This Saturday, June 10, 2017 (11:45 AM Pacific) Poland will host Romania at the National Stadium Warsaw in a UEFA World Cup qualifier match. Both teams are in Group E, a very contested group in the competition and will be looking to obtain the three points from the encounter.
Poland has been dominating this qualifying stage, currently topping Group E with 13 points and a goal differential of six. The Central European side is coming off a 2-1 victory against Montenegro, Poland also dominated Romania the last time they faced each other, getting a 3-0 win. Adam Nawalka does count with a plethora of talent on his squad, the most notable name being the captain, Robert Lewandowski. The Bayern Munich man has eight goals in five games, so far in these World Cup qualifiers and will be looking to add to that impressive sum in this game. Poland should be able to win this encounter, especially with the home-field advantage.
Romania is in an intense battle for the second-place spot in Group E, currently in fourth with six points, only a point behind Montenegro in second. The southeastern European side is coming off a hard-fought 0-0 draw to Denmark and had a tough 3-0 loss against Poland before that fixture. A majority of the squad does play domestically in Romania but there are a few interesting players who play abroad like Costel Pantilimon of Watford, Florin Gardos of Southampton and Florin Andone of Deportivo La Coruna. The match should be an intriguing affair with both teams motivated to obtain the three points and move a step forward towards the 2018 World Cup.
How to Watch Poland vs Romania
The Poland vs Romania match will be broadcast this Saturday, June 10 at 11:45 AM Pacific:
TV Schedule: Fox Soccer Plus
Watch Live Online: Fubo TV (Watch 7 Days Free)