UPDATE: After the washout in Warsaw on Tuesday night – this game will be played at 16.00 UK time on Wednesday and is available to watch via the links below.
Here we go again. Poland versus England. A staple of World Cup or European Championship qualification. And now it’s Roy Hodgson’s objective to avoid being the first England manager since Sir Alf Ramsey lost in Chorzow back in 1973 with a team captained by the great Bobby Moore.
So how can you watch the match on our live video streaming service?
Bet365 are showing Poland v England live, legal and straight onto your computer via 101 Great Goals. Simply click on this link or the Live Streaming tab above and follow the simple step-by-step instructions to watch.
NOTE: Be aware that Bet365 have some geographical restrictions on this broadcast, whilst those without a Bet365 account will need to deposit money in an account to watch the match.
This game is not available in Canada, Spain, Andorra, Germany, Carribbean, Moldova, Middle East, Sub-Saharan Africa, Poland, UK, Ireland and USA but can be watched everywhere else.
Poland have claimed a 2-2 draw in Montenegro and a 2-0 home win over Moldova in their opening two games of World Cup qualification, and with a team packed with now well-known talents, the Euro 2012 hosts can have some confidence of giving the English a real test on Wednesday (4pm UK time).
All eyes will be locked on Poland striker Robert Lewandowski. The Borussia Dortmund attacker has 15 goals in 47 internationals, however he’ll be without his club partner Jakub Błaszczykowski who is out of the match with injury.
Poland’s midfielder nevertheless still retains a punch. Grzegorz Krychowiak has been one of the standout Ligue 1 players of the year with Stade Reins, and the holding midfielder should collect his third cap in Warsaw. Alongside Ludovic Obraniak will bring the attacking threat, while Eugen Polanski is also eager to move the play forward with the ball at his feet.
Right back Lukasz Piszczek is another attacking option for Waldemar Fornalik, but the defender should have his own headaches to contend with over the 90 minutes with Ashley Cole and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain possibly haring down his flank.
Theo Walcott, Frank Lampard and Ryan Bertrand have all checked out of the England picture with injuries/illness, but the Three Lions will be confident of absorbing their losses with the players that remain in the squad.
Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck should continue to lead the attack, whilst Andy Carroll is a fine option off the bench. Michael Carrick is a shoo-in to start in midfield, and with Steven Gerrard and Glen Johnson back from suspension, Joleon Lescott, James Milner and Jermain Defoe no longer excused as they are one match away from a ban, England will hope to be all guns blazing at kick off.