Poland vs Netherlands:
Date: Wednesday, 1 June 2016;
Kick-off: 19:45 GMT,
Venue: Stadion Energa Gdańsk (Poland).
Poland will face a hard task as they host Netherlands in preparation of the 2016 Euro competition, while Netherlands will look to organise their team and check for misfits as they are not participating in the Euro competition.
Poland had an excellent qualification game, they lost just 1 game to Germany in a 3-1 defeat, the won 6 games which includes 7-0 away win against Gibraltar and 8-1 home win, they also beat Germany 2-0 at home. They drew 3 games. Poland have never lost a game since October of 2015, they have their last 5 games which includes 5-0 victory against Finland in a friendly game in March they will be hoping to win this game as they prepare for the Euros.
Netherlands have been try to shape up the team after they missed out on the Euro 2016 competition in France, they have been in 4 friendlies, they were victorious against wales and later lost 3-2 to France before going back to winning ways against England but their last game was a 1-1 draw with Republic of Ireland last week Friday.
Poland: Predicted Line-up (4-4-2)
Boruc – Piszczek, Wawrzyniak, Glik, Pazdan – Blaszczykowski, Jodlowiec, Grosicki, Krychowiak – Lewandowski, Milik.
Netherlands: Predicted Line-up (4-4-2)
Cillessen – Blind, Veltman, Aanholt, Vlaar – Wijnaldum, Strootman, Depay, Van Ginkel – De Jong, Dost.
Poland vs Netherland: Head-To-Head stats
Both teams have met a total of 14 times, Netherlands have won 5 of the 14 games against Poland, while 6 of the 14 games have ended in a stalemate and the remaining 3 went to Poland.
The Netherlands are unbeaten in their last 5 games against Poland, they have won 3 and lost 2, they have scored at least 2 goals in 4 of their last 5 games against Poland.
Poland vs Netherland: Prediction
Poland’s recent stats says it all, they are huge favourites despite Netherland’s big name players and past glory. The Dutch are in a rebuilding process and may not be able to match Poland’s unity and team work which have resulted in a series of recent wins.
I expect Poland to win this game, but its going to be a tough one for both team.
Best bet: Poland win (odds 2.40)
Recommended Bet: Both Teams to score (odds 1.80)
*All Odds from Ladbrokes at the time of composing this article.
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