Poland will play their second friendly match in two days on Saturday, March 26. Finland is going to be another sparring partner for Poland while the White and Red are getting ready for Euro-2016.
Poland played against Serbia this Wednesday at own field and took 1-0 victory. The hosts played strong in the first half and focused on the defense in the second one. Adam Nawalka’s team is balanced and the coach knows how to manage the players in course of the match. With such performance Poland can count on place in the knockout phase in France. Poland are on 6-game unbeaten run and on 4-game winning streak. The team is unbeaten at own field since March 2014 which is 11 matches. They took 8 wins and 3 draws in them with aggregate goal difference 30-10.
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Finland aren’t among strongest teams in Europe. They ca impress in one match but aren’t capable of more than that. They miss Euro-2016 as they finished 4th in their group with 12 points and 9-10 goal difference behind Northern Ireland, Romania and Hungary. Finland took part in two friendly matches this year and lost both of them to Sweden 0-3 and to Iceland 0-1. The team played 4 away matches last year, winning 2, losing 1 and drawing 1.
The head-to-head record between these teams consists of 14 matches and the hosts of the upcoming clash have unquestionable advantage, but recent results are quite even. Poland shouldn’t settle for anything less than a victory after they defeated Serbia, who appear to be much stronger side than Finland.
Prediction for the match: Poland to win.