Bets and Forecast for the match Poland – Netherlands at Euro 2024

Bets and Forecast for the match Poland – Netherlands at Euro 2024

Odds for the match between Poland and the Netherlands at Euro 2024, provided by the bookmaker Favbet

Poland qualified for the European Championships for the fifth time in a row, but the Netherlands remain a problem team for them. The Poles are winless in their last 12 meetings with the Netherlands (5 draws, 7 defeats), dating back to a Euro qualifier in May 1979, when their 35-year-old talisman Robert Lewandowski was not yet born. Lewandowski will miss this game Poland Netherlands Euro 2024 due to injury.

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Netherlands coach Ronald Koeman was part of the Dutch team that won the last Euro in Germany, beating the USSR 2-0 in the 1988 final, before the current players were born. Injuries continue to be a problem – midfielders Thein Koopmeiners and Frenkie de Jong were out of the squad ahead of the tournament – but the team, with Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk in defense and Memphis Depay, Lewandowski’s former Barcelona colleague, remains a formidable force in attack.

The article will cover the following topics:

  • Odds for the match Poland – Netherlands Euro2024
  • Team line-ups for the match Poland – Netherlands
  • The best bets on Poland Netherlands

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Odds for the match Poland Netherlands

Match outcome Odds (Favbet)
Victory for Poland 6.20
Draw 4.05
Dutch victory 1.60
1X 2.42
12 1.26
X2 1.13

Odds for the match between Poland and the Netherlands at Euro 2024, provided by bookmaker Favbet, reflect the current form and historical statistics of these teams’ meetings.

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The reasons for such coefficients and Poland Netherlands match betting can be seen based on statistics.

Historical results:

  • In the last 6 meetings when Poland played at home, they won 2 times and the Netherlands 4 times. The goal difference is 9-8 in favor of the Netherlands.
  • In the last 11 meetings, Poland won 2 times, there were 3 draws, and the Netherlands won 6 times. The goal difference is 16-11 in favor of the Netherlands.
  • Poland’s last home win over the Netherlands was in 1979.

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Team form:

  • Poland are on a 5-game winning streak and are unbeaten in their last 8 games.
  • The Netherlands have scored at least one goal in their last 13 matches in a row.
  • Poland wins the first half in 63% of their matches, and the Netherlands in 45% of their matches.

Results of personal meetings:

  • Their last meeting was won by the Netherlands, winning by 2 goals.
  • Poland did not win in the last 5 meetings (4 wins for the Netherlands, 1 draw).
  • On average, Poland scores 0.8 goals per match against the Netherlands, and the Netherlands scores 1.8 goals against Poland.
  • The average number of goals in meetings between Poland and the Netherlands is 2.6, and in the first half – 0.8.

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Experts from SportArena analyzed the statistics of this match and are ready to give forecast Poland Netherlandswhich is built on analytics, not sensations!

  1. Netherlands (-0.5). Coefficient: 1.55

In 5 of the last 6 meetings against Poland, the Netherlands have won by at least 1 goal. This shows that the Netherlands have a strong tendency to win with a comfortable lead over Poland.

  1. The Netherlands will score first. Coefficient: 1.45

The Netherlands have scored first in 7 of their last 9 away matches. This demonstrates a fast start and the ability to control the game from the very beginning.

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  1. The Netherlands will score over 1.5 goals. Coefficient: 1.79

The Netherlands have scored more than 1 goal in 5 of their last 5 away matches against Poland. This shows their efficiency in attack and ability to overcome the Polish defense.

  1. Victory for the Netherlands. Coefficient: 1.58

The Netherlands have won 5 of their last 5 away matches against Poland. This indicates their dominance in personal meetings and a high probability of repeating the result.

  1. Poland will score more than 0.5 goals. Coefficient: 1.80

Poland have scored more than 0 goals in 9 of their last 9 home matches. This speaks to their ability to score at least one goal at home.

  1. The Netherlands will not lose (X2). Coefficient: 1.13

The Netherlands are unbeaten in 10 of their last 10 matches against Poland. This emphasizes their stability and confidence in these meetings.

