Legia Warszawa defended the Polish champion before the 28th round of PKO BP Ekstraklasa. At the end of April, a goalless draw between Raków Częstochowa and Jagiellonia Białystok meant that Marek Papszun’s team had lost beyond Math opportunities for the army.
However, choosing a champion does not mean that people are enthusiastic about this season. On the contrary, the remaining decisions remain unclear. The next league game is very important for Wisła Kraków, Wisła Płock, Stal Mielec and Podbeskidzie Bielsko-Biała (the team that fights for maintenance).
There are two situations that will cause the Bielsko-Biała team to bid farewell to PKO BP Ekstraklasa in the upcoming queue. This will happen if Podbeskidzie loses to Wisła Płock, Stal plays against Legia Warsaw, or Robert Robert Kasperczyk’s team competes and Mielec players beat the country’s champion. In both cases, the team from Mielec will get a 4 point advantage in the round before the end of the season.
This situation means that if Stal Mielec scores 1 point more than Podbeskid in the next league round, he will stay in PKO BP Ekstraklasa. For Wisła Kraków and Wisła Płock, regardless of the results of the other stadiums, as long as they at least win the match, they can ensure maintenance.
Rakow Częstochowa’s win in the Polish Cup means that the fight for fourth place in the PKO BP Ekstraklasa is still underway, which will ensure the qualification of the European Union Conference League. There are currently five clubs remaining in the competition: ŚląskWrocław, Warta Poznań, Zagłębie Lubin, Lechia Gdańsk and Piast Gliwice.
Before the start of the 29th round of PKO BP Ekstraklasa, the Waldemar Fornalik team seemed to be in the best position, 42 points ahead of Lechia Gdańsk, 2 points ahead of Zagłębie Lubin and Warta Poznań, and 3 points ahead of ŚląskWrocław. However, the following schedule for all five teams means that other things may happen:
The 29 line of PKO BP Ekstraklasa started on May 7, Friday, at 6:00 pm, and a meeting was held between Górnik Zabrze and Jagiellonia Białystok. In turn, the end of this series of games will also be held on Monday, which is 6:00 pm, when Rakov will play Piast.
PKO BP Ekstraklasa Round 29 schedule: