Poland will host Netherlands on Thursday night in their League A: Group 4 encounter hoping to inflict their first loss in the competition.
The hosts have won only 4 of their last 10 international home matches, the Dutch are unbeaten in each of their last 7 on the road in all competitions.
The reverse fixture on June 11 ended in a pulsating 2-2 draw and this game has the potential to be another cracker.
A victory for Poland will secure their survival in League A and would see them match their points tally from the last campaign with a game to spare.
Netherlands are currently enjoying a 13-game unbeaten run, dating back to June last year when they lost 2-0 to Czech Republic in the knockout rounds of Euro 2020.
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What time is Poland vs Netherlands?
The game kicks off at 9:45pm Kenyan time at the National Stadium in Warsaw.
Poland vs Netherlands team news
Bartosz Bereszynski is expected to start at right back in place of the injured Matty Cash.
Karol Linetty is also set to replace the injured Jacek Goralski in centre-midfield alongside Przemyslaw Frankowski and Nicola Zalewski.
Barcelona forward Robert Lewandowski will lead the attacking line for the home team.
For the visitors, PSV Eindhoven star Cody Gakpo will move into the front two alongside Memphis Depay.
Virgil van Dijk is expected to start at the centre of a back three, with Matthijs de Ligt and Stefan de Vrij the other two in the back line.
Poland vs Netherlands head to head
The hosts have never won a game against their opponents.
Netherlands have won 4 times and the recent 2-2 stalemate was the only one in their history.
Poland vs Netherlands current form
The hosts have won twice, lost twice and drawn one in their last 5 games while the Dutch are unbeaten and have won 3 times.
Poland vs Netherlands prediction
Goals are expected in this game from both teams but Poland may just upset their opponents and inflict their first defeat.