Both teams have scored in each of Netherlands’ last three assignments.Poland have scored at least once in seven of their last nine home matches.Netherlands drew 1-1 with Italy and Spain since October.All to play for in Poland
A thrilling Nations League A Group 1 campaign reaches its climax this week, and both Poland and the Netherlands are still in with an outside shot of finishing first in the section ahead of their destiny-defining clash in Chorzow.
Poland’s chances of topping the group were dented over the weekend when they were beaten 2-0 by leaders Italy in Reggio Emilia, while Netherlands put themselves firmly back in contention with a fine 3-1 triumph against Bosnia-Herzegovina – a result that provided new manager Frank de Boer with the first victory of his tenure.
With renewed belief, and a duck finally broken, a Netherlands team – who have seen both teams score in three games on the spin – will be targeting more success in Poland this week, though following their first win under de Boer up with another should prove tough.
Poland are unbeaten in nine matches on home soil, and having scored at least once in seven of those fixtures, a Biało-czerwoni team spearheaded by the incomparable Robert Lewandowski should be backed to find the net.
With the factors aligned ahead of Wednesday’s game, the both teams to score market jumps out at a price worth backing at the Stadion Śląski, while our correct score prediction tips both sides to be left frustrated in their pursuit of top spot after a 1-1 draw.
The Netherlands are unbeaten in three games following a tough gauntlet of fixtures that included tests against Italy, Spain and Bosnia-Herzegovina. The Oranje drew 1-1 with the first two of that aforementioned trio of heavy hitters, and with their performances improving, a similar outcome against a formidable Poland team is likely.