Roma will face Slavia Prague in Group G of the Europa League on October 26, with the game set to begin at 19:00 UTC.
Currently, Roma is performing well, having secured victories against Monza, Cagliari, Servette, and Frosinone. They aim to continue their winning momentum against Slavia Prague. In recent home games, they have maintained a commendable defense, achieving 4 back-to-back clean sheets.
Slavia Prague enters this fixture in high spirits too, having won their last 3 matches against Slovacko, Liberec, and Sherif, bringing their undefeated streak to 9 games.
In their last 4 matches, Roma emerged victorious against Monza, Cagliari, Servette, and Frosinone, whereas Slavia Prague beat Slovacko, Liberec, and Sherif in their last 3 outings. Out of the past 20 games, Roma has won 9, lost 6, and drew 5. In contrast, Slavia Prague has 14 wins, a single loss, and 5 draws.
Roma’s recent 6 matches have seen 4 wins (1-0 vs. Monza on October 22nd, 1-4 vs. Cagliari on October 9th, 4-0 vs. Servette on October 6th, and 2-0 vs. Frosinone on October 2nd), one loss (4-1 vs. Genoa on September 29th), and one draw (1-1 vs. Torino on September 25th).
Slavia Prague’s past 6 games have witnessed 4 wins (2-0 vs. Slovacko on October 22nd, 2-3 vs. Liberec on October 9th, 6-0 vs. Sherif on October 6th, and 0-2 vs. Hanacka on September 27th) and 2 draws (0-0 vs. Teplice on October 1st and 1-1 vs. Sparta Praha on September 25th).
Roma’s manager José Mourinho won’t have the services of Evan Ndicka (Foot bruise), Marash Kumbulla (Cruciate ligament injury), Renato Sanches (Hamstring issue), Sardar Azmoun (Calf concerns), Lorenzo Pellegrini (Hamstring problem), Paulo Dybala (Collateral ligament injury), and Tammy Abraham (Cruciate ligament injury).
For Slavia Prague, coach Jindřich Trpišovský has some roster concerns. Petr Sevcik (Muscle issue), Lukas Provod (Illness), Igoh Ogbu (Illness), Conrad Wallem (injury not specified), and David Pech (Cruciate ligament damage) are sidelined. Furthermore, Taras Kacharaba, Stanislav Tecl, Sheriff Sinyan, and David Pech are serving suspensions for this match.
In Group G this season, both Roma and Slavia Prague have won their two matches. Roma has netted 6 times (averaging 3.00 goals per game) and conceded once (0.50 average per game). Slavia Prague has scored 8 goals (4.00 average per game) without conceding any.