In Sport News this Monday: Czechs seek to build on excellent biathlon season; Martina Sáblíková wins ninth event in a row in 3000 metres; Brno and Zlín face off for last play-off place; Sparta Prague scrape win to stay in touch with Viktoria Plzeň; and last places filled for UEFA 2016 qualifier against Latvia.
In Sports News this Monday: Czechs go straight through to second stage of Women’s Basketball World Championship, thanks in part to returnee Kulichová; Sparta win fourth Prague soccer derby in row; Litvínov have seven wins in seven in hockey’s Extraliga while reigning champions Zlín have no points so far; and Kvitova wins third title of season and qualifies for WTA Finals.
In Sports News this Monday: relegations are decided on the last day of the Gambrinus League; Sparta Prague make it a hat trick at end of season awards; Tomáš Berdych makes it to the French quarter-finals; javelin thrower Vitězslav Veselý tops the Diamond League, and Zlín’s Petr Čajanka puts his retirement on ice.
In Sports News this Monday: Slavia edge clear of relegation with win over Bohemians 1905 that leaves latter bottom with four games left; Kalas impresses on Chelsea league debut; Czech hockey juniors reach final at Under 18 Worlds; and Čajánek’s future in question after veteran inspires Zlín to Extraliga title.
Zlín beat Kometa Brno 4-1 in Czech hockey league finals in Brno on Monday night, and is leading Brno 3-0 in the best-of- seven series. Brno pushed hard for their first win but failed to convert all but one of its opportunities. The fourth game is scheduled for Tuesday night; if Zlín win, they will claim the league title for the first time in 10 years.
PSG Zlín defeated Kometa Brno 3-0 at home on Friday, taking a 2-0 lead in their best-of-seven playoffs’ final series. Zlín goals came in the 16th, 40th and 55th minutes; Kometa have so far scored no goals in the final series. The series now moves to Brno where the third game is scheduled for Monday.
clubs Zlín and Plzeň will face-off on Sunday evening in a deciding seventh game in the Extraliga playoff finals. The match will begin shortly after 6pm local time. Zlín, who had their backs against the wall in the series, forced a game seven by winning their last encounter decisively by a score of 5:2.