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Poland U21 VS Sweden U21

Poland U21 and Sweden U21 face at Arena Lublin, in a match for this stage of the UEFA U21 Championship (Group Stage). In the last 3 years these teams met twice: the earliest head‑to‑head was played on 12‑10‑2013 and ended in a (2‑0) win by Poland U21, and the latest on 06‑09‑2013, which ended in a (3‑1) win by Sweden U21.

Analysis of Poland U21

They got access to this stage of the UEFA U21 Championship (Group Stage) after having finished the group stage in the 7th position of Group A, with 0 points won. In the last 3 matches Poland U21 has won 1 and lost 2.

The Polish national team comes unmotivated for this match after having added a defeat in the first round of this European Championship, slipping against Slovakia by 1-2: the only goal of the team was scored by Lipski. In this match, the coach Marcin Dorna should play in 4-2-3-1 favoring the ball possession and organized attacks, especially through the left flank: Lipski, scorer of the last goal, is one of the great responsible for carrying the ball to other lands. It’s important to note that the Poles showed some flaws in the defensive organization. Apparently, there are no major absences to register for this match.

Confirmed Lineup: J. Wrąbel, J. Bednarek, T. Kędziora, J. Jach, P. Jaroszyński, P. Dawidowicz, P. Frankowski, Ł. Moneta, K. Linetty, M. Stępiński, D. Kownacki.
Coach: M. Dorna.

Analysis of Sweden U21

They come to this stage of the UEFA U21 Championship (Group Stage) after having finished the group stage in the 3rd position of Group A, with 2 points won. In the last 10 UEFA U21 Championship matches Sweden U21 has a record of 6 wins and 4 draws.

In this competition, they haven’t lost any of the last 5 away matches. Their offense has scored consistently, as they have scored goals in 9 of the last 10 matches for this competition.

The Swedish comes for this match after a goalless draw against England, starting in an unpleasant way this Sub 21European Championship. In this second day, the coach Håkan Ericson should opt for a more offensive strategy, privileging the maintenance of the ball possession and the paused attacks: Olsson, player of Borussia AIK, owns great vision of match and quality of pass. For this match, there are no weight absences to register.

Confirmed Lineup: A. Cajtoft, J. Une-Larsson, L. Wahlqvist, F. Dagerstål, A. Lundqvist, S. Tibbling, A. Fransson, M. Hallberg, K. Olsson, P. Cibicki, C. Strandberg.
Coach: H. Ericsson.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match will be the two teams scoring at least one goal. In this match, it’s expectable that Sweden will have more initiative in the match due to the individual quality they hold, but Poland will risk a lot in the counterattack in order to take advantage of the spaces in the back of the opponent's defense. In addition, the teams enjoy some quality difference between the defensive and the offensive sector, that is, it’s foreseeable a busy match with goals to the mix.
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UEFA U21 Championship - 2017 Poland

  • 100% 275 / 275 Games

  • Home team wins 45.82%
  • Draws 18.91%
  • Away team wins 35.27%
  • Over 1.5 74.91%
  • Over 2.5 53.82%
  • Over 3.5 33.82%
  • Goals 778
  • Goals /match 2.83
  • Goals /match home 1.57
  • Goals /match away 1.26
  • Both teams score 36.73%
  • Goals after 80' 15.68%
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