The top Czech football division has resumed after a three-month winter break. The first round of the spring part of the competition saw two ties on Friday, with Teplice drawing 1:1 against Dukla Prague, and Jihlava tied 0:0 with Hradec Králové. The Gambrinus liga’s 17th round continues with more games over the weekend; Baník Ostrava drew 0:0 against České Budějovice on Saturday, with Milan Baroš’s first appearance for the home side after 11 seasons abroad. League leaders Plzeň take on Brno on Sunday while Sparta Prague, in second place, host Slovácko. Jablonec, ranked third in the table, play Liberec on Saturday.
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