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Czech First League

Who wins Czech First League 2019/2020?

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Who will win the 2019-20 Czech First League?

The Czech First league is largely dominated by three major teams which are SK Slavia Prague, FC Viktoria Plzen and AC Sparta Prague. One of these three have won the Czech First League for the past 8 years and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down, they all get to the Champions League and Europa League qualification rounds every season. FK Jablonec however, wants to break this top 3 barrier and compete for the title in the 2019-20 season. The Czech First League splits at the end of the regular season as the top 6 teams go into the “Championship Group” where their points and statistics are all carried over from the regular season to determine who finishes top.

In the 2018-19 season, Slavia Prague won the Czech First League after an impressive campaign saw them finish first on 83 points and therefore winning the Czech First League for the 13th time. In their extremely successful season, they also registered wins over Bordeaux, Genk and knocked Sevilla out of the Europa League round of 16 before finally falling to Chelsea in the quarterfinals. After their first placed finish, they also secured their place in the Champions League playoff round and will certainly be going into next year’s Czech First League as favourites to retain the title.

Last season saw Viktoria Plzen finish second in the league on 78 points (5 points behind victors Slavia Prague) which guaranteed their spot in the Champions League second qualifying round. Manager Pavel Vrba and captain Roman Hubnik will hope they can inspire the players next season to finish in a higher spot than last time around.

Sparta Prague finished last season in third place on 66 points, this meant that they were successful in their push to make the Europa League third qualifying round. Next season, however, they’ll be hoping they can go one further and push for the title or maybe even a Champions League qualification spot under manager Vaclav Jilek.

Jablonec finished their 2018-19 Czech First League in fourth place on 57 points, and although this was far behind the other teams, they’re making progress and could easily compete for the title next season. In doing this, they also achieved qualification for the Europa League second qualifying round and will hope to take full advantage of the opportunity. All four of these teams will believe they have a shot at the 2019-20 Czech First League and it’s looking like it’ll be an exciting title race.

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