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Poland vs Slovakia UEFA EURO LIVE Football Score 14 June 2021

Poland vs Slovakia UEFA EURO LIVE Football Score 14 June 2021

Poland is going head to head with Slovakia starting on 14 Jun 2021 at 16:00 UTC at Gazprom Arena stadium, Saint Petersburg city, Russia. The match is a part of the European Championship, Group E. Coming into the tournament amid a grim run of form, Poland kick off their Euro 2020 campaign against Group E outsiders Slovakia on Monday, in St Petersburg. As the Eagles enter the finals with their only win this year coming against lowly Andorra, the pressure is on coach Paulo Sousa to start with a win in Russia’s cultural capital. Coming into the tournament amid a grim run of form, Poland kick off their Euro 2020 campaign against Group E outsiders Slovakia on Monday, in St Petersburg.

As the Eagles enter the finals with their only win this year coming against lowly Andorra, the pressure is on coach Paulo Sousa to start with a win in Russia’s cultural capital. However, their opening game of the much-delayed event could prove decisive in the final analysis, as they must also encounter the experience and collective will of Sweden, after meeting a new-look Spanish side in their second outing.

Having struggled under Brzeczek when the Nations League resumed last November, coaching itinerant Sousa has gone on to experiment with different personnel and tactical setups. However, in their opening Qatar 2022 qualifying fixtures, Poland picked up only one point from meetings with chief rivals England and Hungary; defeating humble Andorra in between. Not only that, but in the Eagles’ warm-up friendlies this month, they have been held to draws by both Russia and Iceland – extending their winless streak against top-tier nations to the best part of seven months. In fact, only Karol Swiderski’s late equaliser – as Sousa fielded a strong XI against the Icelanders – saved them from falling to a morale-sapping defeat last time out.

The tactical tinkering of wildcard coach Paulo Sousa has so far proved unsuccessful since his appointment in place of previous boss Jerzy Brzeczek earlier this year, which came after the latter had serenely steered his nation through qualifying.

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