FIRST of the last-16 ties at Euro 2016 is Switzerland v Poland and while neither side has been explosive you have to fancy the Poles.
They haven’t conceded yet – including a 0-0 draw with Germany – and will be hoping Robert Lewandowski will find his shooting boots after drawing a blank in Group C. His strike pal Arkadiusk Milik has had more chances and netted once. He is 3-1 at McBookie to score.
Two 1-0 wins against Ukraine and Northern Ireland won’t have scared anyone but the Swiss only beat Albania and progressed with a 0-0 draw against France that suited both teams.
Risk the Poles at 13-8 with McBookie and look at Lewandowski to score at 11-5 with McBookie. If you want to keep the draw on side go Poland draw no bet at 3-4 with 888sport.
All three of Switzerland’s group games went under 2.5 goals and two were under 1.5 goals. Poland’s three games were two 1-0 wins and a 0-0 draw so under 1.5 is a possibility at 13-10 with Coral as under 2.5 is a bit short at Betfred.
Under 1.5 goals
Lewandowski to score