Denmark – Poland: Preview & Prediction

Therefore, the Danes need a significant improvement of performance in the remaining four rounds. Even if they can not get past the Poles, they will only be able to overcome Montenegro and try to improve on the second-placed runners-up to qualify for the play-offs. In this double journey, in addition to Poland, the team will face Armenia on 4 September away from home.

To try to add at least four points and keep hopes of qualifying for Denmark, the following players were summoned:

Goalkeepers: Frederik Ronnow (Brondby), Jonas Lossi (Huddersfield, England) and Kasper Schmeichel (Leicester, England);

Defenders: Andreas Bielland (Brentford, England), Andreas Christensen (Chelsea, England), Henrik Dalsgaard (Brentford, England), Jannik Vestergaard (Borussia Monchengladbach, Germany), Jens Strvger Larsen (Udinese, Italy), Mathias Zanka Jorgensen England), Riza Durmisi (Betis, Spain) and Simon Kiaer (Seville, Spain);

Socks: Chrstian Eriksen (Tottenham, England), Lasse Schone (Ajax), Lukas Lerager (Bordeaux, France), Mike Jensen (Rosenborg), Pione Sisto (Celta, Spain), Thomas Delaney (Werder Bremen, Kvist Vitved (Copenhagen);

Attackers: Andreas Cornelius (Atalanta, Italy), Kasper Dolberg (Ajax, Holland), Nicklas Bendtner (Rosenborg), Nicolai Jorgensen (Feyenoord, Netherlands) and Viktor Fischer (Mainz, Germany).
The current form of Poland

The Polish situation is extremely comfortable. With six points clear of Denmark and Montenegro, they need to add just one point more than their rivals in this double trip to qualify. The second game of this series will be against the selection of Kazakhstan, at home.

Even if it does not qualify with two days’ notice, it is unlikely that Poland will miss the spot. After all, the campaign with five wins and a draw, 15 goals scored and seven conceded, shows a very reliable team that can count on its two main strikers, Lewandowski, Bayern Munich’s top scorer and Milik, who play for Napoli.

Who will not play for the Polish team is the goalkeeper Artur Boruc. He announced that he no longer intended to defend the team. It’s a minor loss. Lukasz Fabianski and Wojciech Szczesny have taken turns in the starting position and Boruc was only the third option.

For the next two duels were called:

Goalkeepers: Lukas Fabianski (Swansea, England), Lukasz Skorupski (Roma, Italy), Wojciech Szczesny (Juventus, Italy) and Przemyslay Tyton (La Coruña, Spain);

Defenders: Jan Bednarek (Southampton, England), Bartosz Bereszynski (Sampdoria, Italy), Thiago Cionek (Palermo, Italy), Kamil Glik (Monaco, France), Artur Jedrzejzyk (Legia), Marcin Kaminski (Stuttgart, Germany), Tomasz Kedziora (Dynamo Kiev), Michal Pazdan (Légia) and Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund, Germany);

Socks: Jakub Blaszczykowski (Wolfsburg, Germany), Jacek Goralski (Ludogorec Razgrad), Kamil Grosicki (Hull, England), Karol Linetty (Sampdoria, Italy), Krzysztof Maczynski (Legia), Maciej Makuszewski (Lech Poznan), Slawonir Peszko (Lechia Gdansk), Maciej Rybus (Lokomotiv Moscow, Russia), Filip Starzynski (Zaglebie Lubin), Pawel Wszolek (QPR, England) and Piotr Zielinski (Napoli,

Attackers: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Arkadiusz Milik (Napoli), Lukasz Teodorczyk (Anderlecht, Belgium) and Kamil Wilczek (Brondby, Denmark).
History of the matches Denmark vs Poland

The Danes add up to ten wins in the duels against the Poles, who have won eight times. The draw was recorded in only one game. In the first round of the qualifiers for Russia 2018, Poland scored 3-2.

Denmark – Poland: Betting Tips

Both teams to score / YES – Odds: 1.80
Over 2,5 goals – Odds: 2.10