These two qualified from the same group, so know each other’s game well and will need no introduction. A number of players in the Poland team also ply their trade in the German Bundesliga, so they will also have few secrets as to each other’s strengths and weaknesses.
The Germany v Poland betting odds will certainly favour the former. Not only does Germany clearly possess the better quality and depth of squad, but their greater experience at this level of the game could also be invaluable in terms of game management.
Much of the focus in this game will naturally be centred on how Robert Lewandowski fares against current and former teammates from Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. He’ll clearly not be able to count on his team dominating proceedings the way that Bayern do in the Bundesliga, but you can still expect the Poles to create an opportunity or two for him.
There’s always an edge to any game between Germany and Poland and with the Poles now having a competitive team, this could potentially be one of the games of the group stage, if not the tournament.
In terms of Germany v Poland free bets, this looks like it could be an open and lively affair, so backing some combination of a Germany win with a few goals in the game might prove to be a sound investment.
As one would expect, the Germans have long had the better of games between the two teams. However, Poland did win 2-0 in Warsaw after having been drawn with Germany in the same qualifying group. They are not in France just to make up the numbers – a Euro 2016 betting tip to keep in mind.