Poland v Colombia preview: Back our 40/1 #BetYourWay
Both sides lost their opening game, but only one is likely to have the capacity to bounce back and win here.
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Here's Adam Drury's tip for Poland v Colombia to get you started...
Colombia to score over 1.5 goals –
Colombia scored once and threatened more against Japan, despite being reduced to 10 men after just three minutes.
Given Poland have conceded twice in three of their last four matches, so this is definitely achievable.
Juan Quintero to score anytime –
Quintero scored with an excellent free-kick in Colombia’s opener, and can double his tally for the tournament in this one.
The River Plate midfielder has scored twice in his last four internationals, and is likely to start centrally again with James Rodriguez struggling for fitness.
Poland to score under 1.5 goals –
Poland were toothless in their first match against Senegal, and will find life harder against an even tougher defence.
Colombia had kept consecutive clean sheets in the build-up to Russia, before an early sending off derailed their efforts against Japan.
Under 1.5 cards
Colombia had not picked up a card in consecutive matches before that early red.
Poland have received no more than one card in any of their last 15 matches, and none at all in eight of those, so the referee is unlikely to be busy in this one.
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