Spain vs. Poland: Euro 2020 Predictions

Poland versus Spain will be the last game of matchday two of the group stages. Without a win in the first game, the two teams will be looking to capitalise on the opportunities and take points.

Luis Enrique might make a few changes to his starting lineup after the team failed to convert the chances in the first game. Poland, on the other hand, will be praying for Lewandowski to be in his best form.

Our Prediction:

Spain 1-0 Poland

Actual Result:

Spain 1-1 Poland


Despite the game drawing in a 0-0 full-time score, it was not a two-sided match. The Spaniards had 17 shots, 86% possession, and around 1000 passes compared to Sweden’s 162.

Sergio Busquets is back after his COVID-19 report came out negative a few hours ago, and he will be joining the squad.

The real question is, would Spain be able to enjoy a win and take advantage of Poland’s defeat? Tell us about your opinions in the comments section.


Poland headed into their first game of matchday one to win it against Slovakia, but the opposition had other plans.

Sousa’s men started pretty well, but Duda’s brilliant solo display of football saw them trailing after ten minutes in the game.

Linetty equalised in the 46th minute, but soon after, Poland was down to ten men after a red card to Krychowiak. Slovakia saw the chance, took it, and restored the lead through a fine goal by Skriniar.

Would they be able to delay Spain’s celebration or spoil their party? Let’s see and see for ourselves tonight.


Possible lineups

Lewandowski will lead the line for Poland, and the rest of the squad might rotate according to Paulo Sousa’s

Spain: Simon; Marcos Llorente, Laporte, P Torres, Alba; Koke, Rodri, Thiago; Ferran Torres, Morata, Olmo

Poland: Szczesny; Bereszynski, Glik, Bednarek; Jozwiak, Klich, Moder, Linetty, Rybus; Zielinski, Lewandowski



Spain will sit back and play their usual possession game, so it will be a narrow win even if they win.

Our prediction: Spain 1-0 Poland

Poland has one chance in the game, and that is through Robert Lewandowski. Even if it fails to get involved in any goal, Poland and its fans will get very difficult.

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