Expect Czechs to attack, says Rosicky
Tomas Rosicky wants his Czech Republic team to come out firing against Montenegro in the away leg of their Euro 2012 qualifying playoff.
The Czech Republic lead after winning the first encounter 2-0 in Prague on Friday and will head into Tuesday's return fixture in Podgorica as favourites to progress.
A goalless draw will be enough for Michal Bilek's side to book their place at next year's finals in Poland and the Ukraine.
But captain Rosicky wants his team to find the target and put the outcome beyond all doubt at Stadion Podgorica.
"The approach is very simple, we want to score there," Rosicky told UEFA.com
"If we do that, it'll be very difficult for them to catch us."
"We can expect a passionate crowd. We're looking forward to it as it'll be a great atmosphere."
"We know it'll be very tough for us, so we have to be patient and disciplined just as we were in the first leg, but obviously we feel confident."
Montenegro face a far tougher challenge if they are reach their first major tournament since gaining independence from Serbia in 2006.
Forward Dejan Damjanovic knows his side must take the initiative and score an early goal if they are to have any chance of overturning the two-goal deficit.
"We have to be a lot more attacking in the second leg," he said.
"Having lost the first game 2-0, we can't simply wait for a mistake from the Czech defence."
"We need a quick goal, and if we get that it'll be an open game, and everything is possible."
"If we start well, things will go our way, and maybe we can get an unbelievable result."