Brno footballers will set out to play the second away match in the season. This is one of the most difficult autumn tests against last year’s vice-champion in Pilsen. The match is played in accordance with the current regulations of the superior authorities in front of a limited capacity of 2000 spectators. The guest sector will not be open. So far this year, Plzen has collected nine points out of a possible twelve. After Slavia and Sparta Prague, they have the best offense in the competition, and it also boosted its confidence with the Europa League victory against SønderjyskE. Coach Machálek said that they are going to Doosan Arena with huge injuries problems similar to previous matches. On the injury list are Pavel Dreksa, Juraj Kotula, Lukas Krystufek, Jan Moravec, Jakub Sural, Martin Sustr and Adrian Cermak, Adam Fousek and Marek Vintr are questionable. Plzen has a hard away match in Israel against Hapoel Beer Sheva and maybe today coach Adrian Gula will rotate the team and play relaxed which is a chance to see an open match without too many calculations.