Poland vs Estonia Prediction & Match Preview 22/03/2024

Poland go head-to-head against Estonia on Thursday. Read our Predictions and Betting Tips with Match Preview, Head-to-head stats (h2h) and Team Form Analysis.

This match will be played on 22/03/2024 at 03:45

Poland vs Estonia

Poland will be aiming to seal their spot in the EURO 2024 playoffs final when they face Estonia at PGE Narodowy. The Poles defeated Latvia in their last warm-up game and seeing that head coach Michal Probierz can count on key players for Thursday’s showdown, home win should be considered. Aston Villa right-back Matty Cash is back to the starting XI after missing the Czech Republic game with injury, while Barcelona ace Robert Lewandowski is widely expected to lead the line for the hosts.

The Estonians, on the other hand, were serving as a cannon fodder for their rivals in Group F, with the team collecting only one point in total in the process. Taking everything into account, David faces Goliath in Warsaw and anything but a routine home win would be a big surprise. Oliver Jurgens is back to contention after limping off with injury in the last qualifying match.

Poland x Estonia

Outright Betting

Poland are short priced 2/11 favourites on Maxjili to put Estonia to the sword on Thursday night.

Estonia are a whopping 20/1 to triumph inside 90 minutes while a Stadion Narodowy stalemate is also considered unlikely at 7/1 .

Recent Meetings

Poland have dominated this matchup historically. They won five of the previous six meetings with Estonia.

Estonia shocked Orly 1-0 in their last head-to-head game. It was an exhibition in 2012. Poland did not have their best players on the occasion.

Estonia have only scored three goals in six meetings with Poland.

Poland vs Estonia Prediction

Despite their poor qualifying campaign, Poland are huge favourites in this matchup. We expect them to confirm the tag with ease and finish the job early in the game against a clearly weaker opponent. Estonia’s goal difference of 2-22 in eight qualifying games says enough about the team’s strength. Poland play in front of the home fans. A place in the final of the UEFA Euro 2024 qualification playoffs is on the line. We see big value in backing two or more goals to be scored in the first half at the 2.50 odds.

Robert Lewandowski has been on a strong spell of form for Barcelona of late. The 35-year-old forward was on target in each of his team’s last two wins over Napoli and Atletico Madrid. Robert will obviously have plenty of room to deliver on Thursday past the leaky Estonian back line. We would not be surprised to see Polish talisman netting a brace or even a hat-trick on Thursday. In these circumstances, the value is great with the 2.40 odds offered for Poland to win by three or more goals difference.

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