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Poland Vs England Prediction, Odds And Team News

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Poland Vs England Prediction, Odds And Team News

England can take a huge step towards World Cup qualification when they travel to Warsaw to take on Poland on Wednesday night.

Gareth Southgate’s young Three Lions cruised to a 4-0 victory over Andorra last time out, while Poland put seven past San Marino in a 7-1 thrashing on Sunday.

Having won all five of their matches so far, the Three Lions are five points clear of their hosts at the top of Group I, with their ticket to Qatar all but booked.

England last played Poland in a 2-1 triumph at Wembley in March
England last played Poland in a 2-1 triumph at Wembley in March
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The last meeting between the sides in Warsaw resulted in a 1-1 draw back in 2012, but that was nearly a decade ago and both sides have been injected with some serious talent since then. 


Ahead of the game, our tipster Robert Mann takes a look at some of the best bets from Poland vs England to get your teeth stuck into.

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Poland vs England betting tips & predictions

Poland are 5/1 to win, with England priced at 8/13 to come away with the victory. A draw is priced at 5/2.

Prediction: 0-2 (11/2)

Win to Nil: England/England (5/4)

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England last played Poland in a 2-1 triumph at Wembley in March thanks to a penalty from Harry Kane and a late winner from Harry Maguire.

On the face of it, Poland’s goal at Wembley is one of only three that England have conceded in their past 15 matches and we’re backing the Three Lions to keep Robert Lewandowski at bay this evening.

Poland’s goal at Wembley is one of only three that England have conceded in their past 15 matches
Poland’s goal at Wembley is one of only three that England have conceded in their past 15 matches

First Goalscorer: Harry Kane (13/5)

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Kane has 40 goals for his country and continues to close on Wayne Rooney’s national record of 53 goals.

The England captain will be confident that he can keep adding to his tally, too, especially against a Poland side who have only kept one clean sheet in the past 12 matches.

Harry Kane is continuing to close on Wayne Rooney’s national record of 53 goals
Harry Kane is continuing to close on Wayne Rooney’s national record of 53 goals

Headed Shot On Target: Harry Maguire (11/8)

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During this summer’s European Championships, England conceded only twice - in the semi-final and final - and Maguire had an effort on target in every knockout game, bar the final. 

Last time out against Hungary, the Manchester United captain headed home Luke Shaw’s corner for England's third and we’re backing him to be a threat in the air once again this evening.

Harry Maguire scored against Poland last time out at Wembley
Harry Maguire scored against Poland last time out at Wembley

Odds are correct at the time of publication and are, as always, subject to change.

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Poland team news

Adam Buksa could earn a start after his 27-minute hat-trick last time out and could play alongside Lewandowski who will be looking to build on his staggering 72 goals at international level. 

Elsewhere, Jan Bednarek and Kamil Glik should both return to the defensive wall, while Bartosz Bereszynski is expected to return to the fold after coming off injured against Albania.

England team news

Jadon Sancho has been forced to withdraw from the squad with a knock, while Bukayo Saka and Jesse Lingard are unlikely to keep their places over Raheem Sterling and Jack Grealish.

Newly-called up forward Patrick Bamford endured a frustrating England debut against Andorra before being replaced for Kane. Could we see the Leeds United talisman bag his first England goal tonight?


Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: England, Football World Cup

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