The highest-scoring side at the midway point in UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying, Poland will look to keep the goals flowing as they welcome Georgia in Group D.
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Poland will maintain their place at the top of UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying Group D if they secure a second victory against Georgia.
• Kamil Glik, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Sebastian Mila and Arkadiusz Milik registered as Poland beat Georgia 4-0 in Tbilisi in November. After the match, Temuri Ketsbaia confirmed his resignation as coach.
• Poland's record in four games against Georgia is W3 D0 L1.
• Their only competitive encounters prior to this campaign were in 1998 FIFA World Cup qualifying; Ketsbaia and current Georgia coach Kakhaber Tskhadadze featured in a 4-1 defeat in Poland, but both scored in the return leg as Georgia won 3-0 in Tbilisi.
• Poland remain unbeaten in Group D (W3 D2), and have not lost in four competitive home fixtures (W2 D2) since a 3-1 loss to Ukraine in 2014 World Cup qualifying.
• Georgia have lost all but one of their Group D games to date – the exception being a 3-0 win in Gibraltar back in October. They have not scored in two competitive matches since.
Trivia and links
• Poland reached the halfway point as the European Qualifiers' top scorers with 16 goals: an average of 3.2 per game.
• Georgia forward Bachana Tskhadadze is coach Kakhaber Tskhadadze's son.
• The 12 meetings of the nations' clubs in UEFA competition have produced eight Polish wins and four Georgian victories.