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Poland vs Belgium Prediction, Head-To-Head, Lineup, Betting Tips, Where To Watch Live Today UEFA Nations League 2022 Match Details – June 15



The UEFA Nations League is back in real life with one more round of matches this week as Poland takes on an impressive Belgium side in a significant conflict at the Warsaw National Stadium on Tuesday.
Belgium is runner-up in their gathering and has recuperated from an unfortunate beginning to their mission. The Red Devils were held to a 1-1 draw by Wales in their last game and should move forward this week. Check Poland vs Belgium Prediction.

Poland, then again, is in the third spot in the gathering and has been conflicting up until this point. The home side played out a 2-2 draw against the Netherlands last week and will hope to take it up a score in this apparatus to build up some decent forward momentum in the gathering.

Poland vs Belgium Prediction
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Poland vs Belgium Prediction

Belgium has turned into a bonafide European goliath throughout the last 10 years and will be determined to fitting the bill for the thump-outs this season. Any semblance of Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard can independently dominate matches on their day and should move forward this week.

Poland is adequate at pulling off a furious yet should work out of their skins in this apparatus. Belgium is the better group on paper, be that as it may, and ought to have the option to dominate this match.

Prediction: Poland 1-3 Belgium


Goals Scored16
Goals Allowed61

Probable Playing 11

Poland possible starting lineup:

  1. Szczesny;
  2. Cash,
  3. Bednarek,
  4. Glik,
  5. B Bereszynski;
  6. Krychowiak,
  7. Zurkowski;
  8. Frankowski,
  9. Zielinski,
  10. Zalewski;
  11. Lewandowski

Belgium possible starting lineup:

  1. Casteels;
  2. Vertonghen,
  3. Alderweireld,
  4. Dendoncker;
  5. Vanaken,
  6. Saelemakers,
  7. Tielemans,
  8. T Hazard;
  9. Praet,
  10. Batshuayi,
  11. E Hazard

Betting tips

  1. Poland has lost only one of their last nine home games.
  2. Belgium has neglected to win every one of their last four away games.
  3. Robert Lewandowski, after ten objectives in his last 12 Poland appearances, is supposed to be fit to play.