After the victorious premiere against the Wales (2:1), things have not gone right for Czeslaw Michniewicz’s team. The recent 0-1-2 in June, which includes two defeats against the Belgians (6:1, 0:1) but also a draw away to tonight’s opponent (2:2), has put Poland in a difficult position. The Poles will fight with the bottom Wales for the realistic goal of avoiding the last place and relegation to the B division of the competition. They are currently have +3 points from Wales and are considered favorites against them in the next match in Cardiff. Due to injuries and suspensions unavailable are Żurkowski, Grabara, Cash, Bielik, and Buksa. Netherlands in their most recent game, beat Wales by 3:2. This was the third win in four matches and they remained at the top with +3 points from Belgium. The three points came in a dramatic way, specifically with a goal by Depay in the third minute of stoppage time. Today, Luke de Jong, Wijnaldum and Martins Indi are out of the squad. They know that a win tonight could give them a place in the Final four of the tournament or put them in an extremely advantageous position, but Poland with Lewandowski can score at least a goal in an open match.