However, the bookmakers are predicting a poor goal-scoring match. The Barcelona centre-forward has never scored in a World Cup match

    You have to read the group C ranking more than once to believe it’s true. That’s why the second day is already a fundamental crossroads for the teams’ journey. On Saturday 26 November at 2 pm, Poland and Saudi Arabia will challenge each other, returning respectively from the draw against Mexico and the miracle against Argentina.


    The importance of the match foreshadows a match played on the wire even if the higher quality of the squad of Poland is ready to make the difference. This is why the play regarding partial and final times is interesting. The 1/1 of Poland is worth 2.70 for Better and GoldBet and 2.75 for Bet365 and Betfair.


    Although Saudi Arabia are now at the top of the group and are the only team to have won their debut Group C for the bookies, the favorites are Poland. A victory by Michniewicz’s team agrees almost everyone at 1.77 starting from GoldBet passing through Star Casino Bet, 888 Sport, Better and Net Bet. The odds for the draw, which would be the second in a row for Poland, are instead worth from 3.50 for Sisal to 3.75 for Net Bet. Values ​​that rise those of a possible success of Saudi Arabia ranging from 5.00 of Bet365 and Betfair up to 5.25 of 888Sport.

    Up for grabs between Poland and Saudi Arabia is half of qualifying and for this reason the sensation is that of a shrewd match. For this reason bettors bet on the Under 2.5 which starts from 1.72 of Bet365 and Sisal up to 1.75 of Star Casino Bet. The Over 2.5 values ​​are slightly higher, starting from 2.00 for GoldBet and Better up to 2.17 for 888Sport. Similarly the No Goal sign is worth 1.80 for Bet365 and Betfair while the Goal reaches 2.04 for 888Sport.


    The last meeting between Poland and Saudi Arabia dates back to 28 March 2006, in a friendly match, and the Poles won by 1-2. Before the debut victory against Argentina, Saudi Arabia had won only 3 of the 16 games played at the World Cup, making up 11 defeats and 2 draws. Poland, on the other hand, despite having qualified for the World Cup for the ninth time, has failed to get past the group stage since 1986. Saturday could therefore be a historic opportunity for both teams to rewrite the history of their national teams.


    A result that is close to Poland that accrued against Mexico above all for the error from the penalty spot by Lewandowski who was hypnotized by Ochoa. Poland will field practically half of Serie A in the match against Saudi Arabia: from Szczesny to Glik via Bereszynski and Zalewski. At home in Saudi Arabia, after the historic victory over Argentina, some formation changes will necessarily have to be made. In fact, there will be no Yasser Al-Shahrani, injured after the clash with goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais. Who will certainly be confirmed is the attacker Al-Shehri who has already scored one goal.


    Poland awaits the first goal of their symbol footballer: Robert Lewandowski. The striker was involved in 13 goals in 2022 World Cup qualifying (9 goals, 4 assists), more than double any other Polish player. Above all, in his only World Cup appearance he was never able to find the way to the net.

    For the bookies, however, the one against Saudi Arabia could be the right match to unlock. A goal by him is worth 1.88 for Star Casino Bet and 2.00 for Sisal. Saudi Arabia’s best striker is Saleh Al Shehri who also put his signature in the match against Argentina by scoring the equalizer. A goal by him is worth 4.50 for Sisal and 5.10 for Star Casino Bet.