1. Including games played as Czechoslovakia, the Czech Republic have won 13 and drawn four of 23 international fixtures against Poland. The Czechs are available at 2.24 in the Draw No Bet market.
2. Poland have, however, won the last six meetings on Polish soil and are priced at 2.25 to extend that run.
3. Poland have lost only one of their last 14 matches and are at 1.58 in the Draw No Bet market.
4. No nation has ever recorded the same result in all three group stage matches at the European Championships. A third 1-1 draw for Poland is priced at 6.75.
5. There have been fewer than 2.5 goals in Poland’s last five European Championship games. Under 2.5 goals is at 1.79 here.
6. Poland have failed to win their last six matches at European Championships. A Czech Republic win or draw is 1.66 in the Double Chance market.
7. Peter Cech has conceded five goals from only six shots on target this tournament and has conceded 15 in European Championship history. Poland are a 1.25 chance to get on the scoresheet.
8. Robert Lewandowski impressed for Borussia Dortmund last season and scored his country’s opener against Greece last Friday. He is at 3.20 to score here.
9. Milan Baros has just one goal in his last seven matches for Czech Republic and can be backed at odds of 1.20 not to score this Saturday.
10. Vaclav Pilar has two in two games at Euro 2012 and is a 6.50 shot to make that three in three.