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Poland vs England betting tips: World Cup qualifier preview, predictions and odds

Poland vs England betting tips: World Cup qualifier preview, predictions and odds
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Poland vs England betting tips

This article covers Poland vs England betting tips and predictions, and these are the betting odds.

Poland 4/1

Draw 13/5

England 8/11

Note: All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

Poland vs England: Match details

Match: Poland vs England

Competition: European World Cup qualifier matchday 6 Group I

Date: Wednesday 8 September 2021

Kick-off time: 7:45 pm, (UK)

Stadium: Stadion Narodowy

Betting prediction: Poland 1-3 England

Poland vs England betting tips: World Cup qualifier preview, predictions and odds

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY – SEPTEMBER 02: Declan Rice of England drinks from a cup that was thrown at Raheem Sterling after scoring their first goal during the FIFA World Cup Qualifier between Hungary and England at Puskás Aréna on September 02, 2021 in Budapest, Hungary. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Poland vs England: Recommended bets

Both teams to score is 10/11.

England to win and over 2.5 goals is 7/4.

Robert Lewandowski and Harry Kane both to score is 5/1.

Poland vs England: What are the betting odds?

Poland vs England – recent form and head to head statistics

Poland vs England form
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Poland vs Hungary - 1:2
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Andorra vs Poland - 1:4
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Albania vs Poland - 0:1
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Poland vs San Marino - 5:0
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Poland vs England - 1:1
Latest match form, last 5 games:
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San Marino vs England - 0:10
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England vs Albania - 5:0
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England vs Hungary - 1:1
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Andorra vs England - 0:5
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Poland vs England - 1:1
Last 5 games for Poland
November 15, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Poland 1  - 2 Hungary
November 12, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Andorra 1  - 4 Poland
October 12, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Albania 0  - 1 Poland
October 9, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Poland 5  - 0 San Marino
September 8, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Poland 1  - 1 England
Last 5 games for England
November 15, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 San Marino 0  - 10 England
November 12, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 England 5  - 0 Albania
October 12, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 England 1  - 1 Hungary
October 9, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Andorra 0  - 5 England
September 8, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Poland 1  - 1 England
Poland vs England WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 form
Poland England
10 Matches played 10
6 Matches won 8
144 Goal attempts 152
59 Shots on goal 72
45 Shots off goal 50
67 Corner kicks 56
62% Average ball possession 70%
40 Shots blocked 30
20 Cards given 13
159 Free kicks 146
13 Offsides 28
21 Goals by foot 29
8 Goals by head 9
30 Goals scored 39
11 Goals conceded 3
0 Shots on post 1
Poland vs England statistics for most recent head to head matches
Poland England
11 Matches 11
5 Home Matches 6
6 Away Matches 5
5 Total Goals 13
0.45 Average Goals Scored 1.18
0 Wins 7
7 Losses 0
4 Draws 4
Last 5 games & match results between Poland and England
September 8, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 Poland 1  - 1 England
March 31, 2021 WC Qualification, UEFA 2022 England 2  - 1 Poland
October 15, 2013 World Cup Qualification 2014, Europe (UEFA) England 2  - 0 Poland
October 17, 2012 World Cup Qualification 2014, Europe (UEFA) Poland 1  - 1 England
October 12, 2005 World Cup Qualification 2006, Europe England 2  - 1 Poland

Poland vs England: Match preview

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MARSEILLE, FRANCE – JUNE 30: A flare is seen next to a big Poland national flag in the stand prior to the UEFA EURO 2016 quarter final match between Poland and Portugal at Stade Vélodrome on June 30, 2016 in Marseille, France. (Photo by Lars Baron/Getty Images)

Can Poland get revenge for their defeat at Wembley back in March?

That night, Harry Kane’s penalty put England in front only for Poland to pounce on some slack defending and equalise through Jakub Moder.

But, with just five minutes to play, England’s two centre-back combined with John Stones knocking it down for Harry Maguire to lash home.

So 2-1 it finished and that result is a kyt reason why there’s a big gap at the top of Group I.

Poland are the second seeds in this section and currently occupy second place.

On Sunday night, the Eagles scored seven in a competitive away game for the first time since 2014, demolishing San Marino 7-1 in Serravalle.

