England v Poland tips – Three Lions should charge to win

England and Poland will both be turning out at Euro 2020, with the teams getting a chance to gauge their current form when clashing at Wembley Stadium on 31 March, with the betting sites making the Three Lions strong favourites to enjoy three points in this World Cup qualifying clash.

Gareth Southgate’s side are among the favourites to win the European Championship this coming summer and it’s hardly a surprise when you consider the talent that the manager has at his disposal, while Poland are a team to be respected and they’ll clash with Spain, Sweden and Slovakia this summer.

Are England a Great Bet to Win World Cup Qualifier?

England had a fairly easy qualifying group to reach Euro 2020, with the Three Lions cruising through to the European Championship by landing seven wins from their eight matches and the only hiccup was a 2-1 reverse at the hands of the Czech Republic, with Southgate making some notable omissions from his latest squad.

Harry Kane is the captain and leading marksman, with the forward boasting thirty-two goals in fifty-one international matches, while Raheem Sterling and Marcus Rashford will also compete for a place up top. Bukayo Saka and Phil Foden have both enjoyed breakthrough seasons at their respective clubs too.

The England defence looks pretty solid and John Stones has returned to the squad after some excellent performances for Manchester City, although this match does come hard on the heels of clashes against San Marino and Albania, with Southgate having to rotate his squad.

Can Lewandowski Spearhead a Poland Win at Wembley?

Poland should not be underestimated for this World Cup qualifier and perhaps might think that their football betting odds are too big when you compare the latest prices for this match where the visitors will be looking to secure at least a point from this clash.

When it came to the Euro 2020 qualifying campaign, Poland were able to win eight and draw one of their ten clashes, with the Poles managing to triumph in four of their five games on the road and it was only their trip to Slovenia which resulted in a loss.

Paulo Sousa has recently taken charge of the international team and he has the leading marksman in Europe in the form of Robert Lewandowski, with the Bayern Munich striker still at the peak of his powers and the 32-year-old knows that this realistically could be the last chance for him to feature at a World Cup.

What Are the Best Bets for England v Poland?

We’re not completely sold on the idea that England are a banker bet for this World Cup qualifier, with Southgate’s team having already played two clashes and the manager doesn’t always know his best Starting 11 which is illustrated by the current squad, while Jordan Henderson and Jadon Sancho are notable players who are on the sidelines.

We think that England will show Poland plenty of respect considering the calibre of the visitors, with the squad packed with experienced players including Kamil Glik, Kamil Grosicki and Grzegorz Krychowiak who provide a strong spine for the team and we think that it could be worth looking at the Asian Handicap betting market.

There is hopefully going to be the chance to back Poland with a +1 goal or even a +1.5 goal start in this clash, while we also think that the presence of Lewandowski in the team means that the BTTS Yes could be an attractive betting option.

If you compare the latest football match betting odds, then you could potentially back the draw considering this wouldn’t be a bad outcome for either side who know that this is essentially a crunch tie considering that England and Poland are unlikely to drop many points against the other teams challenging in this group.

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