Spain huffed and puffed throughout the 90 minutes, however, La Roja were unable to find a way through. Luis Enrique’s side had 85% possession, clocked up an xG of 2.35 and fired in 17 shots throughout the 90 minutes. They looked neat and tidy in possession and both Koke and Jordi Alba provided a constant threat.
However, they lack a potent striker and although he’s often incredibly reliable on the international scene, Alvaro Morata doesn’t appear to be playing with much confidence.
Poland surprisingly slipped up against Slovakia in their opening Group E game and with Sweden still left to play, they simply must collect something from this encounter. The Poles imploded in the second half and will be without Grzegorz Krychowiak for this tie. Karol Linetty’s performance was the only positive for Paolo Sousa’s men.
Sweden’s 4-4-2 system didn’t allow Spain much room, however, Poland are unlikely to be as well-drilled. Spain should win this, however, Poland must attack and simply cannot afford to be passive here.Spain to WIN & Over 2.5 Goals - 10/11 Paddy Power