England to exploit Slovakia’s weakness in Euro 2024 clash

England to exploit Slovakia’s weakness in Euro 2024 clash

England have reportedly identified a major weakness in their opponents Slovakia’s game ahead of Sunday’s last-16 clash.

The Three Lions have been undergoing extensive preparation ahead of their first knockout game at Euro 2024. 

Slovakia goalkeeper Martin Dubravka has been identified as a potential weak link due to one flaw in his game.

The Newcastle shot-stopper is vastly experienced but England believe there is one area where he can be exploited. 

After their difficulties in the group stages, England will be looking to use any advantage that they can against Slovakia. 

England have identified a major weakness with Slovakia goalkeeper Martin Dubravka

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According to Newcastle World, England’s data team have focused on Dubravka’s struggles when facing penalties.

Dubravka has managed to save just six of the 34 penalties that he has faced during his career.

The goalkeeper has never managed to save a penalty low to his right during his career

The goalkeeper has never managed to save a penalty low to his right during his career

As a result, Dubravka has a save ratio of just 17.6 per cent with regards to penalties. In addition, he has never saved a penalty low to his right. 

The 35-year-old was unable to prevent Romania’s Razvan Marin from scoring a penalty in a 1-1 draw during the group stages. 

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