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Compare the best Odds for Spain vs Poland at Euro 2020
Below, you’ll find recommendations for top bookies with the best Spain vs Poland odds for Euro 2020. These suggestions are made by our team of experts, who evaluate the different bookmakers as objectively as possible.
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Match Info, Statics and Live score for Spain vs Poland
The Spanish and Polish teams are certainly no strangers, having clashed many times over the years. However, of the ten games that these teams have contested, Spain won eight while Poland picked up victory from a single friendly match. These statistics alone may see Spain vs Poland odds favour the Spanish squad.
Qualifying also shows that Spain are sticking to their habit of not employing a single prolific striker. Instead, the well-rounded squad has several scorers, all of whom played a part in racking up the team’s 31 goals.
The goal difference between the teams is significant, with the Spanish at +26, and the Poles at +13. Even though coach Brzeczek is leading the team to quite a comeback after their poor performance at the 2018 World Cup, it might not be enough to beat the talented Spanish squad led by the experienced Luis Enrique.
Spain vs Poland Head to Head: Statistics & Results
Below we’ve listed statistics, team and player information that may have an impact on the odds and match result. Who will win? Here are a few factors that may affect the final score.
Spain at Euro 2020
Spain outperformed the other teams in their qualifying group, placing first and five points ahead of the Swedes in second place. However, it puts them only one point ahead of what Poland achieved, a factor that may affect Spain vs Poland odds.
The Spanish team won eight of their ten matches and ended two in a draw. Their average goals per game are 2.60, again just ahead of the Polish team.
The top scorer for the team is Alvaro Morata with four goals. This puts him two goals behind both the top scorer for qualifying group F, as well as behind Poland’s Lewandowski.
The head coach is Luis Enrique, who’s been with the team since 2018. His first run with the team was cut short when he quit for personal reasons, before returning later in 2019. Although he’s an experienced coach, how his limited time with the team will impact their performance remains to be seen.
Poland at Euro 2020
Poland did relatively well during qualifying, winning eight of their ten games. They also ended one match in a draw and lost another. Their average goals per game are 2.50, which is just behind Spain’s 2.60.
Robert Lewandowski scored six goals, tying him with the Austrian top scorer, Arnautovic. However, that still puts him well behind the leading scorer in qualifying group G – Israel’s Zahavi, with 11 goals. That said, the Polish team still placed first in their group, ahead of the Austrian team.
Jerzy Brzeczek is the lead coach and has been since 2018. His leadership hasn’t been without its issues. The team performed poorly during the 2018 Nations League and suffered a horrible loss against Slovenia. As a result, many called for Brzeczek’s dismissal.
The coach’s persistence may be paying off, though, as the team is putting on an excellent showing for Euro 2020. Whether it’s enough to swing Spain vs Poland odds in their favour remains to be seen.