England vs Poland Betting Tips

England vs Poland Betting Tips

England are hosting Poland at the Wembley Stadium in London on the first of April 2021 Thursday at 00:15 IST. Poland riding on Lewandoski and England playing as a team sums up the match as a whole. The aspect of Kane, Sterling and Foden locking horns with Lewandoski alone makes up for a mouth-watering clash at Wembley.

England Form & Team News

The Fourth-ranked in the FIFA rankings presently, The English are playing some of the best football they have ever played. The Premier League has its own impact on the England football team as a whole. They are producing world-class players and the bench strength is so strong that they can easily have another team playing parallelly with almost the same strength. They have won seven out of the last ten matches. They are placed number one in the qualification round at the moment winning both the matches they have played quite comprehensively. They have also kept clean sheets in both matches. Qualification is not a matter of concern of the English but they should be just worried about their performance in the world cups and with the team strength, they possess they should have won at least a couple of World Cups in the process.

Gareth Southgate has been doing a splendid job as coach of the England national football team. He has also got a brilliant set of players to choose from. He doesn’t necessarily need to change the team much from the last game against Albania which England won 2-0. Dominic Calvert Lewin has netted a couple of goals in this round so far making him the highest in the goal-scoring charts. Kane, Walkins, Sterling, Mount, and Ward-Prowse have all netted a goal each. The goalkeeper Nick Pope has also kept clean sheets in both matches. England cannot take things for granted against Poland with the likes of Lewandowski and Swiderski waiting to pouch on any counter that comes their way. 

Poland Form & Team News

Poland are the 19th ranked team in the FIFA rankings. The polish have given the world a prodigy in Robert Lewandoski but as a team, they have more or less compromised on certain aspects of team strength and have relied heavily on the Bayern Star to deliver every time he sets foot on the field which doesn’t augur well for the team. They are placed in the third position in Qualification Group I with four points from two games winning one and drawing one in the process. They are yet to lose but given only the top two teams qualify, Poland might need to bring their A-game against leaders England in the next game. They qualified for the Russia WC last time around and succumbed to a group stage exit. They won against Andorra on Monday after the draw against Hungary in the first match.

Coach Paulo Sousa of Portugal has got a good team to choose from. He might pitch in the same team which faced the Andorrans on Monday. Robert Lewandoski is scoring goals for fun at the moment in both club football and now in national colours as well. Unsurprisingly, He is the top scorer for Poland in this Qualification round. He has netted as many three goals. Swiderski, Piatek and Jozwiak also have netted a goal each for the Polish. Szczesny on the goal has also managed to keep a clean sheet in the last match against Andorra. Lewandoski and co have their task cut out against the mighty England team and only a win would help them in their quest for Qatar 2022.

Odds by Casumo

England are favourites to win according to the Casumo Sportsbook. They are placed at 1.40 odds while Poland is placed at 8.00. The odds for a draw is 4.80.

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Our Tipster’s Angle

The odds favouring heavily on England. They are expected to win this encounter quite easily considering their recent form and the team strength. Poland on the other hand are heavily dependant on individual performances to win matches which might backfire in certain cases. But the quality of the match is expected to be second to none. Both teams might find the back of the net and goals are expected to be available in plenty.   

Tip 1: Total Goals Over 2.5

In the last seven head to head matches between the two sides, Four matches have had a total of more than 2.5 goals. While playing in England, 75 percent of the last four matches had more than 2.5 goals. In this tournament alone when these two faced off in the last four matches, two matches turned out to have more than 2.5 goals. England in the last three matches have had two where the total goal count was more than 2.5. At home, all of their last three matches have had more than 2.5 goals in total. At home in this tournament too, their last match against San Marino had more than 2.5 goals. Poland on the other hand, in the last three matches across competitions, have had all matches when the total goal count was more than 2.5. Playing away, they have had two of the last three matches when the total goal count was more than 2.5. So we can safely assume that this match will most likely have more than 2.5 goals. According to the Casumo Sportsbook, the odds for the total goals to be over 2.5 is 1.74.

Tip 2: Both Teams To Score

In their last four head to head matches, three matches have had both teams scoring. While playing in England, in the last three matches, two matches have ended with a scoreline wherein both teams scored. In this tournament, in the last four matches, three have turned out to have a scoreline with both teams scoring. Poland in the last three matches across competitions have had two matches where they and the opposition had scored. Playing away, they have a similar record having had two out of the last three matches where both teams have scored. Playing away this tournament in the only match they played against Hungary, they finished with a scoreline of 3-3. On the other England have not had many matches in the near past where both teams have scored and it is purely due to the fact that they have been playing lower-ranked teams across competitions. So this match could well produce a scoreline with both teams scoring. The odds for both teams to score is 1.98 according to the Casumo Sportsbook. 


It is more of Lewandoski vs England than Poland vs England. The one man who can turn the tides for Poland singlehandedly might still need support from Swiderski and co. nevertheless. England start favourites. A great game on the cards for Thursday. Summarising on a couple of tips from above:

  1. Total Goals Over 2.5 @ 1.74
  2. Both Teams To Score @ 1.98

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