Bosnia vs Poland Betting Odds and Predictions
Will Bosnia tie in with the points they won in Italy?
⚽️ Match: Bosnia – Poland
⚽️ Competition: UEFA Nations League
🔻 Date: 07.09.2020
🔺 Betting Prediction: 1
🔻 Betting Odds: 2.85
🔺 Stake: 3/10 units
Promoted Bosnia almost caused a bigger surprise in Florence in the away game against Italy on Friday evening. The dragons already led 1-0 against the four-time world champions, but then had to accept the equalizer.
The point wins in Italy is still a success, while Poland suffered the expected defeat in the opener against the Netherlands. It is, therefore, all the more surprising that in Bosnia against Poland the odds turn slightly in the direction of the guests, as the odds comparison of the betting base shows.
In the case of Bosnia against Poland, the forecast must take into account that the dragons have never been able to win against the Polish national soccer team, but so far there have only been friendly matches between the two nations. Also, the eagles have to do without their superstar Robert Lewandowski.
Against this background, we see a lot of potential in Bosnia against Poland in the tip for the home win of the supposed outsider.
Bosnia – Statistics & current form
The Bosnian-Herzegovinian national soccer team has never been able to successfully qualify for a European Championship finals. Accordingly, the disappointment was extremely big when the Zmajevi (in German: the dragons) had to let the small soccer nation Finland pass next to favorite Italy last autumn in an feasible qualification group in the direction of the European championship, which was postponed to 2021.
However, the Bosnians still have a small back door via the Nations League. There, group B3 was finally won ahead of Austria and Northern Ireland with ten out of twelve possible points, which means that there is still the possibility of getting one of the last tickets for the European Championship finals via route B of the newly introduced competition.
Will the Nations League climber establish himself in League A?
In addition to the chance to travel to the European Championship, the group win of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian national soccer team also brought promotion to League A of the Nations League, where there are now three top-class opponents with Italy, Poland, and the Netherlands.
The opening game in Florence showed that the dragons do not have to hide here, where the team, which has been coached by Dusan Bajevic since the turn of the year, almost won the away game under the new coach in the first competitive game.
The Bosnians have shown that they can keep up
In the end, the opening goal from captain, record player, and top scorer Edin Dzeko was not enough to start with a three in Group A1.
- “I’m proud of my team, but the Italy game is behind us. The most important game is the game against Poland. If we want to stay in first-class, we have no choice but to fight for victory. ” – Dusan Bajevic at sportowefakty
The point wins with the four-time world champion is still more than a respectable success. He proves that the dragons are by no means cannon fodder in the Nations League, but a serious opponent.
Against this background, it is anything but presumptuous to consider Tip 1 more closely for Bosnia against Poland, especially since the Polish national football team comes to Zenica without their superstar Robert Lewandowski.
Probable formation of Bosnia:
➤ Sehic – Kolasinac – Sanicanin – Sunjic – Cipetic – Hadziahmetovic – Cimirot – Hodzic – Gojak – Visca – Dzeko
Last matches from Bosnia:
UEFA Nations League A Grp. 1
⚽️ 09/04 2020 Italy 1 – 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
EURO 2020 qualification group J
⚽️ 11/18 2019 Liechtenstein 0 – 3 Bosnia and Herzegovina
⚽️ 11/15 2019 Bosnia and Herzegovina 0 – 3 Italy
⚽️ 10/15 2019 Greece 2 – 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
⚽️ 10/12 2019 Bosnia and Herzegovina 4 – 1 Finland
Poland – Statistics & current form
The Polish national soccer team has successfully qualified for the 2021 European Championship as group winners of Group G. The Orły (in German: the eagles) carried away eight wins from ten group matches and thus bought the ticket for the fourth European Championship finals in a row, after they had never qualified for a European Championship before 2008.
The fact that they depend very much on their captain, record player, top scorer, and general superstar Robert Lewandowski is not only shown by the fact that the Bayern star scored six times in ten games in the European Championship qualification. The low risk of scoring in the away game in the Netherlands at the start of this year’s Nations League underlines the importance of the 32-year-old in a negative way.
No victory from the five Nations League games so far
The Eagles only play in the top division of the Nations League because the competition was significantly restructured after the first edition in 2018/19. Normally, Poland would have been relegated to League B after finishing last in the group of three with Portugal and Italy, but remained first class despite no win from the four games.
The 0: 1 against the Netherlands at the start of this year shows, however, that the competition is not too good for the white-reds. Even in the fifth Nations League game, the very first victory in this competition was ultimately not.
Only two defeats in the last twelve competitive games
It can be stated that the Adler have only lost two of their last twelve competitive games (eight wins, two draws). Because cornerstones such as Jakub Blaszczykowski and Lukas Piszczek are missing in addition to Robert Lewandowski, it will be anything but easy for Jerzy Brzeczek’s troops to continue the positive trend in the Bosnian-Herzegovinian climber.
Probable formation of Poland:
➤ Szczesny – Bereszynski – Bednarek – Glik – Kedziora – Jozwiak – Krychowiak – Klich – Szymanski – Zielinski – Piatek
Last matches from Poland:
UEFA Nations League A Grp. 1
⚽️ 09/04 2020 Netherlands 1 – 0 Poland
EURO 2020 qualification group G
⚽️ 11/19 2019 Poland 3 – 2 Slovenia
⚽️ 11/16 2019 Israel 1 – 2 Poland
⚽️ 10/13 2019 Poland 2 – 0 North Macedonia
⚽️ 10/10 2019 Latvia 0 – 3 Poland
Bosnia vs Poland Direct comparison
Head to head: 0 – 1 – 1
So far there have only been two friendlies between Bosnia and Poland. Interestingly, both took place on neutral ground in Turkey (Antalya). Their first duel in 2010 ended with a 2-2 draw. A year later, the Adler won there 1-0.
Bosnia vs Poland Statistics Highlights
Bosnia vs Poland Direct Matches
⚽️ 12/16 2011 Poland 1 – 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina
⚽️ 12/10 2010 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2 – 2 Poland
⚽️ 12/15 2007 Poland 1 – 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia vs Poland – Betting odds comparison – UEFA Nations League
🔺 Betting Prediction: Bosnia
🔻 Betting Odds: 2.6
🔺 Betting Prediction: Draw
🔻 Betting Odds: 3.3
🔺 Betting Prediction: Poland
🔻 Betting Odds: 2.7
Bosnia vs Poland Betting Odds and Predictions
In Bosnia against Poland, the prediction is influenced by the strong start of the Dragons, who almost started with a three in the Nations League away in Italy, in which they have so far not lost any of their five games.
Conversely, the Polish eagles remained true to their negative trend and also remained without a win in the fifth competitive Nations League game. To make matters worse, they are now missing their absolute superstar and guarantee of success in Robert Lewandowski.
Key facts – Bosnia vs Poland tips
🔺 Bosnia has not yet won any of its five Nations League games
🔺 Poland also remained without a win in the fifth game in the Nations League
🔺 Poland has to travel to Zenica without Robert Lewandowski
The potential for a victory for the dragons is there, which is why we play tip 1 in Bosnia against Poland and dare the supposed outsider bet.