The Poles made it to the Mundial this summer very easily, recording eight victories in 10 fixtures and only failed to score just once.
A share of spoils at the end of 90 minutes of intense action is chalked up at a mouth-watering (3.25) with the same betting firm.
Recently, Adam Nawałka’s troops have been uninspiring defensively, having kept just one clean sheet in their previous five matches, conceding six goals in them. Senegal, with their attacking line-up, have found the net on three occasions in their last five.
Aliou Cisse’s charges have either won or drawn in six of their last seven fixtures and will be hoping to put up a similar display here. Hence, the bookies price them at (1.57) to avoid defeat.
Nawalka’s side have notched nine and shipped in six in their last five matches, while Cisse’s men have scored four and conceded three goals in theirs. Therefore, it seems rewarding backing an outcome of over 2.5 goals here at (1.90).
Sadio Mane will be the main goal threat for the Lions of Teranga. The 26-year-old has so far recorded 11 goals in 32 appearances on the international stage. Bet365 quotes odds of (3.10) for him to strike again anytime.
Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.