Croatia head coach Ante Cacic, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens, France - (REUTERS/Carl Recine)
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Croatia will play to their first full home crowd at a competitive match for almost two and a half years this week, in a World Cup qualifier which coach Ante Cacic hopes will show his side has healthy support.Hooliganism meant fans were banned from several home matches -- the last time they had a full home crowd was in a 6-0 win over Azerbaijan in October 2014 -- but Friday's clash against Ukraine will give them a chance to refute claims that Croatians are not fond of the national side.
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