Ten top Czech teams feature over 12 days in 48 hotly-anticipated T10 matches from the Czech capital Prague. Every game will be live streamed worldwide on the European Cricket Network and on FanCode - a multi-sport aggregator platform, from the house of Dream Sports for the Indian Sub-Continent.
FanCode ECS Czech Republic Prague constitutes 10 teams split into two groups.
Here are the runners and riders in Group B which springs into action on Tuesday in the Czech capital.
BRG Brno Rangers
PCR Prague CC Rooks
2020 was a frustrating season of what might have beens for Prague Barbarians Vandals (PBV), defeated by Bohemian CC in the ECN Czech Super Series Final. PBV dominated the T20 League Division One coming through the group stage undefeated, before agonisingly falling short once again in the final to Prague CC Kings. Star all-rounder Sabawoon Davizi was the standout performer at the ECN Czech Super Series and will be one to watch again here in Prague.
Brno Rangers (BRG) put on a strong showing on home soil, winning week 4 of the ECN Czech Super Series. Led by 25-year-old South African Dylan Steyn, key players include Czech National Team spin bowler Naveed Khan and pace bowler Rahat Ali.
One of the newest teams in Prague’s rising cricketing circles, United (UCC) have already shown they are more than capable of competing on this stage, despite going winless at both the ECN Czech Super Series and ECS Prague in October. The Division 2 side will be underdogs, but possess a formidable bowling attack and their batting continues to improve with each and every game. United promise to be a stronger outfit, benefitting from last year's steep learning curve.
Formed in 2019 by a group of former Prague Barbarians members, Prague Spartans Vanguards (PSV) prevailed at week 2 of the ECN Czech Super Series, ultimately finishing third at Championship weekend. PSV have already garnered more silverware than their former club and will look to build on that impressive start after going winless at ECS Prague last October.
Prague CC Rooks (PCR) are reigning Pro40 League Division 1 champions. Prague CC's supposed second string will look to spring a surprise or two under the leadership of Naveen Padmaraju, featuring many wily former Czech National Team Players including Rohit Deshmoyni.