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Poland vs Greece

Poland
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Greece

Preview:
Poland and Greece face at the PGE Arena Gdańsk, in Gdańsk, in a friendly match.
 
Poland is in advantage in the head to head history between both teams. In the last 16 matches they register 10 wins, 3 draws and 3 losses. 

Analysis of Poland

Poland arrives at this match after a 4-0 win over Georgia, Lewandowski was the mvp of the match and scored 3 goals. With this win Poland reinforces its 1st place in the group, with 14 points, with a 1 point advantage over Germany.
 
Adam Nawalka’s team has presented great efficiency when it comes to scoring, with a total of 24 goals scored in the last 10 matches. Moreover, they won a home match against world champions Germany, by 2-0.
 
They also haven’t lost any of the last 9 matches. Their last loss was in a friendly match against Scotland, by 1-0.
 
Probable Line-up: Lukasz Fabianski; Lukasz Piszczek, Lukasz Szukala, Michal Pazdan, Maciej Rybus; Slawomir Peszko, Krzysztof Maczynski, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Arkadiusz Milik, Kamil Grosicki; Robert Lewandowski.
 
Coach: Adam Nawalka

Confirmed Lineup: A. Boruc, K. Glik, M. Pazdan, T. Cionek, M. Komorowski, A. Borysiuk, P. Zieliński, K. Linetty, J. Błaszczykowski, K. Grosicki, A. Milik.
Coach: A. Nawałka.

Analysis of Greece

Greece is in a very negative moment. After having been eliminated in the first knockout round of the world cup by Costa Rica, Greece hasn’t been able to win a match.
 
In the last they were beaten 2-1 in an away match against the Feroe Islands. Therefore, they will not be able to qualify for the Euro 2016. They are currently in the last position of the Group, with only 2 points.
 
Their biggest problem is not in defence, but in offense, since they have been unable to score. In the 6 qualification matches, Sergio Markarián’s team has scored an average of only 0,33 goals per match and suffered an average of 1,17, which is clear evidence of their offensive problems.
 
Probable Line-up: Orestis Karnezis; Vasilis Torosidis, Sokratis, Konstantinos Manolas, Konstantinos Stafylidis; Andreas Samaris, Panagiotis Kone, Lazaros Christodoulopoulos; Giannis Fetfatzidis, Nikolaos Karelis, Konstantinos Mitroglou.
 
Coach: Sergio Markarián

Confirmed Lineup: S. Kapino, S. Papastathopoulos, K. Stafylidis, V. Moras, L. Vyntra, A. Tziolis, K. Katsouranis, P. Tachtsidis , T. Fountas, S. Ninis, N. Karelis.
Coach: M. Skibbe.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is that there will be a few goals. Due to the expected match characteristics, we believe both teams will present offensive strategies. However, we expect Greece to have more initiative, in order to motivate themselves for the remaining matches.

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Friendlies - 2015

  • 95% 333 / 352 Games

  • Home team wins 48.65%
  • Draws 24.92%
  • Away team wins 26.43%
  • Over 1.5 70.57%
  • Over 2.5 43.24%
  • Over 3.5 25.23%
  • Goals 840
  • Goals /match 2.52
  • Goals /match home 1.57
  • Goals /match away 0.95
  • Both teams score 45.95%
  • Goals after 80' 11.67%
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