Poland vs Wales: Nations League prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news and h2h results

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Wales begin their latest Nations League campaign with a tough trip to Poland this evening.

It’s a tricky group for the two countries, alongside Belgium and the Netherlands, and this marks the start of a crazy period of scheduling for Wales in which they play five matches in less than two weeks.

Their focus is likely not to be on this encounter, with a World Cup play-off final to come on Sunday in Cardiff against either Scotland or Ukraine. The winner of that match will book their place in Qatar at the end of the year and go into Group B with England, Iran and the USA.

Before that though they have a trip to face Poland, who will be targeting this match ahead of games against the higher-ranked sides in the group.

Here are all the details for tonight’s game...

Date, kick-off time and venue

Poland vs Wales is scheduled for a 5pm BST kick-off time today, Wednesday June 1, 2022.

The Tarczynski Arena in Wroclaw will host the match.

Where to watch Poland vs Wales

TV channel: Poland vs Wales will be shown live on Premier Sports 1. It currently costs £9.99 for a monthly subscription. Viewers in Wales will be able to watch live on S4C, meanwhile.

Live stream: Premier Sports subscribers will be able to watch the game via the Premier Player on mobile and tablet devices.


Poland vs Wales team news

Poland XI: Grabara, Bereszynski, Glik, Bednarek, Puchacz, Klich, Krychowiak, Goralski, Zielinski, Lewandowski, Buksa

Subs: Skorupski, Dragowski, Kaminski, Wieteska, Kedziora, Zurkowski, Grosicki, Pestka, Swiderski, Szymanski, Zalewski, Piatek

Wales XI: Ward, Gunter, Mepham, Norrington-Davies, Levitt, Smith, Morell, J.Williams, Burns, Moore, James

Subs: Hennessey, A. Davies, N. Williams, Denham, Rodon, Wilson, Thomas, Matondo, C. Roberts, Ampadu, Harris

Poland vs Wales prediction

It’s questionable how important the Nations League is at the best of times but for Wales this week it is very much not the priority.

Rob Page will likely use this match as little more than a warm-up for Sunday’s main event as Wales return to Cardiff to play for a spot at the World Cup.

Poland have lost just one of their last nine matches, a run that includes a draw against England, and they should be able to take advantage of the visitors having one eye elsewhere.

Poland to win, 2-0.

Head to head (h2) history and results

Poland wins: 5

Draws: 2

Wales wins: 1

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