Poland vs Germany Prediction, Odds & Bettings Tips 16/06/2023

* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.

Poland vs Germany Predictions and Top Odds

After going with three straight losses, Poland won their last international match in March and now is embarking on a friendly game challenge against the host of the next European Championships, Germany.

Even though this is a friendly match, you can check all the latest picks on our Euro 2024 predictions page.

Over 2.5 Goals

  • Germany's defense has been in shambles lately, three out of the last five matches went over the mark
  • Poland had two from their past three encounters with more than two goals scored
  • This will be the first match between these sides in seven years

Both Teams to Score

  • Two out of the last five Poland vs Germany matches covered the BTTS
  • Germany had four games in their last five outings with both team scoring
  • Poland's defense allowed eight goals in their last four matches

Latest Market Odds and Stats for Poland vs Germany prediction

These are the stats for the past five games for both teams:

Poland's last five matches: WLLLW

Germany's last five matches: DWWLD

This is how the bookmakers view Poland vs Germany odds:

Poland odds: 5/1 (5.00) – 20%

Draw odds: 13/5 (3.50) – 28.6%

Germany odds: 4/6 (1.67) – 60%

The latest odds give Germany a better chance of winning the match with a probability of 60 percent. Germany is the expected winner, but there is more than meets the eye in this matchup as the host of next year's EURO tournament has struggled lately with their form. You can check what is on offer across the betting markets on our football predictions today page, and here are some options for Poland vs Germany game: Robert Lewandowski scoring Anytime is valued at 6/4 (2.50) – 40% while Germany Win with BTTS can get you odds up to 11/5 (3.20) – 31.3%.

Poland vs Germany Lineups, Team News, and Preview


The home team started its EURO 2024 campaign with a win and a loss, but this time around they will entertain the host of the European Championships, Germany. These neighboring countries met on a few occasions in the EURO qualifiers, as well as the tournaments themselves, in their last five h2h matches, each team won once while three games ended in a draw.

Provisional lineup: Szczesny, Bereszynski, Bednarek, Kedziora, Kiwior, Zielinski, Linetty, Syzmanski, Frankowski, Milik, Lewandowski.


It is a different period of games for Germany as they host next year's EUROs. Manager Hansi Flick has a tough task developing a competitive team after the disappointing World Cup. Germany already played a friendly against Ukraine earlier in the week drawing 3-3, and after the Poland match, they will face Colombia in their final game of June's international window.

Provisional lineup: ter Stegen, Rudiger, Ginter, Klostermann, Kehrer, Kimmich, Goretzka, Can, Brand, Sane, Werner.

Player to Watch: Joshua Kimmich

The Bayern Munich midfielder is the captain of the German national team and one of its most influential members. He has accumulated 77 caps for his country with six goals on his record. But, he is also one of those often criticized for some underwhelming performances by the national team in recent games.

Kimmich has just finished another championship season with Bayern playing in 33 games while scoring five goals and adding six assists to his record. His presence in the midfield is as important as ever for Germany he has struggled defensively and Bayern's player is one of those responsible the most for the way the team handles its assignments in the back line.

Starting lineups

Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.

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