Robert Lewandowski scored twice early with Karol Świderski and Karol Linetty netting while Adam Buksa bagged a surprise hat-trick, two of which came deep into stoppage time.

That made it back-to-back wins for the White and Reds this month after hammering Albania 4-1 on Thursday.

In total, Paulo Sousa’s side have ten points; their only slip-ups came in a thrilling 3-3 draw in Hungary and that aforementioned defeat in London.

But, they are currently second, five points behind England, but one above Albania and three clear of Hungary.

Thus, Poland will be confident of at least a play-off place, in which the three successful teams will have to win two single-elimination ties.

As a nation, they’ve qualified for eight World Cup Finals, only 13 European nations have more, including appearing at Russia 2018.

That ended their 12-year exile from the World Cup but they have qualified for the last four Euros, reaching the quarter-finals in 2016.

But, this summer, Poland went out in the group phase, drawing with Spain but losing to both Slovakia and Sweden in Saint Petersburg.

This means they’ve only won three of their last 17 matches at major tournaments.

But, right now, their priority once again is just to be at the tournament.

This game won’t be easy for England as the hosts have only lost three of their last 19 competitive games on home soil.

Only Netherlands, Portugal and Italy, all in the Nations League, have left Poland victorious since 2013.

Their last home qualifying defeat came at the hands of Ukraine eight years ago.

Will England once again assert their authority on Group I at Stadion Narodowy or will it be a famous night for the home fans?

Will England win in Warsaw?

Poland vs England betting tips: World Cup qualifier preview, predictions and odds

TIRANA, ALBANIA – MARCH 28: Harry Kane celebrates with Declan Rice, John Stones and Mason Mount after scoring during the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar qualifier between Albania and England at Arena Kombëtare on March 28, 2021 in Tirana, Albania. . (Photo by Srdjan Stevanovic – The FA/The FA via Getty Images)

England meanwhile are running away with qualifying Group I.

On Saturday, in front of over 65,000 supporters, the Three Lions swatted aside Andorra at Wembley.

Jesse Lingard opened the scoring and that was actually the only goal until a late flurry in the final quarter of an hour.

Harry Kane smashed home a penalty before a curler from Lingard and a header from birthday boy Bukayo Saka secured the 4-0 victory.

This means Gareth Southgate’s side now have 15 points out of a possible 15 and are five points clear of their nearest challengers who are Poland.

Six nights ago, the Euro 2020 runners-up took a big step towards Qatar 2022, demolishing Hungary 4-0 at Puskás Aréna.

Now, they face the second of two tough away games and this one in Warsaw should provide an even sterner examination of their credentials.

Of course, England reached the final of the European Championships so have only lost four of their last 31 competitive matches (excluding shootouts).

In terms of European Qualifiers, England have won 50 of their last 61 fixtures, losing just twice since 2007.

This includes two meetings with Poland in World Cup 2014 qualification.

Back then, they drew 1-1 in Warsaw before a 2-0 victory at Wembley that secured their place in Brazil.

Thrice before England have qualified for a tournament with a 100% record.

They won three out of three en route to World Cups 1950 and 1954 and ten out of ten to get to Euro 2016.

Will Southgate’s side win again in this group and all but book their tickets to Qatar?


Poland team news vs England

Poland v Slovakia - UEFA Euro 2020: Group E

SAINT PETERSBURG, RUSSIA – JUNE 14: Robert Lewandowski of Poland shoots whilst under pressure from Milan Škriniar of Slovakia during the Euro 2020 Group E match between Poland and Slovakia on June 14, 2021 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. (Photo by Kirill Kudryavtsev – Pool/Getty Images)

Paulo Sousa only took over as Head Coach in March after Jerzy Brzęczek was sacked following a below par performance in the Nations League.

However, Sousa is now under pressure to deliver World Cup qualification following Euro 2020 or he too could be out the door.

Goalkeeper has been a hotly-contested spot in this side for about a decade now.

But, following Łukasz Fabiański’s retirement from international football, Wojciech Szczęsny is the undisputed first-choice.

To put this into context, before this international window, both had exactly 56 caps to their name.

In defence, Sousa has favoured a back three since first taking charge earlier this year.

