England vs Poland FREE: Live stream, TV channel, teams and kick-off time for TONIGHT'S World Cup 2022 qualifying

ENGLAND take on Poland in their final World Cup qualifier of the international break.

The Three Lions have been flawless so far, scoring a combined seven goals and conceding none in two wins over San Marino and Albania.

What time does England vs Poland kick-off?

  • England's clash with Poland will get underway from 7.45pm UK time on Wednesday, March 31.
  • The game will take place at Wembley Stadium in London.
  • There will be no fans in the stadium because of coronavirus restrictions.

What channel is England vs Poland on and can it be live streamed?

  • England's game with Poland will be shown live on ITV 1.
  • You can live stream the action from the ITV Hub, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.

Can I watch for FREE?

  • Yes, the game is available to watch FREE on ITV1 and on the ITV Hub.

Team news

Poland XI: Szczesny; Helik, Glik, Bednarek; Bereszynski, Krychowiak, Moder, Rybus; Zielinski; Swiderski, Piatek.

Odds

  • England – 2/9
  • Draw – 9/2
  • Poland – 9/1

*Odds courtesy of Paddy Power and correct at time of publication.

  • Joshua Mbu

    POLAND BENCH

    22 Fabianski, 12 Niemczycki, 6 Augustyniak, 4 Dawidowicz, 11 Grosicki, 21 Jozwiak, 8 Kozłowski, 2 Kowalczyk, 7 Milik, 17 Płacheta, 3 Reca, 19 Szymański.

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    POLAND XI

    1 Szczesny; 14 Helik, 15 Glik (c), 5 Bednarek; 18 Bereszynski, 10 Krychowiak, 16 Moder, 13 Rybus; 20 Zielinski; 9 Swiderski, 23 Piatek.

  • Joshua Mbu

    POLAND'S TEAMSHEET IS IN!

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    HARD TO BEAT

    England have lost just one of their last 49 World Cup/EURO qualifying matches, losing 1-2 against Czech Republic in October 2019.

    At home, the Three Lions are unbeaten in 29 qualifiers (W26 D3), winning each of their last 19.

    Declan Rice picked up the Man of the Match award for his standout display against Albania at the weekendCredit: Getty Images
  • Joshua Mbu

    THREE LIONS BENCH

    12 Trippier, 13 Henderson, 14 Lingard, 15 Coady, 16 James, 17 Dier, 18 Calvert-Lewin, 19 Mings, 20 Shaw, 21 Watkins, 22 Johnstone, 23 Bellingham.

  • Joshua Mbu

    ENGLAND XI

    1 Pope; 2 Walker, 5 Stones, 6 Maguire, 3 Chilwell; 4 Rice, 8 Phillips; 7 Foden, 11 Mount, 10 Sterling; 9 Kane (c).

  • Joshua Mbu

    ENGLAND'S TEAMSHEET IS IN!

  • Joshua Mbu

    TABLE CHECK

    England have got off to a flying start in their World Cup qualifying group!

    Gareth Southgate's men are two points clear of both Poland and Hungary and a win tonight could extend their lead at the top.

    Poland are regarded as England's biggest threat.

  • Joshua Mbu

    QUALIFYING REGULARS

    This is the seventh World Cup group stage qualification campaign to see England face Poland, the most of two nations in the history of European World Cup qualifying.

    England have faced Poland in two of the three campaigns they’ve failed to qualify from, for the 1974 and 1994 World Cups.

  • Joshua Mbu

    HEAD-TO-HEAD

    England have lost just one of their 19 matches against Poland (W11 D7), losing 2-0 in a World Cup qualifier in June 1973 in Chorzów.

    England have won their last seven home matches against Poland, a run stretching back to 1989.

    The Three Lions last failed to win at home against the Poles back in 1973, drawing 1-1 in a World Cup qualifier, a result that saw England fail to reach the 1974 World Cup.

    Credit: Getty Images
  • Joshua Mbu

    GOOD EVENING

    And welcome to the live blog for England vs Poland!

    Gareth Southgate's Three Lions welcome Poland to Wembley with the visitors missing key man Robert Lewandowski.

    England have been flawless so far in their bid to qualify for next year's Qatar World Cup.

    The Three Lions have managed to score seven in two games against San Marino and Albania, keeping clean sheets in both games.

    A win tonight will take England five points clear of their main threat, Poland, rounding off a good international break ahead of this summers Euros.

    In terms of team news, James Ward-Prowse misses out for England.

    Luke Shaw is set to keep his place after providing a brilliant assist for captain Harry Kane's goal against Albania.

    And Mason Mount is set to keep his place after impressing in both qualifying games.

    As for Poland, they'll be without arguably the best No9 in the world, Robert Lewandowski.

    The Bayern Munich forward has scored 42 goals already this season with 35 of those coming in the Bundesliga.

    The full team news is due to be released in half an hour so don't go anywhere!

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