Czech Republic will be looking to respond to their heavy defeat at the hands of Russia on Tuesday evening when they meet Greece in a crucial Group A fixture, as William Hill announce a free bet code to use on the game.
Michael Bilek’s men were comfortably beaten on Friday evening, going down 4-1 to an impressive Russia side and improvement is needed if they are to have any chance of progressing to the knock out stages.
One saving grace for Czech Republic could be that this is a winnable game against Greece. They may reap the benefits of this being one of the closer to call groups this summer. In effect, this is their second chance.
It is likely that a few changes will be made by Bilek going into this one to freshen things up a bit. Losing the opening game is one thing, but to go down so comfortably would have been extremely disappointing.
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As for Greece, they would have been reasonably happy with the 1-1 draw against co-hosts Poland in the first game. Having said that, they did have a fantastic chance to take all three points, but missed a second-half penalty.
They cannot look back too much on what might have been though. Instead, they need to build on the solid point and decent performance.
Eight years on from their shock tournament victory, they can give themselves an excellent chance of progression to the knockout stages with a win on Tuesday evening.
As for their approach to this game, you would expect them to adopt a similar style to that against Poland. They will have to do without Sokratis Papastathopoulos though after his sending-off in the first game.
Greece might also be aware that a quick start and perhaps an early goal could leave the Czech Republic extremely vulnerable. There can be no first game reservations in this one either, so it should be an open game. It gets underway at 5pm on Tuesday evening.