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Poland – Wales Free Betting Tips

In the Nations League group of the Netherlands and Belgium, Poland receives the Wales of Gareth Bale, among others, at the Tarczynski Arena in Wroclaw on Wednesday, June 1, 2022. For Poland, the team is already qualified for the World Cup in Qatar. The Polish team will want to make a statement in its first home game in the Nations League by winning at home against Wales. In addition, captain and Bundesliga top scorer Robert Lewandowski has announced that he will not be staying with Bayern Munich. So the striker will be hungry to put himself in the spotlight at a potential new club. Poland lost only 1 of its last 9 duels, but that was at home. Against Hungary in the World Cup qualifier it was 1-2.

For Wales, this game will be more or less a preparation for a more important one. Robert Page’s team will play four days after the game against Poland on June 5 in Cardiff against the winner of the Scotland – Ukraine game for a place at the World Cup in Qatar. Should Wales qualify for the World Cup, it will be the first time since 1958. The Welshmen will obviously want to go into the match with a good feeling by beating Poland, which will also give them their first three points. Given how important the game on June 5 is for the Welshmen, it will be interesting to see if the team in Poland will play with the brakes on, or if coach Page will perhaps save some players.

Poland lost 1 of its last 9 duels.

Wales is unbeaten in the last 9 duels in a row.

Poland won the last 3 mutual duels.

In 4 of Poland’s last 5 duels, more than 4.5 cards were handed out.

In 5 of Wales’ last 6 games, both teams scored.

Poland will want to take all three points in their first home game since qualifying for the World Cup. For Wales, this game is mainly a preparation for the important game in Cardiff on June 5, where they can qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1958. We expect the home advantage of the Poles to weigh heavily and predict a Polish victory in a game with less than 2.5 goals.

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Author: Jim Rogers