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THE MATCH PREDICTION Senegal - Poland 29.05 20:30

Total over 1.5
LOSS

Senegal will meet Poland at their Stadion Widzewa Łódź to play the third game of the U20 World Cup.

Senegal

Senegal are the best in the qualifying group A and got their spot in the play-off stage. The Lions have a maximal mark of earned points. They beat both rivals with the total score of 5:0. Firstly, the Africans have crushed U20 Tahiti 3:0. Their midfielder Amadou Sagna made his hat trick. Secondly, they earned another three points by beating U20 Colombia 2:0. Both goals have been scored from the penalty kicks.

Poland

Poland are second in the table and competing against Colombia for the second direct spot in the play-off round. The young Eagles earned three points after the meeting against U20 Tahiti. The Poles won 5:0. Two guys made their doubles in that game. The guests began with a loss to the Colombians in their opener. The South Americans have scored in the first half and in the stoppage time.

Prediction

Senegal and Poland have played twice with over 1,5. We predict this total in their H2H meeting.

The odds are valid at the moment of the prediction publication.

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«Senegal»

WINS: 4 LOSSES: 1

2 : 0
0 : 2
5 : 1
1 : 0
1 : 1

«Poland»

WINS: 3 LOSSES: 2

2 : 1
1 : 3
2 : 0
4 : 1
0 : 2

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On this page you will find the prediction for the FOOTBALL match of Senegal vs Poland of the U20 World Cup, International Youth. In this personally prepared preview we use h2h stories, over/under stats, Senegal - Poland match facts and team news. For more accurate analysis we use any additional information like injuries, suspensions or weather forecasts. On BetFAQ.com website we provide information for helping you make your own decision regarding a bet on this event. Odds for the Senegal - Poland match prediction are relevant at the time of publication.