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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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Slovakia vs Bulgaria

Currently being in a preparation for the European Championship, Slovakia will definitely approach this one with a victory in their mind, as their overall appearance was mediocre at least since 2020.
To their advantage goes the fact that they did record a home victory last time when they were put together in the World Cup campaign against Russia, outplaying them with a 2:1 result.
This will be their second consecutive EURO appearance, and a perfect chance to see if some things should be fixed before the real thing starts.
Defenders Gyomber (28/0, Salernitana), Hancko (14/1, Sparta Prague), Valjent (9/0, Mallorca), midfielders Stoch (60/6, Zaglebie), Rusnak (32/5, Real SAalt Lake) and forward Safranko (10/0, Sepsi) are missing out this time.
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Slovakia vs Russia

Slovakia disappointed again in their second match of World Cup qualifiers when they took just a point in a 2:2 home draw against underdogs from Malta.
They showed very little creativity during the first part and were caught up by surprise, conceding two in the 16th and the 20th minute. Luckily, the hosts pulled themselves together in the continuation, visibly appearing better on the field, reducing over Strelec in the 49th, and leveling up just four minutes later when Skriniar was effective.
Overly looking, the Slovaks missed a great opportunity for three points, and now have two draws behind them since the begging of the campaign.
Slovakia will miss defender Gyomber (28/0, Salernitana), Vavro (11/1, Huesca), Mazan (11/0, Karvina), midfielders Stoch (60/6, Zaglebie Lubin), Sabo (18/0, Rizespor), and forward Safranko (10/0, Sepsi).
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