Punters will be hopeful that Spain vs Poland Euro 2020 is a much more interesting matchup than the two games that preceded this. Although Spain pressured their opponents constantly, they were toothless in attack and lacking a cutting edge. Poland, meanwhile, never got going and were outclassed by Slovakia.
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With a full squad to choose from, you might expect Luis Enrique’s men to run away with this fixture. However, Spain’s success in this tournament will depend on their attackers being more clinical. Alvaro Morata and Dani Olmo missed golden opportunities, while Pedri flattered to deceive by getting on the ball without unlocking Sweden’s defence. Gerard Moreno could come in to help them score more goals, yet Enrique will want to maintain the balance throughout the side. At the back, the addition of Aymeric Laporte makes the Spanish much more solid, so the team should be confident of keeping a clean sheet. Of course, Alexander Isak did cause issues on his own, which is potentially problematic.
Poland will be without Grzegorz Krychowiak after his red card against Slovakia, making them light defensively as the Polish are without their best midfield pivot. Still, the squad’s Euro 2020 betting odds depend on their main man, Robert Lewandowski. The Bayern striker is Europe’s most clinical hitman with over 40 goals this season. Now, he is Poland’s best chance of pulling off an upset, to give Biało-czerwoni their first three points of the group stages.
Betting on Euro 2020 is always popular, and Spain vs Poland Euro 2020 is no different. Even though Poland have Lewandowski up top, they are considered massive 8/1 underdogs with LeoVegas. Spain, on the other hand, are odds-on favourites at 7/20 and fancied to rewrite the wrongs of their Euro 2020 opener. The draw is 4/1, which shows just how weak this Poland side is in the betting - a draw is a more likely result than a Polish victory.
Potential Euro 2020 news and updates aside, it’s obvious that Spain seem set to bounce back from a disappointing draw against Sweden. Unfortunately, there’s not a great deal of value in the outright win because the odds are heavily in Spain’s favour. With that in mind, 11/10 for Spain to win and both teams not to score represents better odds, especially as neither side are convincing going forward. Alternatively, 1-0 for the home side (Spain) is 23/4 and plays into the fact that Spain are stronger at the back and still finding their feet in the penalty box.
The BBC will be hosting this game, so BBC1 is the place to be if you want to catch this intriguing contest between two sides that are aiming to claim their first three points. But that isn’t the only platform where you can watch it, because the iPlayer also streams matches live, making it ideal if you’re on the go and can’t watch it traditionally. LeoVegas, BetUK and 888 also have live streams for customers who place pre-match and in-play bets.
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