Poland vs Turkey Prediction: Team to Win, Form, News and more

Here is our prediction for the upcoming International Friendly taking place between Poland and Turkey on Monday, June 10th 2024.

9:19am on Monday 10th June 2024
Jake Skudder

Poland and Turkey are set to face off in a highly anticipated international friendly on Monday evening at Stadion Narodowy in Warsaw.

Both teams are finalising their preparations for Euro 2024, making this match a crucial test for both sides.

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Poland's Recent Form and Prospects

Poland comes into this game on a high, having secured a 3-1 victory over Ukraine in their latest friendly.

This victory marked Poland's fourth consecutive win, showcasing their strong form heading into Euro 2024. Michal Probierz's team is gearing up for a challenging group stage where they will face the Netherlands, Austria, and France.

Key players for Poland include their captain Robert Lewandowski, who is also the national team's all-time leading goalscorer, with 82 goals.

The team also boasts experienced players like goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, and midfielders Kamil Grosicki and Piotr Zielinski. However, the squad will miss Arkadiusz Milik due to a knee injury.

Turkey's Recent Form and Prospects

Turkey, on the other hand, is coming off a goalless draw with Italy. They have had a mixed run of form recently, with their last win being a standout 2-1 victory against Germany in a friendly late last year.

Turkey's coach, Vincenzo Montella, has been refining his squad, with key players like Cenk Tosun and Kerem Akturkoglu expected to make an impact.

Turkey will play in Group F at Euro 2024 alongside Georgia, Portugal, and the Czech Republic. Their best performance in the European Championship was in 2008, when they reached the semi-finals.

This time, they aim to advance past the group stages after being knocked out early in the last two tournaments.

Team News


Poland's squad features a mix of experience and talent. Robert Lewandowski is set to return to the starting lineup, alongside Wojciech Szczesny and Kamil Grosicki.

Piotr Zielinski will also be crucial in the midfield. The team will have to cope without Arkadiusz Milik, who is out due to injury.

Predicted Starting XI: Szczesny; Walukiewicz, Salamon, Kiwior; Skoras, Zielinski, Romanczuk, Grosicki; Buksa, Lewandowski, Szymanski.


Turkey has made several changes to their squad, with Dogan Alemdar, Cenk Ozkacar, Berat Ozdemir, Can Uzun, Abdulkadir Omur, and Oguz Aydin being omitted.

Injuries have also ruled out Ozan Kabak, Caglar Soyuncu, and Enes Unal. Despite these setbacks, the team remains competitive with players like Cenk Tosun and Arda Guler in attacking positions.

Predicted Starting XI: Bayindir; Celik, Demiral, Bardakci, Muldur; Calhanoglu, Ayhan; Guler, Yazici, Akturkoglu; Tosun.


Given both teams' current form and preparations for Euro 2024, this match is expected to be evenly contested.

Poland's recent winning streak gives them a slight edge, but Turkey's solid defence against Italy suggests they can hold their ground.

Our Prediction: Poland 1-1 Turkey

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