Montenegro sit 3 points behind tonight’s opponents Poland with 7 points; winning 2, drawing 1 and losing just 1 game so far. They have managed to take care of Kazakhstan and Denmark; while losing to Armenia after going 2-0 up before losing 3-2 at the end of that game and taking that solitary draw against Romania. The Montenegro performances have been mixed as your an see brilliant in some circumstances, average and poor at other times. Montenegro will rely up front on the Stefan Jovetic who has started to play back in form after going on loan to Sevilla in the winter window; and he is their leading scorer with 3 goals in 4 games so far. They also have other talented players like Beciraj, Vucinic, Vukcevic and Savic who play in some good competitive teams in the starting lineups. As a team their strongest point is that they have been able to find the back of the net in each of their games with an average of 3.25 goals per game in their 4 encounters so far.
Poland are sitting at the top of the table in their group, winning 3 and drawing one of their games so far this campaign. That draw came in their opening encounter against Kazakstan which was a real dent to the start of their qualification campaign; but they made amends beating beating Denmark, Armenia and Romania in their next games. Poland will rely on their hitman Robert Lewandowski who is the 2nd highest scorer of the qualifying campaign with 7 goals in their 4 games till now. Poland have a talented attacking line with Milik expected to partner Lewandowski up front with Blaszcwwykowski and Grosicki n the wings aiming to bomb in balls to help them score. Poland defense has seen them struggle a lot in recent times where they have leaked goals in 4 out of their last 5 games; while those games have averaged 3.40 goals per game.
I am backing Over 2 Asian Goal line in this encounter between Montenegro and Poland; as both sides have been involved in some goal fests recently.