10. Northern Ireland have won four of their nine matches against Poland, losing three and drawing three. They can be backed at 6.05 to win.
9. Poland haven’t won a game at a major tournament since the last match of the 2006 World Cup group stage. They are favourites to win at 1.72.
8. The Poles are on a run of six European Championship matches without a win, the longest current streak. Northern Ireland are 2.23 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
7. The nations last met in qualifying for the 2010 World Cup. They drew 1-1 in Chrozow in September 2009, a repeat of which is priced at 7.00.
6. The reverse fixture had seen Northern Ireland win 3-2 in Belfast six months prior. An identical scoreline is available at 61.00.
5. Poland haven’t beaten Northern Ireland since a 1-0 World Cup qualifying win in March 2005. They are 5.75 to win 1-0 again.
4. Adam Nawalka’s side have lost only two of their last 20 games in all competitions, winning 11 and drawing seven. They are 1.15 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
3. Poland have scored just three goals in six European Championship matches. Northern Ireland are 8.50 to win without conceding a goal.
2. Only four players have scored more goals for Poland than Robert Lewandowski (34). The Bayern Munich striker is 3.15 to open the scoring.
1. Lewandowski led the goalscoring charts in qualifying with 13, equalling Northern Ireland striker David Healey’s qualifying record from 2008. He is 5.50 to score twice or more.