Betting Preview – Poland vs Germany

Two unbeaten records go head to head in the Stade de France tomorrow evening with Poland facing long-time rivals Germany. Both sides got out of the traps quickly, collecting wins in the opening round of group games. The duo also both kept clean sheets.

Milik poland goal

Many bookies are offering competitive prices of up to 13/2 for a Polish victory, while they are offering just 4/7 on the Germans. After putting in an unconvincing display against Northern Ireland, the large travelling contingent will be expecting a positive result against Germany.

Many people’s pre-tournament favourite to receive the Golden Boot, Robert Lewandowski can be found at up to 9/4 to score within the 90 minutes. Arkadiusz Milik, who grabbed the points in spectacular fashion last week, can be found at 7/2.

Both sides boast strong defensive rear-guard’s, but with Mats Hummels not returning until after the group stages, Robert Lewandowski may fancy his chances to nick a goal. A 1-1 draw can be found at 15/2, while a 2-1 Poland triumph boasts odds of 20/1 at selected bookies.

With both sides knowing the win will carry them through to round two, I fancy a solitary goal could to be enough to steal this match, with Germany being heavy favourites.

Poland Germany
Wojciech Szczesny Manuel Neuer
Lukazs Piszczek Jonas Hector
Kamel Glik Jerome Boateng
Artur Jędrzejczyk Shrokodran Mustafi
Michał Pazdan Benedikt Howedes
Grzegorz Krychowiak Sami Khedira
Bartosz Kapustka Toni Kroos
Krzysztof Mączyński Mesut Ozil
Jakub Blaszczykowski Thomas Mueller
Robert Lewandowski Leroy Sane
Arkadiusz Milik Mario Gotze

Safe bet – Germany win 4/7

Long shot – Poland to win 2-1 20/1

All odds correct at time of publishing. Odds found at Oddschecker.com

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