Euro 2024 Odds: Poland Soccer Betting Guide

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Written By Mo Nuwwarah | Last Updated
Poland Euro 2024 odds

The 2024 UEFA European Championships have begun, and Poland was game in its opening fixture before falling 2-1 to the favored Dutch. Next, they’ll face Austria in what looms as a likely must-win since the finale will come against powerhouse France. Early odds again have Poland as an underdog () in three-way markets. Here at TheLines.com, we’re taking a look at every team participating in Europe’s biggest tournament this summer. Below, we’ll take a look at Euro soccer odds for Poland, their schedule, group, and more. Click the odds anywhere in this post to bet now.

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For Poland Euro 2024 odds, the team is one of the longer shots in the tournament. They have the longest odds to win their group, so they’ve got some serious work ahead.

Poland Euro 2024 Odds

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What Group Is Poland In?

Poland has landed in Group D, and it’s going to be a bear for them. Poland is the lowest-ranked team in the FIFA world rankings, but they’re plenty respectable at 28th. The problem is they’ll have to contend with France (second), Netherlands (seventh), and Austria (25th).

Up to three teams can advance into the knockout phase of the Euro 2024 bracket. During the group stage, teams earn points for wins (three) and draws (one). Whichever two teams accumulate the most points in the group will advance. Additionally, the four highest-scoring No. 3 finishers will advance. So, if Poland finishes third, their fate depends on how they compare to the third-place finishers in the other groups.

Group D Table

TeamPointsRecordGoal Differential
Netherlands31-0-0+1
France31-0-0+1
Austria00-1-0-1
Poland00-1-0-1

Euro 2024 Groups

Group AGroup BGroup CGroup DGroup EGroup F
GermanySpainEnglandFranceBelgiumPortugal
SwitzerlandItalyDenmarkNetherlandsUkraineTurkey
HungaryCroatiaSerbiaAustriaRomaniaCzech Republic
ScotlandAlbaniaSloveniaPolandSlovakiaGeorgia

When Does Poland Play Again?

Poland’s next match comes against Austria on June 21 in Berlin. They badly need a victory, considering they already took one loss against the Netherlands and still must play France, considered an even stronger side than the Dutch.

Poland Euro 2024 Schedule

Game 1: Poland 1-2 Netherlands

  • Poland goals: Adam Buksa — 16′
  • Netherlands goals: Cody Gakpo — 29′, Wout Weghorst — 83′

Poland vs. Austria

June 21, 12 p.m. ET, Berlin

Poland vs. France

June 25, 12 p.m. ET, Dortmund

How Poland Qualified for Euro 2024

Poland landed in Group E for qualifying, which seemed to be a favorable situation, with Czech Republic the most high-profile opponent. However, the tightly contested group wound up going to Albania and the Czechs, with Poland finishing third, four points behind the top two.

That left Poland heading into the playoff with other third-place teams. They trounced Estonia 5-1 before meeting Wales with a berth on the line. After a scoreless draw, Poland netted all five of its penalties to squeak through, 5-4.

Poland Likely Starting Lineup

Here’s a look at Poland’s likely starting 11:

  • GK Wojciech Szczęsny
  • DF Jan Bednarek
  • DF Paweł Dawidowicz
  • DF Jakub Kiwior
  • MF Nicola Zalewski
  • MF Piotr Zieliński
  • MF Jakub Piotrowski
  • MF Bartosz Slisz
  • MF Przemyslaw Frankowski
  • FW Karol Świderski
  • FW Robert Lewandowski

Notable Players

All discussions about the Polish national team begin and end with Robert Lewandoski. The highly decorated Barcelona man has a staggering 82 goals in 148 caps. At 35, he’s surely in the twilight of his international career, if not the final act. He’ll captain the Polish squad at least one last time. He’s the greatest player in his country’s history.

Keeper Wojciech Szczęsny is another standout. With 81 caps, he’s been around for a while. He continues to perform at a high level and plays for top Italian club Juventus.

Aside from Lewandowski and Szczesny, the Polish team appears to be in the midst of something of a changing of the guard. Several long-tenured players have seen their runs with the international team come to an end in the past couple of years, and even some of the ones that remain have been relegated to the bench in favor of younger talents during the team’s recent high-stakes matches.

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