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Lewandowski Still in Search of First Euro Goal

The only relevant match Switzerland and Poland have played in recent memory came back in November of 2014 when the two sides drew 2-2. They will match up again in the round of 16 on Saturday in one of the stronger legs of the left side of the Euro bracket.

  • These two teams scored a combined total of 4 goals in 6 group play games.
  • Poland has +2500 odds to outright win the Euros in future markets.
  • The Swiss have +4000 odds to win the Euros.

The Swiss finished second in their group with an unbeaten record. They played France to a 0-0 draw in their final match that would’ve seen them top Group A with a win. Switzerland has struggled to score in this tournament and has only found the net twice so far. That being said, they have also been strong defensively, conceding only one goal through 270 minutes.

Poland hasn’t been filling up the net either and have also scored only twice these Euros. Robert Lewandowski, Bayern Munich’s superstar striker, has yet to find the twine at the Euros and would love to get his first in the round of 16 against the Swiss. The Poles, like the Swiss, have been flexing their defensive muscles and are yet to concede at their own end.

Online sportsbook Bovada currently has Poland as the +160 favorite and Switzerland the +220 underdog on the moneyline. If you feel these teams will play for extra time and penalties, Bovada is offering a +190 line for this match to be a draw after regular time.