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Euro 2020- Czech Will Give Scotland A Good Fight -Okocha

Former Super Eagles midfielder, Austine Okocha has revealed that he expects a tough game between Scotland and the Czech Republic in today’s Euro 2020 fixture.

Both Scotland and Czech will be hoping to begin their campaign on a winning note in a bid to brighten their chances of qualifying from a group that also has England and Croatia.

Recall that England defeated Croatia 1-0 thanks to Raheem Sterling’s goal in the second to move top of the group.

However, Okocha in a chat during the pre-match analysis on Supersports monitored by, stated that the fans will be delighted to welcome Scotland back into the big stage.

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“Playing at home is an advantage for Scotland and I am looking forward to seeing the team perform well against the Czech Republic.

“It is going to be a difficult game for Scotland, however, it will be a good one for the fans who have suffered so much. Now they can watch their darling today.

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