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Croatia vs Slovakia

Croats did their part of the job last time on the road to Cyprus when they didn’t let any surprises occur and took an expected 0:3 victory.
The quality gap was obvious from the start, as the guests were in complete control over the situation on the field, taking a lead in the late phase of the first part, and confirmed their victory with another two scored in the second.
They are currently at the leading spot in the group, sharing the same amount of points as second-placed Russia, so this one comes as a must-win for them.
The Croats will miss goalkeeper Kalinic (19/0, Hajduk), defenders Lovren (69/4, Zenit), Juranovic (13/0, Celtic), Vrsaljko (51/0, Atletico Madrid), midfielder Badelj (55/2, Genoa) and offfensive players Colak (3/0, Malmo), Budimir (8/1, Osasuna) and Rebic (42/3, Milan) compared to previous call-ups. Forward Orsic (13/1, Dinamo Zagreb) is now injured too, while suspended is midfielder Kovacic (75/3, Chelsea).
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England vs Croatia

The English have every reason to approach the opening match with positive thoughts, as they have the home soil advantage, and are currently enjoying six matches positive run in all competitions, so reasonably enough, the bookies are considering them as strong favorites.
An interesting fact is that England never won their opening match in the UEFA European Championship, but doing so here would certainly fire up a team atmosphere, and I definitely see them being aggressive against the visitors from Croatia.
They can’t count at defender Alexander-Arlold (13/1, Liverpool), Dier (45/3, Tottenham), midfielder Lingard (29/4, Man Utd) and forward Abraham (6/1, Chelsea) compared to previous call-ups. Defender Maguire (32/3, Man Utd) and offensive Saka (5/1, Arsenal) are doubtful for the moment.
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