Portugal vs Poland UEFA Nations League
In the last round of Group 3 of the League A we will have in D. Afonso Henriques the clash between Portugal and Poland.
Portugal already have the qualification guaranteed for the final four of this League of Nations to be held in Portugal already the Poles are in the opposite situation with bags and luggage for League B where they will be in the next sporting season of this new league of UEFA.
The Portuguese team managed to qualify for the final four of the League of Nations with a zero at San Siro, Milan against Italy on Saturday.
Portugal made a very interesting campaign in this group with two victories in the first two games managed to get ahead of their opponents.
This was also a competition where Portugal was forced to play without their great star, Cristiano Ronaldo, having passed the test in the best way.
Portugal started by beating Italy at the Estádio da Luz and then moved to Poland to beat this team three balls to two. In the last round Portugal drew in Italy and stamped their presence in the final four to be held precisely in our country.
The Poland squad is already relegated to League B after three matches only to have drawn a point from a draw and two losses with three goals and five goals conceded.
The Polish team even started well this League of Nations drawing in Italy in a game where they could even have won the squadra azzurra and finished the match with a ball.
In the second round defeat at home against Portugal and in the third and last game that dictated the relegation defeat by a ball to zero against Italy.
The Poles come to this game after a defeat against the Czech Republic in a friendly game. For this match Poland will not have their biggest star, Robert Lewandowski, who is injured and so out of options.
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I think that Portugal even testing some ideas and making some changes can overcome this Polish formation that certainly will make some changes in its eleven for this meeting.
Prediction of the Day: Portugal