Euro 2012 Latest Odds Czech Republic vs. Poland Bets
|Written by Gaby Varji|
|Saturday, 16 June 2012 04:22|
With the third game of both teams close the activities of Group A. It is the last call to get the pass to the quarterfinals in an industry where nothing is defined. The Czechs are second with three points quota, under which Russia has four, but up in Poland, with two. Greece, with a point, has more hope than potential.
Polish coach Franciszek Smuda will again for this match with Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, ejected in the first game against Greece, for a foul in the area over which ultimately Salpingidis Karagounis took and detained the deputy Tyton.
Smuda was unchanged for the second game against the Russians, placed three midfielders: Blaszczykowski, Murawski and Obraniak. Rafal Murawski Obraniak occupied the position inthe first game, which was placed behind Lewandowski, while Ludovic Obraniak was seen for left instead of Rybus, who started on the bench. Similar scheme could be used for this third commitment.
It is recalled that Poland comes with a pair of reprimand after the game against Russia: Eugen Polanski and Robert Lewandowski, author of one of the two goals that add the co hosts in this Championship, so to see the card may not be for preventive quarterfinals, should move forward.
Meanwhile, Czech Republic, Vaclav Pilar as his scorer with two goals, took a deep breath with the victory against the Greeks, after having been exhibited by Russia in the opening match with a win against 4 - 1.
However, the victory brought with it a little scare, because after the match the goalkeeper Petr Cech complained of pains in the shoulders, while Tomas Rosicky also finished the game with discomfort, probably just an overload of the Achilles tendon. Michal Bilek can have both.
While the match against Russia were not reprimanded despite having lost against Greece saw the yellow Rosicky, Petr Jirácek, which has a goal, and the creative Daniel Kolar, who was admitted to not risk it Rosicky to further injury.
The errors between the trailing and the goalkeeper must be one of the key points to correct for this crucial match in their aspirations to continue in the competition, since a lack of communication between Petr Cech and Tomas Sivok brought the goal of Fanis Gekas at minute 53.
All ready to meet the top finishers in the quarterfinals. Poland and Czech Republic will meet in the City of Wroclaw at 13:45 pm central Mexico time, same time in Greece and Russia played its commitment to the close of business of the Group A. The winner of this sector will face the second B, while the second A shall be classified at the first of B, which are Germany, Denmark, Portugal, and Holland.
It will be the first confrontation between Czechs and Poles in the European Cup. The only official games in which they found were in World Cup qualifying.
A total of 24 times they have faced, the Czech Republic won half of those games, while the Poles managed seven wins, tied five times.
The Czechs accumulate 14 games without a draw in European Championships, from 0-0 with France in the semifinals of England 1996.
The Poles have never won a European Championship game, only played five, your brand is three ties in exchange for two defeats.
Czech Republic vs. Poland odds:
Currently at William Hill Sportsbook Czech Republic is at 23/10, Draw 23/10 and Poland is 6/5 for this matchup.