Georgia vs Poland (EURO 2016 Qualifiers, 14.11.2014)

At the beginning of the year the only question mark over group D was who will finish second after Germany. Now, with Poland three points ahead of Germany at the top of the table, the talk is about whether the visitors will be able to retain the first place.

Georgia have three points from the win against Gibraltar and another defeat would mean their qualification chances are practically non-existent. Scotland were lucky to walk away with a win in Georgia which has prompted Temur Ketsbaia to hope for a good result against Poland. The visitors come off a great win against Germany and a frustrated draw against Scotland, but they have enough attacking brilliance to bring home the three points.
Georgia’s bet for the goals has been Ananidze, but the playmaker is yet to do something else other than assist goals for both national team and his club. Poland are looking at Ajax’s Milik and Bayern Munich’s Lewandowski for the goals, and chances are both of them will score. Last time Poland played in Tbilisi was back in 2008 and they lost with 3-0, but this is a much better Poland team, more attack driven which opens up the betting market of both teams to score at 2.20 with 888sports.

The match betting markets include Georgia to win with 4.10 odds; a Poland win has 1.95 odds and a draw 3.25. Poland for both halves has 3.00 odds, Georgia 6.30 and Poland with a -1 handicap has 2.95 odds. The visitors to win without conceding a goal has 2.75 odds, the same betting market for the hosts gives them 5.80 odds. Georgia to score in both halves has 7.00 odds, Poland 3.65 and we’re betting 8 units on Poland to score over 1.5 goals with 2.35 odds from 888sports.

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