Belgium will look to make it back-to-back UEFA Nations League triumphs against Poland when the two teams meet on Tuesday night in Warsaw.
The Red Devils won 6-1 in their first meeting on June 8, but both teams have four points from their first three League A Group 4 fixtures.
Poland, who are presently third in Group 4 of League A with four points, three points behind leaders Netherlands, drew 2-2 with Louis van Gaal’s side on Saturday, having opened up a two-goal lead before being forced to concede.
Belgium has four points from three games to lie second, three points behind the Netherlands. The Red Devils won Group 2 of League A in the 2020-21 UEFA Nations League to go to the semi-finals, where they were defeated 3-2 by France before falling to Italy in the third-place playoff.
Poland vs Belgium H2H
Poland vs Belgium have faced off twenty times with Poland winning seven times and Belgium, seven times.
|Poland||20 MATCHES (6 DRAW)||Belgium|
Last 5 H2H games stats
- Games over 2.5 goals – 8 /20
- Both teams scored -10/20
Poland vs Belgium form guide
Poland’s Last 5 – DWWLD
Belgium’s Last 5 -DWLWW
- Poland has scored 8 goals and conceded 10 in their last 5 matches
- 2 out of Poland’s last 5 games ended with Over 2.5 Goals
- 4 out of Poland’s last 5 games Both Teams Scored
- Belgium has scored 13 goals and conceded 13 in their last 5 matches
- 4 out of 5 Belgium’s last 5 games ended with Over 2.5 Goals
- 4 out of 5 Belgium’s last 5 games Both Teams Scored
Poland vs Belgium team news
Lewandowski did not play in Poland’s 2-2 tie with the Netherlands on Saturday, but he is anticipated to return to the starting lineup for this match.
Head coach Michniewicz is unlikely to make changes from the starting lineup against Van Gaal’s club, but Szymon Zurkowski could fill in at midfield.
Kamil Glik and Wojciech Szczesny are both expected to return to the starting lineup as Poland looks to make it seven points from their first four games in the group.
Meanwhile, Belgium has not disclosed any injuries from their Saturday draw with Wales, although Martinez has revealed that three players will not play.
Indeed, Kevin De Bruyne, Yannick Carrasco, and Thomas Meunier will not travel to Poland, and Dedryck Boyata and Axel Witsel’s participation is in doubt.
Poland vs Belgium prediction
Poland will be desperate to avenge their huge setback in the first match, but we’re having trouble separating the two sides here, as experts we’ll be picking:
- Both teams to score @ 1.69
- 1st half total match card – over 1.5 @ 2.20
- Lewandoski Any time goalscorer @ 2.30
- Double chance corner – 1x @ 1.89
*DISCLAIMER: Odds are subject to change
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