UEFA Nations League: Poland v Wales: Get £20 in Coral Free Bets When You Bet £5
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The UEFA Nations League returns next week as Wales travel to Poland for their first match since promotion to League A. In a group that also includes heavyweights Belgium and Netherlands, getting off to a winning start will be vital in the opening match in Poland. Ahead of Poland versus Wales, here at freebets.ltd.uk will provide the best odds and free bet offers from our partners at Coral as well as the latest team news and betting tips.
Poland v Wales: Head-to-Head
Poland undoubtedly have the upper hand in past meetings between the two nations. Wales won 2-0 in their first ever match against Poland back in 1973 but they've failed to win in seven subsequent international matches against Wednesday's opponents.
The last match played between Poland and Wales was an international friendly in February 2009. Poland ran out 1-0 winners on that occasion and also won by the same scoreline in their last competitive meeting; a FIFA World Cup qualifier in September 2005.
Wales' focus will inevitably be on next weekend's World Cup play-off against either Scotland or Ukraine. Therefore, Poland will be red-hot favourites in their Nations League opener. At 4/5, backing Poland to win is an absolute must.
Robert Lewandowski is one of the greatest forwards of his generation yet at the age of 33 he remains as prolific as ever. The Bayern Munich forward has 75 international goals to name and must be considered to add to that tally on Wednesday. Lewandowski is 15/8 to score first or 3/4 to score two or more. As Wales get set to ring the changes, we like the look of the 10/3 on offer for Lewandowski to score two or more.
Whilst Poland possess one of the best attackers in world football, their defence is not quite on the same level. The likes of Andorra and San Marino have scored against Poland within the past year so we have to assume Wales will breach the Polish defence at some point. Both teams to score looks generously priced at 21/20.
You should consider combining both of our betting tips by backing Poland to win and both teams to score at 13/4.
Having only returned from a long injury lay-off recently, Kieffer Moore is likely to be given a run-out on Wednesday. The AFC Bournemouth forward is in need of game time and if he plays against Poland he'll be a great option to score at any time. Moore has a decent return of 8 goals in 24 internationals and is 3/1 to score at any time in Wrocław on Wednesday.
- Poland: 4/5
- Draw: 12/5
- Wales: 4/1
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