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Poland U21 VS Belgium U21, a home win

UEFA U21Poland U21 VS Belgium U21, a home win

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Posted Sun, 16 Jun 2019 09:37:51 GMT        

Match Time:6/17/2019 00:30 Monday (GMT+8)

UEFA European U-21 Football Championship -- Poland U21  VS  Belgium U21

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Poland U21: Weak form ( Recent Form: W L W D L )

For the Polish U21 national team alone, the qualification for this European Championship finals is already a great success. After a 23-year absence, the White-Reds 2017 celebrated their comeback on the European junior stage, but disappointed at the home European championship across the board. After three rounds only one point was on the credit side, so that the team, at the time a certain Krzystof Piatek had to make do with the Joker role, after the group phase canceled the sails. Two years later, the men of coach Czeslaw Michniewicz set the goal to collect more meters and thus possibly to make the leap to the semi-finals. But this will not be easy either, because in a group with Italy, Spain and Belgium "Polska" is considered the weakest team. Nevertheless, the young Biało-Czerwoni has impressively demonstrated in the qualification that they have rightly solved the ticket for the European Championship in Italy & San Marino. In ten qualifying games, the Poles remained completely unbeaten (six wins, four draws), but still had to settle for second place behind Denmark. As a consequence, two playoff matches against the highly rated Portuguese were on the program, in which the Michniewicz's men unexpectedly prevailed 3-2 on the way home and away. These positive experiences from the dramatic playoffs, in which the Red-Whites, after a 0-1 defeat in front of their home crowd in the first leg, the return leg of the European champion offspring won 3-1, are a not to be underestimated argument to Sunday evening between Poland and Belgium a tip to higher quotas on the supposed underdog to dare. The fact is that you are in the squad of the world ranking-20. searching in vain for internationally renowned talents. The most valuable player in the Polish squad is Dawid Kownacki of Fortuna Dusseldorf. In addition, Rafael Szymanski of Legia Warsaw is likely to attract much of the scouting interest. Due to the individual quality available only in moderation, the collective is all the more written, which we consider to be an exciting and thoroughly promising approach, especially since the bookmakers are known to be guided by outstanding individualists in their distribution of betting odds.


Belgium U21: Two straight losses ( Recent Form: W W D L L )

Similar to the Polish U21 national team, the Belgians also have one player in their ranks, who caused a sensation at Fortuna Dusseldorf last season. The speech is of course by Dodi Lukebakio. The tall and fast attacker was involved in a total of 14 goals of the Rhinelander and scored three goals, including in the away game at Bayern Munich. No wonder that the loan of English Premier League club Watford in the coming season is very likely to draw a new club. Diverse Bundesliga clubs should be interested, although the advisers of the 21-year-old certainly hope that Lukebakio also plays great in the upcoming U21 European Championship and then flutter even better doped offers on the table. Lukebakio is one of the most promising talents in the Belgian U21, otherwise relying almost entirely on players who were previously unable to gain a foothold in the senior team. On the one hand, what could turn out to be an advantage in terms of being a recluse and the rehearsed automatisms, on the other hand, can certainly also be regarded as a risk or disadvantage due to a lack of experience at the highest international level. Looking alone at the results in the European Championship qualification, then in the upcoming duel between Poland and Belgium, a prognosis on the young devils is difficult to refute. The team of Johan Walem collected an impressive 26 points from ten qualifying games (eight wins, two draws) and conceded only five goals. The latest three internationals of the Belgians, however, raise a few minor question marks. Following the already disappointing 3: 3 draw against Romanians in November last year, the Young Devils suffered bitter defeats against Denmark (2: 3) and France (0: 3) in both March and early June. Nine conceded goals in three games may be an indication that the defensive is not as solid as expected. The self-confidence is cracked after these mixed performances something.



After all, nuances and the famous little bit of luck will decide the outcome of this duel. We therefore see in the listings on a success of the supposed outsider from Poland the greater value and decide between Poland and Belgium for a tip on the Michniewicz's men.


Poland U21        -        Belgium U21


Pick: Poland U21  0.5 


Poland U21  VS  Belgium U21, a home win

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