Wisla Plock won their last three games, where they didn’t concede a single goal. With the third consecutive victory, they reached 48 points and have only two points less from the first place Górnik Zabrze in the relegation group. Today they welcome relegated Korona Kielce and want to get revenge for the heavy defeat (1:4) last May. Coach Radosław Sobolewski cant count on midfielders Rasak (28/0), Kusvik (16/2), forwards Reznick (16/2), Foyut (3/0) and Tomasik (26/3). Korona Kielce grab a point on an away game against Wisla Krakow and remained without a win since 31 May, when they had beaten their current opponent. With this result, they reached 31 points and are waiting for the season to end to make planning for the second league. Some players already left the team and coach Maciej Bartoszek is giving a chance to young prospects to see their quality. Midfielder Tseboula (25/2) is punished and defender Pertschala (4/0) remains doubtful. In their mutual matches, we saw open games and again I expect an offensive approach from both teams.