England vs Poland Prediction | 31/03/2021 | World Cup

Victory over Albania in the second round of the WC 2022 qualifier helps England to continue to show its dominance. Let’s follow England vs Poland Prediction.

And in the final match of this rally, the Three Lions will have to face an opponent that is not easy to play, Poland on their home turf.

England vs Poland Prediction

MATCH INFORMATION:

  • Match date: 6:45pm on Wednesday 31st March 2021
  • Event: World Cup Qualif. UEFA
  • Stage: Matchday 3rd

HEAD TO HEAD:

With his level and the advantage of the field, the British team will still be the name that is more appreciated than Poland in this match through the currently listed handicap of 1.25. However, the Three Lions cannot be too subjective in the match until after all, Poland owns a not bad current generation.

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England vs Poland Prediction

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Asian handicap  England vs Poland Prediction:

Handicap Odds: 1.25

White Eagles own many players who are also playing very well in Europe’s top leagues, especially superstar striker Lewandowski is currently in very high form. There is a certain concern for Southgate and his players if they cannot keep their concentration during the game. Statistics show that Poland only had to receive exactly 3 failures in their last 12 trips away from home.

The number is not bad and will make the England team not too leisurely even when Wembley is always a solid fulcrum for the Three Lions. The England team will need to prove their true bravery. The display of position along with that strength will help the Three Lions have a sufficiently active posture against Poland and open victory in this matchup.

In the next match, UK team is considered the superior team when handicapping the other team.  

→ From the odds by CMD368 bookmaker, the best pick: Poland +0.5 HT, UK -1.25 FT

Over Under   

Odds: 2.75

The 2-0 victory over Albania helped England get all 6 points after 2 matches, along with the number 1 position at the moment. Obviously, the Three Lions are still maintaining a very good sense of the ball and have somehow found themselves again after the Nations League defeat three months ago. Surely the England team will need to continue to show strength in their last match in this gathering.

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Meanwhile, with Poland, the white eagle could not have a satisfactory debut when it was only possible to get 1 draw on the field of Hungary with a score of 3-3. It will partly affect the opportunity for Poland to rise to participate in the top 2 positions at this time. However, with inherent abilities, they can completely look forward to the next matches with more positive results.

Poland will still be an annoying name for the English team in the upcoming match. A show of competition that in general will still be the name that has the initiative in terms of battle, but the ability to be aggressive will bring many doubts.

Therefore, our expert believes that Under will be optimal for investors in the next 90 minutes.

Prediction: Under 

England vs Poland Prediction

Final Scores: England vs Poland Prediction 

→ Our prediction of the match result: 

  • HT England 0-0 Poland
  • FT England 2-0 Poland

1×2 Odds Betting

  • Odds from CMD368: updating
  • Select: UK to win (Full Time)

The European odds from CMD368 is also an advantage for the home team when England’s rate is 1.30 while Poland’s figure is 6.00. The series of 2 wins after the first 2 days of competition is bringing great confidence to England and they can fully look forward to an active match against Poland, even if it is not easy. Most likely, with advantages and bravery, England will be the team with 3 full points in the next match.

Expected Team  

England: Jordan Pickford, Kyle Walker, Eric Dier, Harry Maguire, Kieran Trippier, Mason Mount, Declan Rice, Bukayo Saka, Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Harry Kane.

Poland:  Lukasz Fabianski, Arkadiusz Reca, Jan Bednarek, Kamil Glik, Tomasz Kedziora, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Mateusz Klich, Kamil Jozwiak, Piotr Zielinski, Przemyslaw Placheta, Robert Lewandowski.