Win and you're in. It is that simple for both Poland and the Czech Republic in their Group A finale as three points will put either into the knockout stages. Obviously, every neutral is rooting for Poland as part of of the 1997 addendum to the Geneva Convention titled, "Always Root For The Hosts".
Lines: Poland,-1/2 (+120). Czech Republic, +1/2 (-140).
Odds: Poland, +120. Czech Republic, +225. Draw, +230.
Over/Under: Over 2.5, +100. Under 2.5, -120.
It's lovely and all that the Czech Republic put in a halfway not embarrassing performance against Greece, but that was against a bad team that did not have its two best central defenders. And even in that game they only had one short stretch in which they looked good at the beginning. After that it got sketchy. This time around, they have to play a real team with a real striker in Robert Lewandowski and they have to do it against the co-hosts. Not happening, this one is all Poland so bet accordingly.
Neither team has looked particularly strong at the back in this one. With Poland eliminated by a draw they will have no chance to open up and that will give both teams a chance at goals. The over looks good.