I think I should change the way games are presented as not many may be interesting. That way, every weekend I will recommend three, up to four games that may be watchable for anyone used to watching... well, better football in better leagues. So, this weekend, three games from Ekstraklasa will be without a doubt enjoyable. Hear me out which one.
Śląsk Wrocław - Legia Warszawa, Friday, 20:00 Game of two new teams - but in two different meanings. The hosts are described as new because they changed their tactics, now play attacking football and have three new, influential players in their squad. While Legia, is really new team, from back to front, they made transfers for about four million euro and looking for quick effect under new management. Watch this game for many goals, both defences are mistakes prone. And the stadium is sold out already.
Widzew Łódź - Wisła Kraków, Saturday, 16:00 While the guests are struggling against any opposition they play, the hosts are enjoying their early days back in Ekstraklasa. With Wisła defence, anything is possible and Darvydas Sernas is on fire lately, looking to boost his tally of three goals in two games. And how about Wisła? They are days from introducing new manager and the name of him will be known for many. How they will present, knowing that eyes of his are watching them?
Lech Poznań - Cracovia, Sunday, 17:00 Lech, after their much needed win in Dniepropietrovsk, will have to claim that bad days are over and put to bed all claims of crisis talks inside the team and club. Only the win will give the peace before second leg against Dnipro but they want not only three points but also to stay injury free. Guests on the other hand are after ambitious but lost start in the two first games, to Śląsk and Legia. There were glimpses of good play but they need to improve their defence to get anything out of this match.
Other games:Arka Gdynia - Górnik Zabrze,
GKS Bełchatów - Ruch Chorzów, Lechia Gdańsk - Jagiellonia Białystok, Polonia Bytom - Korona Kielce, Polonia Warszawa - Zagłębie Lubin,