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Betting Preview: Poland v Nigeria: Back both sides to score

9:02 pm AEDT 22/3/18
Poland players celebrating Poland Montenegro WC Qualification
The two teams have been impressive in their respective domains and will aim to make a further statement when they clash in Wroclaw

Nigeria tackle Poland in an international friendly at the Municipal Stadium on Friday as they build up on their preparations for the 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia.

The White and Reds had a solid campaign during the qualifiers as they topped Group E ahead of Denmark, Montenegro, Romania, Armenia and Kazakhstan.

Adam Nawałka’s men are ranked sixth in world and are certainly the stronger side making them favourites to win on home soil at odds of (1.90) with bet365.

The Super Eagles also had a stronger qualifying phase where they finished ahead of Zambia, Cameroon and Algeria in what was tagged the ‘group of death.’

It’s been massive improvement for the West African giants under Gernot Rohr and having seen off world number four Argentina in a friendly last November, they’ll fancy their chances of getting victory which is priced at odds of (4.00) with the same firm.

The game ending in a stalemate in Wroclaw is offered at (3.40).

This is the first ever meeting between Poland and Nigeria and home advantage can’t be underestimated for the Poles and that’s why they are (1.25) to avoid defeat at the Municipal Stadium. This same privilege gives them to opportunity to score the game’s opening goal at odds of (1.57).

Three of the last five respective games of these two nations has produced three or more goals. Seeing that surface on Friday night is available at odds of (2.15).

Only on two occasions in their respective previous five matches did goal action fail to occur at both ends of the peach. However with the two sides boasting of attacking talent, it’s YES at (1.90) with bet365 to see both sides score.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.