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Poland v Austria Betting Tips, Odds & Match Preview - Euro 2024


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It’s must-win, or rather must-not-lose in Berlin on Friday, as Austria and Poland lock horns in order to still be considered in the conversation of Group D at Euro 2024.

With France and Netherlands expected to make up spots one and two in this group, Austria and Poland will be vying for a healthy third spot as a minimum accomplishment from this year’s Euros, and both have good enough squads to be considered dark horses.

We’ve looked at some of the best football betting offers, odds and markets from our range of football betting sites to provide you with Poland v Austria betting tips.

Poland v Austria Betting Tips

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Austria to win to nil

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Christoph Baumgartner to get a goal or an assist

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Poland v Austria Odds

  • Poland to win – 11/4
  • Draw – 5/2
  • Austria to win – Evens

Odds courtesy of Betfred, correct at the time of publication

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Down, but not out

There’s a solid argument to be made in saying that Austria were one of the most impressive sides from the first round of fixtures – especially from the eye-test.

Ralf Rangnick is overseeing a wily and competent operation from Das Team and can consider themselves extremely unlucky to come away from their opening fixture with France with “nil pois”.

With an athletic and well-organised eleven, insistent in carrying out a press for 90 minutes, Austria will cause many good teams problems if they advance in Germany, but they must get something against Poland on Friday night if we are to see this materialise.

Poland were less impressive in their 2-1 loss to Netherlands, despite taking the lead in Hamburg and only falling behind in the 83rd minute. Michal Probierz’s side struggled to create much outside of set pieces, and missed the presence of their influential “GOAT” of Polish football, Robert Lewandowski.

But the Barcelona goal-machine has returned to training and could feature against Austria on Friday – for how much of the game is impossible to tell.

Austria conceded just seven goals throughout their qualifying campaign and weren’t exactly all hands to the defensive pump against a talented French squad. Their organisation under Rangnick points to another clean sheet – especially if there are still question marks over Lewandowski – with Austria winning to nil coming out at a decent 11/4.

Baumgartner to impress

Christoph Baumgartner has been Austria’s midfield focal point for a while now and most positive play will go through the RB Leipzig player on Friday.

Playing as a No. 10, the 24-year-old holds the key to testing the Polish defence and building on the seven goals and four assists he has notched for his country in his last 12 outings.

6/5 is the price for Baumgartner to make a contribution (either goal or assist) in Berlin and is well worth a look if you, like us, fancy Austria to turn up.

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