Faroe Islands v Poland Match Preview & Best Odds

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Faroe Islands v Poland Match Preview & Best Odds

Kick-off: 7.45pm UK Time, Thursday 12th October 2023


With just a single point collected from their opening five Euro 2024 qualifying games, the Faroe Islands sit firmly at the foot of Group E and their chances of qualifying for the competition seem almost non-existent.

The Faroe Islands have never before made it to a major international competition and the likelihood is that this unenviable situation won’t be ended in 2024, another chance having almost certainly passed them by given that they are seven points adrift of second place in their Euro 2024 qualifying group with just three matches left to play. A tiny nation consisting of around 52,000 people is always going to find it difficult making it into a major tournament and the fact that they have even managed one point from five games thus far can be seen as a positive. Hakan Ericson’s side forced Moldova to a share of the spoils on their travels back in March, however since then the Faroe Islands have lost five on the bounce with just two goals scored along the way and the chances of them qualifying for next summer’s tournament are realistically at an end.

Poland have collected six points from their opening five group matches and as such, they are still in with a chance of making it to Euro 2024. At the time of writing they are just two points adrift of the top two and four away from Group E leaders Albania, although in fairness the side will be somewhat disappointed by their showing thus far. The Poles have been particularly poor on their travels with defeats in each of their three away games in the group, their most recent trip ending in a 2-0 defeat at Tirana with the visitors posing little threat up front with just one shot on target. The Eagles did manage a 2-0 win over the Faroe Islands in the reverse fixture earlier in the qualifiers and as such, confidence will be high in the Poland camp ahead of this clash.

Indeed, Poland have far more quality in the ranks than their hosts and while Michal Probierz’s men have yet to collect a single point on their travels, we envisage them having few issues brushing aside the Faroe Islands with relative ease on Thursday evening and edging themselves ever closer to qualification for Euro 2024.


Back Poland to win 3-0 at best odds of 7/1