The Prague derby, which will also be offered to the audience by the ČT Sport website, will hold a mirror above all to the current winning streak of the USK Prague, who have not lost since January 21, when Nymburk narrowly won at Folimance in Prague. They have a hard time finding opponents in the A2 division, but it is the Slavists who can try to torment them at home. The home side is also in solid form winning three of their last four matches, but they are still waiting for their first win over their metropolitan rival.
Head-to-head matches this season: 81:92, 56:101, 64:77
Slavia Prague coach Pavel Beneš said that they are currently dealing with health problems and injuries and he still didn’t know which player will be in the lineup. USK Prague is in superb form with 7 wins in a row and should cover this line.