Preview: Czech Republic Vs Poland in Euro 2012June 18, 2012
Stepping into the final round of group stage matches in Euro 2012, Group A members are ready to fix their positions in the quarter final. On June 16, 2012, Czech Republic and Poland will face each other at Municipal Stadium, Wroclaw to play the last round of group match. The match has been scheduled at 17.00 hours GMT. Both the teams are standing in successive positions in the points table with Czech Republic one point ahead of Poland.
After losing the first match of this tournament against Russia, Czech Republic made a comeback in their second match against their group member, Greece which has allowed them to gather 3 points and to be in the second position in the points table. So this match against Poland is very crucial for them to make their way into the last eight. Defeating Poland was excellent to see and surprising enough for Czech Republic supporters. Compared to Greece, Poland is not that much strong opponent to defy but home support and home soil will give a big push up for the Polish. However, the only drawback for this team is the absence of their Captain Tomas Rosicky who will be out of the team because of his tendon injury. So the rest of the team needs to be in a balanced form in the field to get into the next phase.
On the other hand, Polish side exposed their challenging side in their last match when they tackled Russian squad perfectly to end the match in 1-1 draw score line. Unlike their political relation of the past, the Polish maintained a friendly relationship with their opponent and the draw match also put an end to all tensions and chances of violence. Ending both the group stage matches in draw score line, Poland is in the third position with 2 points in hand. So, in this match they are heading to oust Czech Republic to make history for their nation. Absence of the opponent captain will be an additional advantage for this team along with their home support. This co-host of this tournament needs their first win in this league to make their historic entry to the final eight.
Bookies like William Hills, Paddy Power, Ladbrokers and Bet365 are offering odds of 21/10, 9/4, 11/5 and 9/4 for a draw match, 7/5, 5/4, 6/5 and 11/8 for a Polish win and 8/5, 2, 2 and 7/4 for a win in Czech Republic side respectively.
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