Poland welcome the visitors Latvia in the Euro Qualification – Round 2. The match will be held on Sunday, March, 24th, at the PGE Narodowy (Warsaw).
In the first Euro qualifier, Poland attained a 1:0 win in Austria: not that strong, but still. Actually, the victory was no surprise. The team are staffed with rather qualified performers who compete in solid Serie A clubs. Bereszynski plays in Sampdoria, Piatek is Milan’s forward, Zielinski and Milik come from Napoli, Szczesny fights for Juventus. Also, they feature Glik from Monaco, Kedziora from Dynamo Kyiv, Klich from Leeds United, Krychowiak from Lokomotiv Moscow, and, certainly, Lewandowski from Bayern Munich.
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Latvia do not boast such players, and given that football is not very popular in the country, they will hardly do soon. The Baltic side are made of local performers, there are a few foreign players, but they compete for frugal teams in Switzerland, Netherlands, Kazakhstan, and … Poland. The second goalkeeper Steinbors plays for Arka Gdynia, the midfielder Tarasovs defends Slask Wroclaw, and the forward Sabala competes for Podbeskidzie.
There is a gulf in class between the Sunday opponents. Poland regularly compete in World Cups and European Championships, whereas Latvia have accidentally qualified for the Euro 2004 once in their history, and this is it. Then the guests only receded. In the first qualifier held three days back, Latvia conceded to North Macedonia, 3:1, losing 2:0 yet in the first half-time. They will be beaten by Poland either and will probably start doing so in the first half. Poland’s attack is powerful, take, for example, their Lewandowski, or the Naples couple Milik and Zielinski – the forwards will not go easy on Latvia and will demonstrate their advantage at once, scoring once or twice and registering a win in the end.
Prediction for the match: Poland to win in the first half-time & Poland to win.