Nations League 2022-23: Spain vs Czech Republic prediction and betting tips (June 12)
La Roja got back to winning ways against Switzerland, Luis Enrique's side hosts the Czech Republic in their fourth group game. A win for Spain would increase their chances of a first-place finish.
Pablo Sarabia has 2 goal contributions in his last 3 appearances for Spain
Pablo Sarabia has 2 goal contributions in his last 3 appearances for Spain

Spain and Czech Republic meet in the fourth group game of the 2022-23 UEFA Nations League.

This match is scheduled to start at 6:45 p.m. on Sunday, 12 June 2022. The match venue is Estadio De La Rosaleda, Spain.

Betting tips and match predictions for the Spain vs Czech Republic (June 12) game are analysed below in this article. Let's check out the latest betting odds, key statistics, team news and projected starting lineups.

Spain vs Czech Republic latest betting odds

Spain to win odds are priced at 1.33 (-300 American; 1/3 Fractional), the odds for a draw are valued at 5.5 (+450; 9/2), while the Czech Republic to win odds are priced at 9.0 (+800; 9/1).

The chances of these outcomes are as follows: Spain — 75%, Draw — 14%, Czech Republic — 11%.

Latest betting odds on Spain vs Czech Republic (12 June 2022):

  • Over 2.5 goals — 1.80 (-125; 4/5)
  • Under 2.5 goals — 2.25 (+125; 5/4)
  • Asian handicap (-1.25) on Spain 1.80 — (-125; 4/5)
  • Asian handicap (+1.25) on Czech Republic — 2.20 (+120; 6/5)
  • Both teams to score (Yes) — 2.10 (+110; 11/10)
  • Both teams to score (No) — 1.67 (-150; 2/3)

Spain vs Czech Republic match preview and statistics

Spain currently sit second in UEFA Nations League A, Group 2. La Roja have picked up five points after three games. Winning one, drawing two and having no losses in the group stage games. Luis Enrique's team are unbeaten this year, their last loss was in 2021 against France. Their first group game against Portugal ended in a 1-1 draw.

The 2010 World Cup winners picked up another draw in the next game against the Czech Republic. Pesek opened the scoring for the Czechs. Gavi levelled things up a few seconds before the break. Both sides had to settle for a 2-2 draw.

The Red Fury picked up their first win in the group stage against Switzerland. Pablo Sarabia converted a cross from Marcos Llorente 13 minutes into the game. It ended 1-0 in favour of Spain.

Team statistics: 66% possession, seven total shots, one big chance, three shots on target, 632 accurate passes, 90% pass accuracy, ten fouls committed, one corner and no yellow card.

Spain team news: Eric Garcia misses this game through a Ligament injury. Thiago Alcantara is doubtful for the hosts.

The Czech Republic have picked up four points in three games. They have won one, drawn one and have one loss in Group 2. The Locomotives have scored four goals and conceded five goals in their last three fixtures.

They lost their last game away to Portugal in Lisbon on Thursday. Goncalo Guedes gave the Selecao a 1-0 lead with 33 minutes on the clock. Joao Cancelo would double that lead five minutes later. Bernardo Silva had two assists. The game ended 2-0, with the Czechs recording a first group stage loss.

Team statistics: 37% possession, nine total shots, one big chance, one shot on target, 331 accurate passes, 82% pass accuracy, 10 fouls committed, four corners and two yellow cards.

Czech Republic: No player is injured, doubtful or suspended for this clash.

Spain vs Czech Republic H2H

Recently, both teams have met four times. The Red Fury have won three of those games. One game ended in a draw. The Nároďák have not won against Spain in the last four meetings.

Spain vs Czech Republic key players and lineups

Spain projected starting lineup:

  • Unai Simon
  • Cesar Azpilicueta
  • Pau Torres
  • Inigo Martinez
  • Jordi Alba
  • Pablo Gavira
  • Sergio Busquets
  • Koke
  • Pablo Sarabia
  • Ferran Torres
  • Alvaro Morata

Pablo Sarabia is a key player to watch out for in this game. He has two goal contributions in his last three national team appearances. The Sporting CP forward assisted Alvaro Morata against Portugal. He scored the winner in the last game against Switzerland.

Czech Republic projected starting lineup:

  • Jindrich Stanek
  • Ales Mateju
  • Jakub Brabec
  • David Zina
  • Vladimir Coufal
  • Michal Sadilek
  • Thomas Soucek
  • Milan Havel
  • Adam Hlozek
  • Jan Kuchta
  • Ondrej Lingr

Jan Kuchta is a key player to watch out for in this contest. With a rating of 7.5, he is the top-rated player for the Locomotives. He averages a goal every 96 minutes. The former Slavia Prague attacker has two goals and one assist in the UEFA Nations League.

Spain vs Czech Republic prediction and betting tips

The hosts returned to winning ways against Switzerland, picking up the first win in three games. La Roja have seen an improvement in their performances this year. They haven't lost a game in 2022. Spain have scored in fifteen consecutive games heading into this fixture. The Red Fury boast of a very good attacking threat, scoring a first-half goal four times in the last five games.

The Czechs have a poor record against their opponents in this fixture. The Nároďák have conceded in each of their last four meetings with Spain. Jaroslav Šilhavý’s team has not won a game against the Euro 2012 winners. And with a more improved Spanish team, that run is expected to continue.

Three out of Spain's last five games have ended with a total of three goals or less. 80% of the last five games involving the Locomotives have ended with a total of three goals or less. Luis Enrique's men are favourites to get a first-half win. Spain usually resorts to possession after an early goal, and this game shouldn't produce more than three goals.

Betting prediction: Spain to win the first half

Odds: 1.80 (-125 American; 4/5 Fractional)

Betting prediction: Under 3.5 goals

Odds: 1.44 (-225 American; 4/9 Fractional)

Football UEFA Nations League . Group stage. Game 4
Spain — Czech Republic
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Under 3.5 goals
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