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Wales vs Poland Predictions

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Over 2.5 Match Goals

Reason for tip

At least three goals have been scored in two of Wales’ last three Nations League home games and also in three of Poland’s last four Nations League away games.

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Draw 2-2

Reason for tip

The nations look evenly matched and a 2-2 draw might be the best option for correct score backers as Poland have conceded at least two in three of their last four games while Wales have kept only one clean sheet in their last seven at home.

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Jakub Kaminski To Score Anytime

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Jakub Kaminski played a major role in Poland’s win over Wales in June, scoring as a substitute on his debut. The Wolfsburg midfielder, who scored nine goals and provided five assists in 33 Eksteraklasa appearances for Lech Poznan last season, was not involved against the Netherlands and should be fresh.

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Wales vs Poland Predictions

  • At least three goals have been scored in two of Wales’ last three Nations League home games.
  • At least three goals have been scored in three of Poland’s last four Nations League away games.
  • Jakub Kaminski played a major role in Poland’s win over Wales in June, scoring as a substitute on his debut.

Dragons can bow out proudly in Cardiff 

Wales need to win to avoid dropping down from Nations League A when they host Poland at Cardiff City Stadium on Sunday. Both nations lost their Group 4 games on Thursday with Wales battling hard after being given a first-half Kevin de Bruyne masterclass in Brussels while Poland were unable to derail the Netherlands’ charge to the finals in Warsaw.

Poland coach Czesław Michniewicz is likely to make some changes to keep his squad ticking over ahead of the World Cup, but avoiding defeat to stay in the Nations League top flight will be his priority.

Jakub Kaminski was held back from the Dutch game and could make only his fourth national team appearance against the Welsh. The Wolfsburg midfielder, who scored nine goals and provided five assists in 33 Eksteraklasa appearances for Lech Poznan last season, was a key figure in Poland’s 2-1 comeback win over Wales in June – scoring the equaliser and having a hand in the winner.

Both teams tend to score when Wales play

Wales skipper Gareth Bale is likely to start on Sunday after coming on as a second-half substitute in Brussels, but Robert Page has less scope to make changes as his side must win. Despite losing four of their five Nations League games this year, the Dragons have been competitive in all – even when Page’s resources were being stretched to the limit in the summer.

They performed well in the 2-1 defeat in Wroclaw – which came just a few days before their crucial World Cup play-off clash with Ukraine. Page’s team have scored and conceded in all five games in this group, which would make BTTS a great starting point for a bet, but there’s a good chance this one will feature more than just the two goals too.

At least three goals have been scored in two of Wales’ last three Nations League home games and also in three of Poland’s last four Nations League away games. The nations look evenly matched and a 2-2 draw might be the best option for correct score backers as Poland have conceded at least two in three of their last four games while Wales have kept only one clean sheet in their last seven at home.

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