Wales host Poland on Sunday night looking for a momentous victory which would see them avoid relegation from League A of the Nations League.
The Dragons have only picked up one point from their five games so far, but three points against Robert Lewandowski and co would keep them up and relegate their rivals.
It is also Wales' last scheduled game before the World Cup in Qatar this winter.
Where are Wales vs Poland of Ireland playing?
- Location: Cardiff, Wales
- Stadium: Cardiff City Stadium
- Date: Sunday 25 September 2022
- Kick-off Time: 19:45 BST / 14:45 EST / 11:45 PST
- VAR: Paolo Valeri (ITA)
- Referee: Andris Treimanis (LVA)
Where you can watch Wales vs Poland on TV in UK, US, Canada?
- UK: Premier Sports
- US: ViX, fuboTV
- Canada: DAZN
Where can you watch Wales vs Poland highlights in UK, US, Canada?
- UK: Sky Sports Football YouTube channel
- USA: Wales National Team YouTube channel
- Canada: DAZN Canada YouTube channel
Wales vs Poland H2H results (Last 5 Games)
- Wales: 0 Win
- Poland: 5 Wins
- Draws: 0
Current Form (Last Five Games)
- Wales: LLDLW
- Poland: LLDLW
Wales team news
Gareth Bale came on just after an hour is Wales' defeat to Belgium and is expected to feature from the outset on Sunday.
Chris Mepham and Ethan Ampadu are both suspended, leaving Ben Cabango and Joe Morrell to start instead.
Wales predicted lineup vs Poland
Wales Starting 11 (3-4-3): Hennessey; Cabango, Rodon, Norrington-Davies; C. Roberts, Morrell, Smith, N. Williams; James, Moore, Bale.
Bench: Ward, Gunter, J. Williams, King, M. Harris, Thomas, Levitt, L. Harris, T. Roberts, Johnson, Matondo.
Poland team news
Manager Czeslaw Michniewicz has a fully fit squad available with Szymon Zurkowski back in the fold after serving a suspension.
Barcelona striker Robert Lewandowski is the major threat up front and he is ably supported by Napoli's Piotr Zielinski.
Poland predicted lineup vs Wales
Poland Starting 11 (3-4-3): Szczesny; Bednarek, Glik, Kiwior; Frankowski, Krychowiak, Linetty, Zalewski; Szymanski, Lewandowski, Zielinski.
Bench: Skorupski, Legowski,, Milik, Bereszynski, Klich, Grosicki, Dragowski, Wieteska, Gumny, Piatek, Swidersk, Zurkowski.
Wales vs Poland prediction
Wales are pretty fortunate to still be in with a shout of avoiding relegation at this stage, though it'll be fully deserved if they do emerge victorious in Cardiff.
However, how the hosts deal with Lewandowski will have a major say in the final outcome, where Wales may not quite do enough to stay in League A.