France ran out impressive 4-1 winners against Ukraine on Monday and Laurent Blanc’s side are favourites at 23/20 with William Hill to record another victory as they visit the other country hosting Euro 2012, Poland.
price the hosts at 5/2 ahead of the Gdansk contest but it’s hard to predict how they will perform given that their last three results have included a defeat in Lithuania and a triumph over Argentina.
The latter result came on home soil, where the Poles’ last match before that was an equally impressive 3-1 success against Ivory Coast last November so from that can deduce that Franciszek Smuda’s men aren’t to be underestimated on their own patch. Subsequently, this is a pretty tough contest to call and the draw could be the best match bet at 5/2 courtesy of William Hill, although better value perhaps lies elsewhere.
Firstly, the same firm offer even money for both teams to score, a cracking wager given that this should be a fairly laid back friendly contest while Poland striker Robert Lewandowski has been in reasonable form for his country and is worth a modest flutter at 5/2 (bet365) to notch at any time.