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As mentioned there’s a flurry of activity with Saturday’s feature game between Poland and the Czech Republic, followed later by Greece v Russia.
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Co-hosts Poland will be going head to head with Czech Republic on Saturday evening in what should be a thrilling finale to Group A at Euro 2012.
In one of the closet groups of the tournament, it really is all to play for in this one with both Poland and Czech Republic in with a chance of progressing to the quarter-finals.
Looking at what each team needs to do, Poland can target a win and a win only. Nothing less will do for them and this should mean they come out of the blocks quickly.
After fighting back to a 1-1 draw in their last game – against group leaders Russia – they should be in fantastic spirits for this one and will be backed by a passionate home crowd once again.
There was of course months of build up to this tournament in Poland and it all comes down to Saturday evening’s match. Three points and they will definitely be through to the last eight, a remarkable achievement for the lowest ranked team in the competition.
Standing in their way is Czech Republic who are arguably the most unpredictable team in the tournament, certainly based on their opening two games.
First up, they were hammered 4-1 by Russia and this was followed by an invaluable victory over Greece. This 2-1 win gives them a chance of progressing to the knockout stages and they will be up for the challenge on Saturday.
In terms of what they need to do, a draw will be enough presuming that Greece fail to beat group leaders Russia. Their mentality needs to be positive though and there shouldn’t be any settling for a draw approach.
Looking at the betting for this one, Poland are the narrow favourites at 5/4, while Czech Republic can be backed for their second win in succession at 2/1. The draw is available at 5/2.