Poland vs England LIVE: Stream FREE, score, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for TONIGHT'S World Cup qualifier

ENGLAND take on Poland in their third and final World Cup qualifier of the international break this week TONIGHT.

The Three Lions are coming off two 4-0 wins wins over Hungary and Andorra, with Gareth Southgate's side continuing their fine form from Euro 2020.


A win for England would see them pick up their sixth consecutive win in qualifying, putting them on the cusp of qualification for Qatar 2022.

What time does Poland vs England kick-off?

  • England's clash with Poland will get underway from 7.45pm UK time on Wednesday, September 8.
  • The game will take place at PGE Narodowy Stadium in Warsaw, Poland.
  • There will be a full capacity crowd in attendance to watch the match.

What channel is it and can it be live streamed?

  • England vs Poland will be shown live on ITV 1 from 7pm.
  • You can live stream the action from the ITV Hub, which is available for download onto your mobile device or tablet.

Can I watch for FREE?

  • Yes, the game is available to watch for FREE on ITV 1.
  • You can also catch the action on the ITV Hub.

Team news

Jadon Sancho is not in the squad after having to withdraw with an injury but Raheem Sterling and Jack Grealish should get back their places in the starting XI for England.

Tyrone Mings is suspended from the game but John Stones and Harry Maguire are likely to play together at the back anyway.

Harry Kane would lead the line for the Three Lions.

Jan Bednarek and Kamil Glik are back in contention to play for Poland.


  • Poland to win – 5/1
  • Draw – 27/10
  • England to win – 13/20

*Odds courtesy of Betfair and correct at time of publication.

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    England lead the way in Group I with a maximum 15 points from their opening five games.

    The group winners will qualify automatically for the 2022 World Cup, due to begin in Qatar next November. The runners-up will go into a round of play-offs.

    There are three matches in total this evening, each getting underway at 7.45pm.

    • Albania v San Marino
    • Hungary v Andorra
    • Poland v England


    It’s the final round of World Cup qualifying games for this international break, and we’re at the PGE Narodowy for live coverage of England’s match with Poland.

    Back-to-back 4-0 wins have gone some way to healing the heartbreak of the Euros and have left the Three Lions in pole position in Group I – but the Poles that await this evening will be the toughest test yet for Gareth Southgate’s men.

    England squeezed past the White and Reds at Wembley in March thanks to a late Harry Maguire winner, but the visitors that night were without their talismanic striker, Robert Lewandowski.

    Now, the Bayern Munich hitman is back and doing what he does best: bagging goals for fun; he’s opened the scoring in each of Poland’s wins against Albania and San Marino in the past six days.

    The 33-year-old is sure to keep the English defence on their toes, as may a newcomer to the international scene. Adam Buksa netted a hat-trick as a second half substitute in Sunday’s success in Serravalle to make it four goals from his first two caps.

    The group leaders should at least be well-rested for the trip to the Polish capital, having enjoyed the luxury of being able to make 11 changes for the weekend thumping of Andorra.

    Jesse Lingard and Bukayo Saka staked claims for keeping their places with eye-catching displays but, otherwise, England’s head coach is expected to revert to the side that won so convincingly in Hungary on Thursday.

    Another England victory will leave them with one foot on the plane to Qatar 2022, and help to boost Southgate’s bargaining position as contract talks with the FA over his role continue.

    Stay with us for all the build-up ahead of tonight’s 7.45pm kick-off including the all-important team news that is due shortly.

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