Russia U21 and Poland U21 measure strength, in a match for this phase of the UEFA U21 Championship (Qualifying Round). There is no record of direct confrontations between these two teams in the last 3 years. The last match was played on 0609-2012 and ended with the score: Russia U21 (4-1) Poland U21.
Russia U21 :
The team reaches this stage of the UEFA U21 Championship (Qualifying Round) after finishing the group stage in the 3rd position of Group 5, with 4 points won. In the last 8 games played for all competitions, Russia U21 won 5, drew 1 and lost 2. Their attack has scored regularly, as they scored goals in 7 of the last 8 matches. In their matches there is a tendency for goals, since 6 of their last 8 matches have ended with Over 2.5 goals. This is a team that usually scores many times first: he opened the scoring in 6 of his last 8 games, of these 6 he came to rest in advantage in 5 and managed to maintain the advantage until the end of the 90 ‘in 5.
Russia U21 comes to this match after a goalless draw, on the trip to Bulgaria U21, adding the second consecutive game without losing in this competition. In this match against Poland U21, coach Mikhail Galaktionov should favor a style of possession of the ball and search for spaces on the flanks. Keep in mind that the Russians have shown great competition in the finalization and offensive stopped balls. At the individual level we highlight the central defender Igor Diveev, who scored 1 goal in this competition. Outside of this game is Ivan Ignatjev, due to a suspension.
Poland U21 :
The team gained access to this phase of the UEFA U21 Championship (Qualifying Round) after the 1st place won in Group 5, with a total of 6 points. In its last 10 matches Poland U21 records 7 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses. His attack has scored regularly, as he scored goals in 8 of the last 10 games. In 14 games, he only got 1 comeback in the 5 games in which he suffered the first goal.
Poland U21 comes to this match with a 4-0 victory against Estonia, thus adding the second successive victory in this competition: the team’s goals were scored by Fila, Dziczek, Jozwiak and Placheta. In this away game we will probably see a team lined up in 4-3-3, with Klimala, Jozwiak and Placheta as the most advanced men. It should be noted that outsiders have several defensive weaknesses, especially in stopped balls. All regular players are available for this match.