He changed his entire back three on Sunday but Thursday’s trio will return.

This features Southampton’s Jan Bednarek, Bartosz Bereszyński and Kamil Glik who’ll move onto 88 caps, looking to become the fifth Pole to reach 100+.

Another English-based player, Kamil Jóźwiak of Derby County, could return at wing-back.

In midfield though, Leeds United’s Mateusz Klich has been ruled out due to a positive Covid-19 test.

So, Brighton & Hove Albion’s Jakub Moder will start alongside Grzegorz Krychowiak with Karol Linetty slightly further forward.

Up front, a key motivation behind going with a back three is it allows Sousa to use a front two.

However, the two leading candidates to be the assistant, Arkadiusz Milik and Krzysztof Piątek, are both injured.

So, after his hat-trick in San Marino, Adam Buksa of New England Revolution could keep his place with Karol Świderski missing out.

Buksa only made his international debut last week but has now scored four times in just two caps.

Whoever it is, their job is to be the foil for Robert Lewandowski.

The Bayern Munich centre-forward now has 72 international goals to his name, yielded from only 124 caps.

46 of these have come in European Qualifiers with only Cristiano Ronaldo (64) have scored more in the competition’s 87 year history.

Can Lewandowski fire his nation to a famous win over England?

England team news vs Poland

Poland vs England betting tips: World Cup qualifier preview, predictions and odds

Raheem Sterling celebrates scoring his team’s first goal with England’s midfielder Kalvin Phillips (L)e during the UEFA EURO 2020 Group D football match between England and Croatia at Wembley Stadium in London on June 13, 2021. (Photo by Glyn KIRK / POOL / AFP) (Photo by GLYN KIRK/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Gareth Southgate named his strongest XI for Thursday’s win in Budapest and then made 11 changes on Sunday.

Thus, it’s not farfetched to assume that he’ll make 11 changes again, reverting to the side that hammered Hungary.

Sam Johnstone won just his second cap in goal against Andorra but Jordan Pickford will return for this one.

At the back, despite stiff competition, Kyle Walker is the first-choice right-back.

Reece James deputised at Wembley with Kieran Tripper on the left and Trent Alexander-Arnold trialled in midfield, for 45 minutes at least.

Harry Maguire, John Stones and Luke Shaw will all also return at the back.

Tyrone Mings’ yellow card at the weekend means he is suspended anyway so won’t make the trip east.

In midfield, the Alexander-Arnold experiment was, at best, inconclusive so that might not be seen again for a while.

Jordan Henderson and Jude Bellingham were alongside and the 18 year old put in another eye-catching performance.

But, the tried and trusted Declan Rice and Kalvin Phillips duo will return for this tough fixture.

Further forward, the attacking quartet that started in Budapest was, particularly in the second half, devastating.

Jack Grealish was, arguably, a surprise inclusion alongside Mason Mount and Raheem Sterling but that £100 million man certainly staked a claim.

Sunday’s scorers Bukayo Saka and Jesse Lingard will be back on the bench; Jadon Sancho has withdrawn from the squad due to injury.

Lingard’s brace against Andorra were his first England goals since November 2018.

He has played just 357 minutes for Manchester United since the pandemic hit the UK, all be it with an outstanding loan spell at West Ham in this period.

In attack, Harry Kane has now scored in 14 successive European Qualifiers, last failing to do so against Slovakia four years and four days ago.

The captain will return here with debutant Patrick Bamford back in reserve.

Will England leave Stadion Narodowy eight points clear of Poland?


Predicted Poland line-up vs England

Predicted Poland line-up vs England

Predicted England line-up vs Poland

Predicted England line-up vs Poland

Highlights of England 2-1 Poland

Highlights of San Marino 1-7 Poland

Highlights of Hungary 3-3 Poland

Highlights of Poland 3-0 Andorra

Highlights of Poland 3-0 Bosnia & Herzegovina

Highlights of England 4-0 Andorra

Highlights of Hungary 0-4 England

Highlights of Albania 0-2 England

Highlights of England 5-0 San Marino

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When does Poland vs England kick off?

19:45 (UK), Wednesday 8 September 2021.

What is the best way to watch Poland vs England?

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Poland 1-3 England.

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