The England vs Poland match in the 2022 World Cup Qualifiers will take place at 01:45 on April 1, Vietnam time. This match will take place at Wembley Stadium.
Comments on the match England vs Poland
The third round of Group I World Cup qualifiers will be the encounter between England and Poland. This is the main match of the European football by England and Poland will be the two teams competing for the top spot of Group I. Currently, England are leading the group with 6 points after 2 wins. Behind is Poland with 4 points including 1 win and 1 draw.
This match England will be kicked at home, although they are not allowed to be subjective before a very stubborn Poland. However, with a group of players including top stars like Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane or Mason Mount, 3 points against Poland in the next match will certainly not be a goal too far out of reach of teachers and students. Coach Gareth Southgate.
On the other side of the front line, the Polish team came back strong with a 3-0 victory over Andorra, but that is still not enough if Poland wants to get a good result against the Three Lions. They do not have the best squad when captain Robert Lewandowski is injured and certainly cannot participate in the next match, the strength of the Polish team will be significantly reduced.
England vs Poland recent form
Indeed, to beat England at home is very difficult for Poland. In addition to a sharp attack with a strong star lineup, the Three Lions defense played very firmly when keeping a clean sheet in the last 7/10 matches in all arenas. In the World Cup qualifiers alone, England kept a clean sheet in both matches.
According to the house odds, the Polish team is worrying fans with an erratic series of achievements (2 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses) after the last 5 matches in all competitions. Poland’s attack is relatively stable with 17 goals in the last 10 matches.
Meanwhile, the defense constantly made forgettable mistakes and conceded 10 times. If they can’t improve their defensive kick, the Polish team may continue to lose in the encounter with England.