In Sports News: a convincing win for Sparta Prague gives under-pressure coach Michal Bilek a reprieve; Bohemians 1905 leapfrog Most with a 1:0 win to get off the bottom of the table; tennis ace Nicole Vaidisova comes agonisingly close to her first WTA final for a year and a half; Tomas Berdych is hoping a good run at the Paris Masters could see him into elite the Masters Cup in Shanghai; and world slalom champion Sarka Zahrobska isn't too upset with coming 20th in her first race of the new skiing season.
Sparta win gives under-fire boss Bilek breathing space
Slavia Prague were due to play after the recording of this programme, but with a five-point lead will remain in first place, whatever the outcome of Monday's home game against Liberec.
At the other end of the table, Bohemians 1905 took three valuable points from fellow strugglers Most in a 1:0 win in Prague. That result lifted Bohemians off bottom spot - the 16th rung now occupied by Most.
Close but no final for Vaidisova
Berdych hoping to reach elite Masters Cup with good showing in Paris
Zahrobska not worried by 20th spot in first race of skiing season
The new skiing season it hasn't begun ideally for Czech downhill skier Sarka Zahrobska. The slalom world champion came 20th in her first giant slalom competition of the year in Austria's Solden. Nevertheless, Zahrobska said she was satisfied with the result, given that it was her first outing of the season, and giant slalom isn't her preferred course.