Is Poland vs Wales on TV? Channel, live stream free, kick-off time and team news for TODAY'S UEFA Nations League clash

WALES visit Poland TODAY for their first UEFA Nations League clash of the international break.

Gareth Bale and Co will have World Cup qualifying duties to complete later this year but will be looking to boost their confidence in the Nations League first.

Poland have already qualified for the World Cup and will use the Nations League as the perfect way to prepare.

But they'll be up against a resolute Dragons side on the first match day next week in Wroclaw.

When is Poland vs Wales?

  • Poland vs Wales will kick off at 5pm UK time TODAY – Wednesday, June 1.
  • The match will be held at the Tarczynski Arena, Wroclaw, Poland.
  • Group A4 consists of Poland, Wales, Netherlands and Belgium.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • Poland vs Wales will be shown live on Premier Sports 1 in the UK.
    It costs £11.99 for a Premier Sports subscription.
  • You can live stream the action from the Premier Player, which is available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.
  • The match will be shown on S4C in Wales.

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Team news

Robert Lewandowski is expected to lead the line for a strong Poland side, despite his future having yet to be decided.

Aston Villa's Matty Cash is also likely to start.

Elsewhere, Gareth Bale didn't feature in Real Madrid's Champions League final over Liverpool on May 28 so he'll be fit and raring to go.

Aaron Ramsey, Dan James and Joe Allen have also had significant rests since the end of their respected seasons.

However, Rob Page will have Wales' crucial play-off at home to Scotland or Ukraine in mind, which will decide whether they qualify for the World Cup.

Latest odds

  • Poland to win 4/6
  • Draw 13/5
  • Wales to win 4/1

*Odds from Betfair correct at time of publication

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