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Belgium will be looking to bounce back after a defeat in its first match of this edition of the Nations League, as it plays host for a second consecutive match, and face an in-form Poland.
Belgium will be pretty disappointed with the outcome of its match against the Netherlands on Saturday. The Oranje ran riot at the King Baudouin Stadium, decimating the hosts. Steven Bergwijn dealt the first blow in the closing minutes of the first half, while Memphis Depay, scored a brace in the second half, and Denzel Dumfries too joined the party, and the visitors netted a total of 4 goals.
A goal by Michy Batshuayi in the stoppage time of the second half proved to be a mere consolation, and Belgium is now in a relegation spot, with a real chance of dropping down to League B. However, despite its humiliating loss over the weekend, most football betting sites are giving pretty short odds for a home win.
Poland was a confident lot, after earning a hard-fought victory against Sweden in the World Cup qualifiers against Sweden, and booked a spot in the showpiece event scheduled to be held in Qatar later this year.
They followed it with another win in their inaugural contest against Wales. Wales coach Robb Page had fielded a less than perfect squad for this match, as he was saving his best players for the World Cup qualifiers against Ukraine. And the strategy did reap the benefits, as Wales advanced to its first World Cup finals since 1958. They also scored the first goal against Poland, but the hosts came back strongly, scoring twice in 12 minutes to hand them an advantage in the early stages of the tournament.
Match prediction and football betting tips for Belgium vs Poland, Nations League 2022. The match is going to be played at the King Baudouin Stadium, Belgium, on 8th June 2022.
Despite being called the `Golden generation´ of Belgian football, the current team has been underperforming when it comes to the big tournaments. They also recently conceded the top spot in the FIFA World rankings, a place that they have held for 3 consecutive years, to Brazil. They will desperately look to boost their morale before heading to Qatar for the World Cup.
Romelu Lukaku looked in a lot of discomfort as he headed off the field in the 28th minute in the game against the Netherlands, after twisting his ankle, and will most likely be unavailable for this game. Jason Denayer and Thibaut Courtois too will be unavailable for selection.
Poland coach Michiniewicz is unlikely to tinker around with his winning team and is likely to field a similar eleven. Szczesny is likely to be the only change, as he makes a return in front of the net.
We are likely to see a close contest, but the hosts should edge out in the end.
Bet on a Belgium win.
Belgium has scored at least once in each of its last 45 matches, while Poland has done so in 19 successive games since November 2020. We reckon that this game will be no different, and fans at both ends of the pitch will be treated to goals.
4 of the last 5 matches have seen at least 3 goals scored, while 3 of the last 5 matches of Poland have also seen more than 2.5 goals. We are definitely in for another goal-fest this week.