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Poland v Czech Republic Odds : Back Poles to secure quarter final spot at Euro 2012

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Poland and Czech Republic meet on Saturday evening in what is a massive encounter in the final game of Group A, as Bet365 free bets report plenty of money coming in for the Poles at a value looking price of 5/4.

It is a winner takes all affair as the team that takes all three points will make the quarter-finals.

Looking at Poland to begin with, they had a great result against Russia on Tuesday evening where they managed a 1-1 draw.

The co-hosts were 1-0 down in the match but a fantastic strike from Jakub Błaszczykowski just before the hour mark secured a point for them.

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Franciszek Smuda’s men will now be desperate to make it to the knockout stages and of course have the advantage of their home fans to spur them on in this match.

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Robert Lewandowski will yet again be leading the line for Poland and he will want to add to his one goal of the tournament so far.

It is now eight games unbeaten for Smuda’s men, which puts them in great shape to take a positive result on Saturday.

As for Czech Republic, they put their disappointing defeat to Russia in their opening game behind them and went on to beat Greece 2-1.

The Czech’s found themselves two goals up inside the first ten minutes so may feel slightly disappointed they didn’t go on to get more goals as goal difference could play a big part in this tight group.

Petr Cech made yet another mistake for Greece’s goal which will cause concern for manager Michal Bilek, who would have been relying on his goalkeeper being solid throughout the competition, and they may also have to do without influential midfielder Tomas Rosicky, who is struggling with an achilles tendon injury.

Bilek’s men will know that a win here will see them make the knockout stages which would be a great achievement given their poor start.

With so much at stake this is all set to be great encounter between two sides hoping to cause a few upsets in the tournament.

It all gets underway from 7.45pm on Saturday.

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