On Thursday night, Poland and Estonia will meet in the Path A semi-final at Warsaw’s Stadion Narodowy in what promises to be one of the more surprising matchups of the Euro 2024 qualifying playoffs.

The winner of this tie will face either Wales or Finland in the final next Tuesday. The last group, D, consists of France, the Netherlands, and Austria, soill be a tough competition.

Top 3 marketsBest odds at bookmakers
Poland to win HT and FT: ⚽1.57 at Bet9ja
Over 3.5 goals: 🥅2.75 at 1xbet
Poland to win to nil: ✅1.56 at Sportybet

Poland and Estonia: Previous Games 

Poland have not lost any of their last five home matches

In their past ten games, Estonia has gone winless.

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In their last ten road matches, Estonia have suffered seven defeats. Estonia has let in two or more goals in seven of their past ten road games. In their past 20 encounters, Estonia have gone scoreless ten times.

Probable Poland Lineup

Szczesny; Bereszynski, Bednarek, Kiwior; Cash, Zielinski, S. Szymanski, D. Szymanski, Frankowski; Lewandowski, Piatek

Probable Estonia Lineup

Hein; Klavan, Mets, Paskotsi; Peetson, Poom, Vassiljev, Pikk; Sinyavskiy, Anier; Jurgens

Betting tips: Poland x Estonia

Check out our predictions of the day for Poland vs Estonia

Prediction 1: Poland x Estonia / Poland to win HT and FT

It is understated to claim that Estonia secured a spot in the Euro 2024 playoffs, and the disparity in skill between the two teams ought to be evident right from the off.

While the visitors may have stunned Poland twelve years ago, the Eagles have been unstoppable at home in Euro qualifying, so they should cruise to victory on Thursday and go to the final unchallenged.

Prediction 2: Poland x Estonia / Over 3.5 goals

With only one point and a goal differential of -20 after eight matches against Azerbaijan, Belgium, Sweden, and Austria, Estonia finished last in Group F. In qualifying, they were second-to-last in goals scored and second-worst in goals surrendered, behind only Gibraltar and Liechtenstein.

While Sweden thrashed Estonia 5-0 in Tallinn and 2-0 at home, Poland takes a more systematic approach. Despite Robert Lewandowski’s superiority over Viktor Gyokeres at the elite level, both teams’ rosters are competitive.

Prediction 3: Poland x Estonia / Poland to win to nil

Given that Michal Probierz’s squad has lost only twice in their previous nine matches, it’s little wonder that the bookies have given Poland an 84.6% probability of winning Thursday’s semi-final.

Before this week’s pivotal playoff, Estonia’s form—which includes nine losses in their past eleven matches—could scarcely be worse, and our free football picks for today have gone against them once again.