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Polish Cup 2018 Odds

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Who wins the Polish Cup 2018?

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After crashing out at the Round of 32 stage, the 2016/17 Polish Cup won’t be returning to Legia Warsaw’s Polish Army Stadium for another year. However, with the 2017/18 campaign set to roll around soon enough, the Ekstraklasa club will be raring to go as they attempt to regain control of their crown.

The Polish Cup tournament will kick off in July 2017, with a total of 40 teams competing in a preliminary round to secure their place in the tournament. Among those competing will be 16 regional cup competition winners, the 18 teams competing in II Liga (Polish third tier) and the six bottom-placed clubs from I Liga (Polish second tier).

The 20 winning teams will then go through to the first round, where they will be joined by the 12 remaining I Liga teams, before the 16 top flight clubs enter the tournament at the Round of 32 stage. For those that progress all the way to the end, the final will likely be scheduled for late April or early May, 2018.

In total, 68 teams are in with a shot of winning the tournament, but which sides are most likely to lift the Polish Cup next year?

Legia Warsaw

The club are the most successful side in the competition's history, having won it 18 times in its 92 years of existence, and will be hopeful of adding another to their connection. They missed out on the cup this year, but having won the tournament in five of their last seven attempts, Legia Warsaw are overwhelming favourites to claim the cup in 2018.

They were unfortunate to come up against a strong Gornik Zabrze team (the competition’s second most successful side) in the Round of 32 and were unable to make it through to the later rounds. Yet, that disappointment is likely to see them bounce back with renewed desire next season.

Lech Poznań

As one of Polish football’s most successful sides, Lech Poznan are always among the favourites.

The club came agonisingly close to winning the trophy in 2016/17. Despite going all the way to the final, they suffered a 2-1 defeat to Arka Gdynia which meant that their sixth Polish Cup victory was put on hold. However, with a squad full of talented players, they will surely bounce back and produce yet another good run next season.

Jagiellonia Białystok

Jagiellonia Białystok don’t quite have the honours list to compete with Legia Warsaw or Lech Poznan, but they have stepped up in recent years to become one of Poland’s best performing clubs.

They won the Polish Cup for the first time in their history back in 2010 but haven’t been able to make a serious challenge for the trophy again since. In fact, they have also fallen at the Round of 16 stage on the last three occasions. Yet, given their remarkable 2016/17 Ekstraklasa campaign, they will be among the favourites to push on and lift the trophy in 2018.