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THE MATCH PREDICTION Canada - Czech Republic 25.05 19:15

Home or draw (1Х)
WIN 1.37

The national team of Canada were about to lose to Switzerland in quarterfinal. Canada equalized the score 0,3 seconds till the final whistle, Marc Stone scored a triumphal goal in overtime and helped the team win with the score 3-2. The national team of the Czech Republic had a very exhausting match against Germany, the struggle was equal during two periods. But the Czech scored four times in the third period and finally won with the score 5-1. The team looked good in this championship, but we don’t think they will win Canada. It is worth betting on Canada, they won’t lose in the playing time.

The odds are valid at the moment of the prediction publication.

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«Canada»

WINS: 5

0 : 8
5 : 6
5 : 2
8 : 1
5 : 0

«Czech Republic»

WINS: 4 LOSSES: 1

6 : 3
2 : 7
8 : 0
3 : 0
0 : 8

Last meetings:

12.05.2013

Canada 2 : 1 Czech Rep...

12.05.2014

Czech Rep... 3 : 4 Canada

04.05.2015

Canada 6 : 3 Czech Rep...

16.05.2015

Canada 2 : 0 Czech Rep...

03.05.2016

Czech Rep... 0 : 3 Canada

18.09.2016

Canada 6 : 0 Czech Rep...

05.05.2017

Czech Rep... 1 : 4 Canada

15.12.2017

Czech Rep... 4 : 1 Canada

17.02.2018

Canada 2 : 2 Czech Rep...

24.02.2018

Czech Rep... 4 : 6 Canada

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On this page you will find the prediction for the HOCKEY match of Canada vs Czech Republic of the World Championship, International. In this personally prepared preview we use h2h stories, over/under stats, Canada - Czech Republic match facts and team news. For more accurate analysis we use any additional information like injuries, suspensions or weather forecasts. On BetFAQ.com website we provide information for helping you make your own decision regarding a bet on this event. Odds for the Canada - Czech Republic match prediction are relevant at the time of publication.