After the second game in the group, both Poland and Armenia managed to overwrite the impression they left after the first game. After a disappointing 2-2 draw in Kazakhstan, Poland won 3-2 at home against Denmark, while Armenia lost 0-5 at home against Romania. The direct game between the two teams seems to be easy to predict, but is this really the case?
Poland vs Armenia – 11/10/2016
The Polish would like to think so. Their game simply works in recent times – they played well at Euro 2016, where they reached the quarter-finals, they played well in Kazakhstan and against Denmark, and they will play well against Armenia as well.
Robert Lewandowski is, without a doubt, their star player and the current favorite for the Golden Boot of the qualifiers, already scoring 4 goals – one in Kazakhstan and a hat trick at home against the Danes. He will surely want to repeat these performances and put at least one or two goals in the Armenian net next.
On the other hand, Armenia has a reputation of being a resilient and disciplined team, but this reputation didn’t bring them a single point so far. They don’t have any objective for this qualifying campaign but surely wouldn’t want to fail to win points.
An away game in Poland is not exactly the place where you’d expect them to win points – they will probably focus on limiting the scoreline.
Poland vs Armenia Betting Tips
That is exactly what we’re going for in our betting recommendation. Armenia most probably won’t score, and the Polish will surely score.
So, Poland will win, Lewandowski is the most probable goalscorer, and we even think that Poland can produce a handicap win (Poland -1 or Poland -1,5).
For a high-odd combo bet, try Poland to win, over 2,5 goals and Lewandowski to score – this is one of the best combo bets we’ve seen for quite a while.
Poland Win & Over 2.5: 1.54 or 10/19 with ComeOn
Total Goals 1st Half – Over 1.5: 2.20 or 6/5 with ComeOn