First-place England and second-place Poland go head to head at PGE Narodowy, Warsaw, in Group I of the Qatar World Cup 2022 qualifiers.
Poland will likely be happy with their World Cup qualification campaign so far, currently sat in second-place behind England, which is about where they’d have expected to be. Their most recent two games will have provided a boost in confidence ahead of the England game, too, beating Albania 4-1 and San Marino 7-1.
Poland are however only a single point above third-placed Albania and just three points above Hungary, so if they lose to England and Albania and Hungary win their matches they’ll be down to third-place on equal points with fourth.
England have met all expectations and won each of their five Group I qualification matches so far, only conceding a single goal in the process (vs Poland). This leaves them five points clear at the top of the group. A win in Warsaw would give England an eight-point cushion over Poland and, if Albania beat San Marino at home, a six-point lead at the top.
With four group matches remaining, England may clinch a spot in the World Cup with wins against Andorra and Hungary at home next month if Poland avoid defeat against Albania.
Head to head, it was England that got the better of the two sides at the end of March with a 2-1 home win, although Poland were without star man Lewandowski. While there may have been a few draws in the process, Poland haven’t beaten England since 1973 (48 years) having met 17 times since.
Odds For Poland v England
You undoubtedly don’t need us to inform you that England are the favourites to win entering this Group I match on Wednesday evening between Poland and England.
The best current odds available for an England win are 4/6, while odds on a draw are at around 15/4 and a Poland upset is priced at around 19/4. For your convenience, you can get the best live odds right here:
While England certainly are the favourites, you can never rule out a goal from Poland who have Lewandowski in their arsenal – one of the most prolific goalscorers in world football. Due to this, we certainly think it’s worth a bet on the ‘match result and both teams to score’ market. Here are the current live odds for that:
England are currently the third-favourites to lift the World Cup trophy at around 8/1 on most betting sites. Poland, on the other hand, are around 200/1, which is 23rd out of 83 teams still left in the competition. Here are the odds of the current top 8 nations for your betting convenience:
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Betting Tips For Poland v England
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Where To Bet On Poland v England
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Poland vs England is scheduled to kick off at 19:45 on Wednesday the 8th of September 2021.