Just one goal from Vaclav Pilar would put the Czech Republic forward level with Mario Gomez and Alan Dzagoev on three goals in the race for Euro 2012’s Golden Boot.
The odds on the winger scoring during Saturday’s crunch Group A finale against Poland are 2/1, while it’s 25/2 for Pilar to score two or more – a scenario that could put him top of the goalscoring charts come the final whistle in Wroclaw.
Having scored in both of the Czechs’ matches so far, as well as in his most recent club game before the tournament, Pilar certainly looks to be in the kind of form to cash in on any nerves in the Polish rearguard.
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Meanwhile, young Czech striker Tomas Pekhart could be an excellent outside bet to get on the scoresheet after impressing in his 25 minutes on the pitch against Greece last Tuesday.
The Nuremberg striker scored nine goals for his club last season, six of which were the last goal of the match. That makes odds of 8/1 for Pekhart to score last in this Group A tie very intriguing, especially with the 23 year-old set to come on as a second-half substitute again.
Co-hosts Poland will be relying, as always, on Robert Lewandowski to fire them into the quarter-finals.
The Dortmund striker is given odds of 6/5 to score in the game, but better value could be found by betting on him to score two goals or more, given that he scored six braces and one hat-trick in his 30-goal season for the German champions.
A price of 6/1 is available on Lewandowski scoring more than once and that looks great value against a poor Czech defence and an inconsistent Petr Cech in goal.
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