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Euro 2020 Match Day 2 fixture, Spain vs. Poland is scheduled for 20:00 (GMT+1) on Saturday, the 19th of June at the Estadio de La Cartuja.

Despite the convincing performance, Spain failed to find the target and had to settle for a goalless draw against Sweden in their opening game on Match Day 1. Swedish goalkeeper, Robin Olsen was the busier keeper of the two, - churning out save after save to deny Spain’s Dani Olmo twice from scoring. Spain came close to conceding but luckily, Marcus Berg failed to find a clean contact with the ball and couldn’t get the touch on target after Alexander Isak’s remarkable footwork which beat a forest of legs with crimson shirts.

 Spain were denied once again by the Swedish goalkeeper in injury time as he thwarted Gerard Moreno’s header from crossing the line. The draw leaves Spain in a tricky situation as a defeat on Match Day 2 may see them exit the tournament. - Should they not have enough points to make the list of the last four to qualify after two from each group. 

The media would be waiting at Luis Enrique’s door step should things not go according to plan on Saturday after the Spanish boss dropped captain, Sergio Ramos from his squad. A probable attacking 4—3—3 formation could be on the cards for Luis Enrique on Saturday as Spain remains unbeaten in six games across all competitions: DWWDWD and have 1 point after 0W, 1D & 0L in this tournament.


Meanwhile, Poland failed to pick up any point on Match Day 1 after they lost to Slovakia. Poland’s goalkeeper, Wojciech Szczesny (18’ O.G) was credited with Slovakia’s first goal after the ball bounced off him and into the back of the net. But Poland equalized with a team goal, finished off by Karol Linetty (49’). It didn’t take too long for Slovakia restored to restore the lead, 

and they did it twenty-minutes later through Milan Skriniar (69’). The defeat leaves Poland with a form that reads: DWLDDL and a G.D. of -1 after 0W, 0D & 1L. Paulo Sousa could return with a 4—3—3 formation when Poland makes their second appearance at the tournament. Grzegorz Krychowiak (R. 62’) received the first red card of the tournament against Slovakia and will not take part in this fixture.


Spain took Poland apart in their last meeting on the 8th of June, 2010 after the game ended in a 6-0 win for the former.


This Group E fixture is predicted to end in a 2-1 victory for Spain.
Venue: Estadio de La Cartuj
Date: Saturday, June 19, 2021. 
Kick-Off Time: 20:00 (GMT+1). 
Tournament: Euro 2020.

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