PREVIEW: Slavia v Viktoria – my home is my castle

Slavia play Viktoria Plzeň away in Doosan Arena on Sunday in probably the most important game of 2019 league spring.
The red-whites are now 6 points clear on top of the table ahead of the ruling champions Viktoria Plzeň. In case of Slavia victory the difference will increase to 9 points which would give Slavia great position for the Champions’ part of the league.

However, last time Slavia managed to win in Plzeň was in May 2013 when Milan Škoda scored the only goal of the game. Moreover, both teams have been 100% on their soil for 5 years. Last time one of the teams won away was in April 2014 when Viktoria defeated Slavia 2-0 in Eden.

League Position2 (46 pts)1 (52 pts)
Goals Scored3050
Goals Conceded1616
League RecordW14 D4 L2W17 D1 L2
Last 5 League Games W4 D1 L0W5 D0 L0
Top ScorerBeauguel (10)Stoch (11)
Most AssistsČermák, Kovařík, Limberský (2)Hušbauer (7)
Mutual Games12 - 11 - 2020 - 11 - 12
Europa LeagueRound of 32Round of 32
Last European Match2-1 v GNK Dinamo0-0 v KRC Genk

Last 10 games

2018/19 Autumn Slavia 4-0 Viktoria
2017/18 Spring Slavia 2-0 Viktoria
2017/18 Autumn Viktoria 1-0 Slavia
2016/17 Spring Slavia 1-0 Viktroria
2016/17 Autumn Viktoria 3-1 Slavia
2015/16 Spring Slavia 5-0 Viktoria
2015/16 Autumn Viktoria 2-1 Slavia
2014/15 Spring Viktoria 1-0 Slavia
2014/15 Autumn Slavia 1-0 Viktoria
2013/14 Spring Slavia 0-2 Viktoria


Third Consecutive Preseason Win Against Podbrezová

Slavia extended their streak of preseason victories to three by defeating Slovakian team Podbrezová 4-2 in Rohrbach. Against the sixth-place team from last season´s Niké League, they turned the score around in the second half with goals from Wallem, van Buren, Pech, and Botos.

Victory Over Rapid Secured by Fila, Vorlický, and Chaloupek

Slavia´s third opponent in their preparations for the new season was Rapid Vienna. In the first half, Daniel Fila opened the scoring, and in the second half, Lukáš Vorlický scored after a beautiful play, followed by Štěpán Chaloupek at the end of the match. Thanks to their goals, the red-and-whites won 3-0.

Scalp of the Polish Vice-Champion, Diouf and Botos Score

In their second preparatory match, Slavia defeated the Polish vice-champion Śląsk Wrocław 2-0 in Aigen. The opening goal was scored by Malick Diouf, and in the second half, new addition Giannis-Fivos Botos also scored for the first time.

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