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    1SK Slavia Praha3181:1781
    2FK Jablonec3157:3165
    3AC Sparta Praha3066:3662
    41.FC Slovácko3154:3256
    5FC Viktoria Plzeň3052:3852
    6FC Slovan Liberec3142:2950
    7FK Pardubice3137:4146
    8FC Baník Ostrava3143:3145
    9Bohemians Praha 19053137:3142
    10SK Sigma Olomouc3136:3539
    11SK Dynamo České Budějovice3132:4238
    12MFK Karviná3133:4734
    13FK Mladá Boleslav3139:4833
    14FC Fastav Zlín3128:4431
    15FK Teplice3130:6226
    16FC Zbrojovka Brno3127:4922
    171.FK Příbram3123:6221
    18Slezský FC Opava3120:6217

    13th round: vršovické derby and Moravian derby between Zlín a Slovácko

    The 13th round sees two local derbies. In Vršovice, Slavia welcome Bohemians while in Moravia, Zlín take on rivals Slovácko.

    13th round: vršovické derby and Moravian derby between Zlín a Slovácko






    FK Jablonec - SK Sigma Olomouc (Friday, 20:15)
    The round kicks off with the game between Jablonec and Olomouc. Both clubs lie mid to bottom of the table, which is particularly disappointing for Jablonec, who have not lived up to expectations so far this season. Olomouc lie 14th in the league, just above the relegation zone.  The match could prove evenly balanced as both sides have taken four points in their last four games. Jablonec have drawn their last four matches while Olomouc have beaten Slavia and lost to Boleslav in the last two rounds.

    FC Fastav Zlín - 1.FC Slovácko (Saturday, 17:00)
    Saturday sees the local derby between Zlín and Slovácko. Zlín had a great start to the season, but have struggled recently and have dropped down the table. Zlín have gone six matches without a win and wll be looking to turn things around against their opponents. Slovácko are in somewhat better shape, but their form has been erratic during the season, although they did take a respectable 1:1 draw against Jablonec in the last round.

    FK Dukla Praha - 1.FK Příbram (Saturday, 17:00)
    Both teams lie towards the bottom of the table, with Dukla just ahead of their rivals. Příbram have the worst defensive record in the league, having conceded the most goals of all the clubs this season. The game pits two strikers against each other, with Tomáš Berger looking to end run of four games without a goal, and Michael Krmenčik, who has grabbed three goals in the last four matches.

    FK Mladá Boleslav - FC Vysočina Jihlava (Saturday, 20.15)
    Saturday also sees Boleslav take on Jihlava. Boleslav are third in the table and chasing Plzeň.  Jihlava have recently changed coaches and have moved out of the relegation zone.  At Boleslav, Jihlava will be missing Jánoš and Vaculík, who were both sent off last week. Boleslav go into the game as favourites, and on the back of their win against Olomouc in the last round.

    SK Slavia Praha - Bohemians 1905 (Sunday, 15.00)
    Sunday’s match between Slavia and Bohemians promises not to be a boring affair. Last season saw Bohemians beat their opponents at home and take a 1:1 draw at Eden. Slavia ended their run of three matches without a win in the last round while Bohemians notched up their first win of the season against Jihlava.

    FC Baník Ostrava - FC Viktoria Plzeň (Sunday, 17.00)
    This season, Ostrava have played appalling football and are heading down the abyss, with the worst attacks and the worst defences in the league. Plzeň come into the match on the back of their 2:1 win over Sparta last week. Striker Ďuriš is fighting it out with Mager and Lafata for the title of King of the Goalscorers.

    FC Zbrojovka Brno - FC Slovan Liberec (Sunday, 18.00)
    Brno have had a great fall season and currently lie sixth in the league.  They are unbeaten in their last three matches, which included a victory over Plzeň.  Liberec, on the other hand, have been beaten only by Plzeň so far this season, so the match will be an interesting tussle between the two sides.

    AC Sparta Praha - FK Teplice (Sunday, 19:00)
    Sparta are consistenly one of the best teams in the league, but this season has seen them stumble in the derby with Slavia when they lost 1:0, and against Plzeň losing 2:1. Sparta will be looking to get back to their winning ways against Teplice at Letna, where Sparta have only conceded one goal so far this season. Teplice go into the match as underdogs, but under former Sparta coach, Zdeněk Ščasný, they will want to create some mischief.


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