Euro 2016 – Poland v Portugal

Stade Velodorme, Marseille – Friday 1st July, 3AM AWST

Recent Form

Poland 1 v Switzerland 1 (5-4 penalties)

Croatia 0 – Portugal 1

Head to head

Portugal 4 – Poland 3 – Draw 3

Recent match

2012 International friendly– Poland 0 – Portugal 0

Match Overview

Poland will again start this game with number two keeper Lukasz Fabianski. Other than that, they head into this match virtually injury free.

Portugal have a strong team selection with Sanches, Quaresma and Vieirinha all pushing strongly for a place in the starting line-up after playing well off the bench.

Poland have only conceded one goal in the tournament thus far. It was spectacular strike from Shaqiri of Switzerland in their most recent match during the Last 16.

Poland’s most renown player Robert Lewandowski has yet to hit the score boards and Milik has only converted one goal from many opportunities for Poland.

The Portuguese big names Ronaldo and Nani have both scored twice. Quaresma the third of their attacking players also got on the scored in their last match against Croatia.

Portugal are a high-scoring team but also concede goals at a greater rate than Poland.

They have struggled to score freely when facing a strong defense, but if you let them off the lead they can score at will like they did against Hungary 3-3.

Again expect Portugal to dominate possession and Poland to accept the counter attacking role. They do have the strikers to cause problems for Portugal.

Expect a draw after 90 minutes.

Player Watch

For Portugal I’ll stick with Ronaldo. His form had improved as Portugal have advanced in this tournament.

Poland’s Jacob Blaszczykowski has scored twice from only six attempts on goal.

Match Result

1-1 after 90 minutes

Bet Suggestions

Option 1 – Draw after 90 minutes $2.80*

Option 2 – Game Total 2.5 UNDER $1.35*

Option 3- First Goal Scorer – Ronaldo $4* and Blaszczykowski $11*

Odds correct as at 9am 29 June and subject to change.

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