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POLAND and Russia go head-to-head as the two rivals prepare for Euro 2020.
The Poles were last in action back in March when they lost 2-1 to England, while Russia have won just two of their last nine internationals.
The two countries clash at the Municipal Stadium as they prepare for Euro 2020.
Both will be confident of getting out of the group stages of the Euros this summer.
But both are in some poor form, with both losing three out of their last five fixtures.
And worse case, if they don’t finish in the top two of the groups – they can qualify for the knockout rounds as one of the best 3rd placed teams.
In terms of team news, Poland have received a massive, massive boost with Robert Lewandowski completing the final three fixtures of the season for Bayern Munich.
Mateusz Klich could start for the home side, after playing a key role in Leeds’ successful first season back in the top fight of English football.
Napoli’s Piotr Zielinski could also be in contention to start after a successful campaign in Italy.
As for Russia, skipper Artem Dzyuba is set to start and he has netted four goals in his last three games.
What time does Poland vs Russia kick off?
- This international friendly is being held on Tuesday, June 1.
- Kick-off is at 7.45pm BST.
- When the nations last met, they drew 1-1 at Euro 2012.
What TV channel is Poland vs Russia on and can I live stream it?
You can catch the game live on Sky Sports Main Event.
Coverage starts fifteen minutes before kick-off at 7.30pm.
Sky customers can use Sky Go to stream, while non-subscribers are able to watch by purchasing a NOW TV pass from £9.99.
Poland v Russia line-ups:
22 Fabianski, 4 Kedziora, 25 Helik,2 Piatkowski, 26 Puchacz, 10 Krychowiak (c), 14 Klich, 19 Frankowski, 11 Swederski, 23 Kownacki, 24 Świerczok.
Here’s Russia’s line-up!
1 Shunin, 5 Semenov, 4 Dzhikiya, 13 Kudryashov, 4 Karavaev, 7 Ozdoev, 11 Zobnin, 23 Kuzyaev, 17 Golovkin, 5 Miranchuk, 22 Dzyuba.