The Czech Republic face a “final” in their World Cup qualifier against Armenia at Prague’s Eden Arena on Friday night, the team’s coach Michal Bílek said on Thursday. He said his team – who are currently third in their group, one point behind Bulgaria – need to win three of their four remaining games if they are to reach Brazil next year. Goalkeeper Petr Čech said that while the Czechs had beaten the Armenians 3:0 in Yerevan, they were a tough opponent who performed better on the road. On Tuesday the Czech Republic will play Italy away.
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