Mexico vs Poland lineups: Starting XIs, confirmed team news and injury latest for World Cup 2022 today

Mexico vs Poland lineups: Starting XIs, confirmed team news and injury latest for World Cup 2022 today

Mexico are without Raul Jimenez for today’s World Cup opener against Poland.

The Wolves striker played 45 minutes in a warm-up friendly against Sweden as he continues his comeback from a groin injury.

Henry Martin starts up front in his absence with Alexis Vega and Hirving Lozano completing the attack in a 4-3-3 setup.

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Jesus ‘Tecatito’ Corona is out of the World Cup through injury.

Poland head to Qatar without Adam Buksa as the Lens forward prepares to undergo surgery.

A 4-2-3-1 formation has been chosen with Robert Lewandowski up front. Aston Villa’s Matty Cash starts at full-back.

Cash’s club teammate Jan Bednarek is only picked for the bench at Stadium 974 for this intriguing clash.

Mexico XI: Ochoa; Sanchez, Moreno, Montes, Jesus Gallardo; Alvarez, Herrera, Chavez; Lozano, Martin, Vega.

Poland XI: Szczesny; Cash, Glik, Kiwior, Berezynski; Kaminski, Krychowiak; Szymanski, Zielinski, Zalewski; Lewandowski.