Poland v Portugal Euro 2016 Sports Betting

An interesting encounter set to occur in Euro 2016 quarter finals this upcoming Thursday, June 30 2016 as Poland meet up against Portugal.

Both teams’ hunger for achievement will surely create an exciting atmosphere not only for die hard football lovers, but also triggering interest for bet lovers to put their cash in that encounter.

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Getting back into the tie, Poland that got through after a penalty shoot out against Swiss will surely put on similar kind of approach against Cristiano Ronaldo and co.

Adam Nawalka will try to put  an aggressive attacking start early on and get some goals, so they can eventually play from the counter.

Although their opponent haven’t been really impressive so far in their Euro 2016 performances, Nawalka won’t be underestimating Portugal as they still have many quality players.

Poland themselves are also waiting for their star man,  Robert Lewandowski to make his mark in the tournament by scoring some goals.

Meanwhile, Portugal themselves might try to play more attacking football this Thursday, compared to their rather negative approach against Croatia in the last 16.

However, Selecao have to be careful should they do take a more offensive approach as Poland can be really dangerous when they have plenty of space in front of them.

Ronaldo will also get himself pumped up as he can still chase Michel Platini goal scoring record in Euro, a situation that can always helped Portugal as a hungry CR7 can always cause problems for many defense.

Checking out the latest odds, bookies are favoring Portugal to win with the probabilities for Fernando Santos’ men getting that result in normal time is set at 2.25.

Meanwhile, Poland’s shot in winning it during 90 minutes is placed at 4.14, still smaller compared to potential draw result which is set at 3.07.