Kick-off: 1945, 25/09/2022
Stadium: Cardiff City Stadium
TV: Premier Sports
Wales have only picked up one point in Nations League Group A4 but can still avoid relegation if beating Poland in Cardiff.
The Dragons were distracted by a World Cup play-off at the start of their campaign but have been competitive throughout and deserve this chance to stay up.
We’re happy to take 8/5 for a home win here as our first Wales vs Poland prediction.
Wales prioritised their Qatar 2022 qualifier versus Ukraine when beginning this pool with a 2-1 loss in Poland.
The Dragons can also be forgiven for going down by the same scoreline to Netherlands at this venue, all in the space of eight days.
Robert Page’s side rallied with a 1-1 home draw against Belgium but then suffered a second stoppage-time defeat by the Dutch, falling 3-2 in Rotterdam.
Thursday’s 2-1 loss in Belgium was another brave effort, with Kieffer Moore pulling a goal back after Kevin De Bruyne and Michy Batshuayi had put the Red Devils in control.
“In the first, we lacked a lot of belief,” admitted Brennan Johnson. “We didn’t know how good we could be on this night, and especially what we could bring going forward.
“We didn’t show any of that, but in the second half we came out with a different mentality and did ourselves proud.
“Poland is a massive game to stay in this league. It’ll be a really big game and we’ll all be ready for it.”
Head coach Robert Page declared: “It’s a final. Forget the World Cup, this is the game we want to win on Sunday.”
Gareth Bale has delivered time and time again for the Dragons on nights like this and Wales vs Poland odds.
Poland have only managed to pick up one more point since shading a weakened Wales outfit in Wroclaw.
They admittedly played well in a 2-2 draw in Holland in between 6-1 and 1-0 defeats by Belgium.
However, the Eagles are now under pressure after being undone by two cracking goals when visiting the Dutch on Thursday.
Cody Gakpo and Steven Bergwijn struck in either half following some superb build-up play which carved open the Poland defence.
Juventus forward Arkadiusz Milik missed a great chance to net in between those scores but Netherlands were worthy winners.
Head coach Czeslaw Michniewicz said: “We were running after the ball but it was not easy to get it back from them. We had some good actions but they had much more.
“The good thing is that it still all depends on us. This is important.
“We can stay in League A if we get points in our last game against Wales. It won’t be easy but we can deal with that.”
Robert Lewandowski has been in good form for Barcelona and will always be a big threat up front.
Even so, we’re siding with 4/1 for a home win and both teams to score to finish off our Wales vs Poland betting tips.
Belgium 2-1 WALES – Kieffer Moore
POLAND 0-2 Netherlands
Head-to-head: Poland 2-1 Wales, Poland 1-0 Wales, Poland 1-0 Wales, Wales 2-3 Poland
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