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Poland vs Slovakia

This will be the fourth consecutive EURO appearance for Poland, and sure enough, they are eager to start their campaign with a morale-boosting victory.
Their group is quite open, as they share it with Sweden, Spain, and Slovakia, as every nation has the potential of progressing further.
With an opening win here, the Polish will be on the right path of repeating their success from 2016 when they reached the quarter-finals, and being quite potent in every match they played so far in this year, gives them every reason to approach this clash with their heads up high.
Defender Bednarek (30/1, Southampton) is doubtful, while injured remains striker Milik (59/15, Marseille). Defender Reca (14/0, Crotone), midfielders Grosicki (83/17, WBA), Szymanski (11/1, Dynamo Moscow) and forward Piatek (18/8, Hertha) aren’t with the team.
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Hungary vs Poland

Hungarians left the impression of quite a dangerous nation last time they were called-up, as they managed to take the first spot in the group shared with Serbia, Turkey, and Russia during the UEFA Nations League competition.
Their road to the World Cup in 2022 is a bit more difficult, as they are drawn in the group with England, Poland, Albania, San Marino, and Andorra, but never the less, with their distinctive offensive approach, they should be able to cause problems even in matches when their victory is questionable, usually not defending and trying to score a goal more.
The Hungarians will miss defender Bese (23/0, Leuven), Korhut (21/1, Debrecen), midfielder Szoboszlai (12/3, Leipzig) and forward Gyurcso (20/3, Osijek) compared to previous invitations.
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