SPN vs POL Dream11: Spain will be taking on Poland in the upcoming Group E fixture in the Euro 2020. Spain were held to a stalemate against Sweden and will be eager to secure their first win in order to solidify their claim to the next round.
Meanwhile, Poland were beaten 2-1 to Slovakia and even got Gregorz Krychowiak sent off at the 62nd minute. Though Poland are missing out on a few key players due to injury, they will have to regroup and recollect their thoughts in order to get the favorable result. That being said, it could turn out to be an intriguing 90 odd minutes of football.
Date: Sunday, June 20
Kick-Off: 12:30 AM (IST)
Venue: Estadi de La Cartuja
Head to Head
In the 10 previous meetings between the two sides, it’s Spain who have ensured their dominance with eight wins. Poland have managed to win just the one game, while, one has ended on level terms.
Injury Report and Unavailability: Sergio Busquets was tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month and is unlikely to start.
Expected Changes and Strategy: U Simon should be starting in at goal, while, J Alba, P Torres, A Laporte and M Llorente could line up as the back four in defence. Rodri, Thiago Alcantara, and Koke are expected to feature in the midfield region. Daniel Olmo, Ferran Torres and Gerard Moreno are in contention to lead the attack up top.
Unai Simon; Jordi Alba, Pau Torres, Aymeric Laporte, Marcos Llorente; Rodri, Thiago Alcantara, Koke; Daniel Olmo, Ferran Torres, Gerard Moreno
Injury Report and Unavailability: Gregorz Krychowiak is out due to a suspension.
Expected Changes and Strategy: W Szczesny should be starting in at goal, while, M Rybus, J Bednarek, K Gilk and B Bereszynski could line up in defence. K Linetty and M Klich could partner along in central midfield. K Jozwiak, P Frankowski and R Lewandowski are anticipated to lead the attack up front.
Wojciech Szczesny; Maciej Rybus, Jan Bednarek, Kamil Glik, Bartosz Bereszynski; Karol Linetty, Piotr Zielinski, Mateusz Klich; Kamil Jozwiak, Przemyslaw Frankowski, Robert Lewandowski
Gerard Moreno is backed as the first one to score a goal for Spain as per the odds by 7/2. Moreno bagged 30 goals for Villarreal in the previous season and will be the danger man here.
Robert Lewandoski can play a pivotal role in the final third region for Poland. The odds in favor of the veteran centre forward to score a goal are 15/2. Lewandowki registered 40 goals in the Bundesliga in the previous season and is also in charge of the penalty kicks for Poland.
The odds in favor of Ferran Torres to score a goal for Spain are 9/2. The Manchester City man scored 12 goals from 33 appearances last season.
The likes of Thiago Alcantara, Koke, Rodri for Spain, as well as Piotr Zielinski and Mateusz Klich for Poland can collect significant points for the user with their passing range and ability to intercept.
GK: U Simon
DEF: J Alba, K Glik, M Rybus
MID: Koke, P Zielinski, R Hernandez, M Klich
FOR: R Lewandowski, G Moreno, F Torres
Spain did dominate ball against Swden but were unable to have the cutting edge on the night. Meanwhile, Poland will have to go out all guns blazing in order to get maximum points. That could play into Spain’s hands as the SPN vs POL Today Match Prediction odds are backing Spain to get the win b 1.38 as per 1XBET.