Latest Poland v Scoland live streaming to watch online, plus team news and match preview from the game at The National Stadium, Warsaw tonight (KO 19:45).
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The clash gives Gordon Strachan will get an early chance to assess Scotland’s European qualifying rivals Poland, with the sides meeting in Warsaw tonight.
The two sides, along with Germany, Georgia and Gibraltar were all drawn together in Group D.
Both sides are focuses on reaching the European Championship after missing out on a trip to Brazil. Scotland finished fourth in their group, with 2 draws and four defeats in their opening six games ultimately costing them dearly.
The Scots responded in strong fashion however with the appointment of Strachan, in for the Craig Levine, leading to an upturn in fortune and more importantly a good finish to the group, as they beat Croatia (twice) and Macedonia in their final four games, a loss to group winners Belgium the only blot on the copybook.
Poland are in also decent form heading into the game having lost just three of their last 12 in all competitions. Two of those defeats came in their final FIFA World Cup 2014 qualifiers however any hopes they had of reaching Brazil, Adam Nawalka’s side eventually finishing fourth behind England, Ukraine and Montenegro.
Strachan had some mixed news heading into game as it was confirmed that he will have to make do without Blackburn defender Grant Hanley and Norwich winger Robert Snodgrass for the friendly with Poland.
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths comes into the squad and will hope to win his fifth cap following his hat-trick against Inverness last weekend.
The good news came in the return of Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher. The 30-year-old last appeared for his national side in November 2012 and he will keen to make up for lost time as he prepares to win his 62nd cap on Wednesday.
The return of Fletcher is a real boost to the Scottish and his experience will be crucial for the upcoming European qualifiers with fellow midfielder Scot Brown admitting “it’s going to help us [Scotland] push for that second or third spot.”
Poland meanwhile will be without a few stars of their own with Jakub Blaszczykowski, Jakub Wawrzyniak, Adrian Mierzejewski, Adam Matuszczyk and Pawel Brozek all out.