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Poland vs Bosnia and Herzegovina Nations League preview: where to watch, team news

Poland face Bosnia and Herzegovina in UEFA Nations League Group A1 – all you need to know.

Edin Džeko in training on Tuesday
Edin Džeko in training on Tuesday AFP via Getty Images

Poland play Bosnia and Herzegovina in UEFA Nations League Group A1 in Wroclaw on Wednesday 14 October at 20:45 CET.

Poland vs Bosnia and Herzegovina: live build-up

Where to watch the game on TV

Fans can find their local UEFA Nations League broadcast partner(s) here

As they stand

Highlights: Bosnia and Herzegovina 1-2 Poland

• Poland are unbeaten in seven home games (W5 D2) following their first home fixture in League A Group 1, Sunday's 0-0 draw against Italy.

• The Bosnians are two points adrift at the bottom of the group, but have taken points off both Italy and the Netherlands. Edin Džeko's next international goal will be his 60th.

Previous meetings

• Poland came from behind to win 2-1 against Bosnia and Herzegovina in September, in the sides’ first competitive meeting; Kamil Glik captained the Poles in Robert Lewandowski’s absence, and scored.

• Poland also had the better of the countries' previous games: W1 D1 in a pair of friendlies in Antalya, Turkey. The Bosnians are thus pursuing their first win against Poland in the teams’ fourth encounter.

What the coaches say

Highlights: Poland 0-0 Italy

Jerzy Brzęczek, Poland coach: "We are up against a side that make life uncomfortable. We managed to beat them away, but this is a new challenge. We expect them to put out their strongest side. After losing in the EURO play-offs, their match against the Netherlands will have been tough for them, but they didn’t concede, which shows their mental strength."

Dušan Bajević, Bosnia and Herzegovina coach: "The two points we have won in the Nations League are worth a lot to us and now we are going to Poland to win, because we do not want to be last in this group. This country has great players and some younger ones confirmed that [in Sunday's 0-0 draw with the Netherlands]. Some will play against Poland. For various reasons, we are not doing well on a physical level, but the players are doing their best."

Next up

15/11: Netherlands vs Bosnia and Herzegovina
: Italy vs Poland