubs after the coronavirus break will meet at Sinobo on Wednesday. Slavia won 26 points since the league restart for 8 wins and 2 draws, Sparta are two points behind with 8 wins and 2 defeats (both against Viktoria Plzeň).

The game could also decide about the 2019/20 Czech league top scorer. Currently Petar Musa (SLA) and Libor Kozák (SPA) are both on top of the table with 14 goals. Unfortunately, Musa was booked for the second time in the Champions Group last game in Liberec and will mis the last game.

Slavia are currently unbeaten by Sparta in 9 consecutive games (4 wins, 5 draws). Last time we lost to Sparta was in March 2016 (1-3 away), last home defeat (0-2) dates to September 2014.

2019/20 FORTUNA:LIGA

CLUB SLAVIA SPARTA
Position in table 1 3
Points 84 59
Score 69-12 66-40
League record W26 D6 L2 W17 D8 L9
Since league restart W8 D2 L0 W8 D0 L2
Last game 3-1 v Liberec away 3-0 v Jablonec home
Top striker Musa (14) Kozák (14)
Most assists Stanciu (11) Hložek (7)

* Statistics after 34 games


Face to Face in Czech league

Mutual games 55
Slavia wins 11
Sparta wins 24
Draws 20
Slavia goals 54
Sparta goals 78
Top Slavia striker Škoda (5)
Top Sparta striker Lokvenc (5)

Last games

Slavia 1-1 Sparta
Round 24, 8 March 2020
Goals: Musa 90´ - Tetteh 80´
Yellow cards: Traoré, Olayinka, Musa, Bořil - Krejčí, Štetina, Dočkal
Referee: Franěk - Vlasjuk, Kříž
Attendance: 19,370

Slavia: Kolář; Coufal, Kúdela, Takács, Bořil; Ševčík, Traoré; Masopust (82´ Hellebrand), Stanciu (82´ Yusuf), Olayinka; Tecl (71´ Musa)
Sparta: Heča; Vindheim, Štetina, Hancko, Frýdek; Sáček, Dočkal, Krejčí (52´ Mandjeck), Plavšič (76´ Hanousek), Hložek; Tetteh (86´ Kozák)

Sparta 0-3 Slavia
Round 10, 22 September 2019
Goals: Souček 19´ (p), Sáček 55´ (og), Masopust 89´
Yellow cards: Kanga - Hušbauer, Masopust, Bořil, Hovorka, Škoda
Red cards: Tetteh - Hušbauer
Referee: Zelinka - Nádvorník, Paták

Sparta: Heča; Sáček, Kaya, Lischka, Matěj Hanousek (56´ Plavšić); Mandjeck; Hložek (69´ Kozák), Kanga, Frýdek, Hašek (78´ Trávník); Tetteh
Slavia: Kolář; Coufal, Kúdela, Hovorka, Bořil; Souček; Masopust, Hušbauer, Stanciu (70´ Zelený), Olayinka (90´ Hora); Tecl (75´ Škoda)

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