Viktoria Plzeň have seen their lead in Czech football’s top flight shrink after an embarrassing defeat to Bohemians 1905. The West Bohemians went down 5:2 to the Prague side in the capital on Sunday, a result that leaves them just seven points clear of second-placed Slavia Prague, who had earlier beaten Brno 1:0.
Plzeň had appeared to have the title sown up going into the winter break after opening up a large gap at the top. However, since then they have only one game in seven outings. There are seven rounds remaining.
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