first_imgCoach Jan Kozak will want more from his star creator, Coach Jan Kozak will want more from his star creator, Napolis Marek Hamsik, and has admitted that changes to his line-up are a certainty. That could mean Ondrej Duda of Legia Warsaw, who came off the bench to score against Wales, could be promoted to the starting XI. “There will definitely be changes, but I cannot say which ones yet. Well see what shape the players are in after their recovery session,” Kozak said from the Slovakian camp in the central French town of Vichy. “Weve watched both teams. We had people at the other game (England against Russia). We know what we have to do, that we have to prepare well and attempt to get a better result than we did against Wales.” Defender Tomas Hubocan, who says he has overcome a knock and is fit to start, added: “In the game against England, (Russia) surprised me with their physical shape. Theyre pretty well prepared for the tournament. “But we are too, and everyone will show that in Lille. Were ready to take them on.” While Slovakia are making their debut at a European Championship as an independent nation, this fixture evokes memories of key games at past tournaments. The Soviet Union were 3-0 winners against Czechoslovakia in Marseille in the semi-finals of the first continental championship in 1960, while Czechoslovakia won 4-2 on aggregate in the 1976 quarter-finals. AFP BS BSlast_img read more