  1. Less than 9.5 corners. Coefficient: 1.79

There have been fewer than 10 corners in 6 of Poland’s last 6 matches. This indicates a low number of corners in their games.

  1. Both teams will score (Yes). Coefficient: 2.05

Both teams scored at least 1 goal in 3 of the Netherlands’ 4 away matches against Poland. This demonstrates the possibility of exchanging goals in the upcoming match.

Some analytics from foreign reporters. Polish reporter Piotr Kozminski wonders how Poland will play without its most experienced player (150 caps) and all-time leading scorer (82 goals)? Robert Lewandowski is out due to a muscle injury, and three candidates are vying for his place: Karol Swiderski, Adam Buksa and Krzysztof Piatek. A potential surprise could be Kacper Urbanski, who could start or come off the bench.

Poland squad for Euro 2024

Goalkeepers:

  • Wojciech Szczęsny – 34 years old, number 1
  • Łukasz Skorupski – 33 years old, number 12
  • Marcin Bułka – 24 years old, number 22

Defenders:

  • Bartosz Salamon – 33 years old, number 2
  • Sebastian Walukiewicz – 24 years old, number 4
  • Jan Bednarek – 28 years old, number 5
  • Jakub Kiwior – 24 years old, number 14
  • Tymoteusz Puchacz – 25 years old, number 15
  • Bartosz Bereszyński – 31 years old, number 18
  • Przemysław Frankowski – 29 years old, number 19

Midfielders:

  • Paweł Dawidowicz – 29 years old, number 3
  • Jakub Piotrowski – 26 years old, number 6
  • Jakub Moder – 25 years old, number 8
  • Piotr Zieliński – 30 years old, number 10
  • Kamil Grosicki – 36 years old, number 11
  • Taras Romanczuk – 32 years old, number 13
  • Damian Szymański – 28 years old, number 17
  • Sebastian Szymański – 25 years old, number 20
  • Nicola Zalewski – 22 years old, number 21
  • Bartosz Slisz – 25 years old, number 24
  • Kacper Urbański – 19 years old, number 26

Forwards:

  • Karol Świderski – 27 years old, number 7
  • Robert Lewandowski – 35 years old, number 9
  • Adam Buksa – 27 years old, number 16
  • Krzysztof Piątek – 28 years old, number 23
  • Michal Skóraś – 24 years old, number 25

Coach: Michał Probierz

Netherlands squad for Euro 2024

Goalkeepers:

  • Bart Verbruggen – 21 years old, number 1
  • Justin Bijlow – 26 years old, number 13
  • Mark Flekken – 31 years old, number 23

Defenders:

  • Lutsharel Geertruida – 23 years old, number 2
  • Matthijs De Ligt – 24 years old, number 3
  • Virgil van Dijk – 32 years old, number 4
  • Nathan Aké – 29 years old, number 5
  • Stefan De Vrij – 32 years old, number 6
  • Micky van de Ven – 23 years old, number 15
  • Daley Blind – 34 years old, number 17
  • Denzel Dumfries – 28 years old, number 22

Midfielders:

  • Georginio Wijnaldum – 33 years old, number 8
  • Tijjani Reijnders – 25 years old, number 14
  • Joey Veerman – 25 years old, number 16
  • Ian Maatsen – 22 years old, number 20
  • Jerdy Schouten – 27 years old, number 24
  • Ryan Gravenberch – 22 years old, number 26

Forwards:

  • Xavi Simons – 21 years old, number 7
  • Wout Weghorst – 31 years old, number 9
  • Memphis Depay – 30 years old, number 10
  • Cody Gakpo – 25 years old, number 11
  • Jeremy Frimpong – 23 years old, number 12
  • Donyell Malen – 25 years old, number 18
  • Brian Brobbey – 22, number 19
  • Joshua Zirkzee – 23 years old, number 21
  • Steven Bergwijn – 26 years old, number 25

Coach: Ronald Koeman

Source: Sportarena

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