This friendly match pitches two teams who just played their UEFA Nations League games with different degrees of success, as Poland looks to build on their good start, while Ireland looks to forget their shocking start.
The Polish national team nearly knicked a win against Italy last week after they took a first-half lead through the in-form Piotr Zielinski, however, Jorginho scored a second-half penalty to help the Azzurri earn a 1-1 draw.
Poland would be looking to rest their star men for this game and test the many exciting young prospects they have named for this international break.
The Republic of Ireland started their Euro Nations League campaign in the worst possible start after they were beaten 4-1 by Wales in their first game, and Martin O’Neil would now be looking to give the British nation’s fans something to smile about in this game.
Ireland seems to have a really poor pool of talent at the moment especially in their attack, and that has made it difficult for them to play an exciting brand of football. Defensively they have been good, but conceding 9 goals in just two games against Denmark and Wales means that Poland can also pick them apart in this game.
These two sides last met during the qualifying campaign for Euro 2016, with Poland winning this fixture 2-1.