UEFA have confirmed Scotland’s Nations League clash with the Czech Republic will go ahead on Monday as planned.
Scotland’s Nations League clash with Czech Republic to go ahead: UEFA. (Reuters Photograph)
The Czech Republic will go ahead with subsequent week’s UEFA Nations League match towards Scotland but will discipline a distinctive group than the 1 that beat Slovakia on Friday due to COVID-19 worries, a group spokesman explained on Saturday.
Shortly following their three-one victory towards Slovakia, the Czech FA explained in a statement that Monday’s game towards Scotland would not consider area due to the “latest predicament with COVID-19”.
Slavia Prague’s chairman explained shortly prior to the game towards Slovakia that he would inquire to withdraw his club’s gamers from the Czech squad following an additional member of the nationwide group personnel examined constructive for the new coronavirus.
Just after discussions with UEFA, the Czech Republic have made a decision to place with each other a new group for Monday’s match, which is set to played in the Czech city of Olomouc, group representatives explained.
“The Czech FA is now in near communication with clubs and determining who will perform for the nationwide group,” FA spokesman Michal Jurman explained on Twitter.
The Scottish FA had explained at the time that it was conscious of reviews the Czech FA had identified as the game off, incorporating it had not acquired official notification and would inquire UEFA for clarification.
Scotland started their Nations League campaign with a one-one draw towards Israel on Friday and will travel to Olomouc on Sunday.