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++>[Here's Way To Watch] Poland vs Wales Live Stream Free TV Channel 26 March 2024

Wales vs Poland live stream: How to watch Euro 2024 playoff final online and on TV. Wales and Poland will face off at Cardiff City Stadium on Tuesday in the final of qualifying playoff Path A, with a place in Euro 2024 Group D up for grabs.


Today's Wales vs Poland live stream is a winner-takes-all affair, with a spot in Euro 2024 Group D up for grabs at Cardiff City Stadium. The stakes are sky-high for this playoff final clash but confidence levels are too, so we should be in store for a cracker.

Wales vs Poland live stream, Date, Time, Channels

The Wales vs Poland live streams takes place today (Tuesday, March 26).

Time: 7:45 p.m. GMT / 3:45 p.m. ET / 12:45 p.m. PT / 6:45 a.m. AEDT (Mar. 27)

FREE — S4C (U.K.)

U.S. — FS1 via Sling / ViX

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Wales' 4-1 hammering of Finland was quite simply the finest performance of Rob Page's tenure. Poland went one better in their 5-1 thrashing of Estonia, though it's worth noting that four of those goals arrived after the world's 123rd-ranked national team had been reduced to 10 men.

The Eagles remain unbeaten under Michal Probierz, though with Robert Lewandowski beginning to show his age they've become increasingly reliant on long-range sighters.

From David Brooks to Harry Wilson and Brennan Johnson, Wales' squad is rich with attacking talent, though their backline is a concern. It parted like the Red Sea on numerous occasions, and inside the box Lewandowski remains a high-grade predator.

After falling just short of an automatic qualifying spot in the group stage, these two sides were left to compete for one of the final spots via their finish in League A of the UEFA Nations League. Rob Page's men booked their ticket to the showpiece by smacking Finland 4-1 in their semi-final showdown.

Wales' visitors Poland need no lessons in attacking supremacy either, as they made light work of Estonia, smashing the Balkan outfit 5-1 in their most recent tie.

Welsh boss Rob Page made two changes to his team against Finland, with Luton captain Tom Lockyer, whose football career remains uncertain after he suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch in December, replaced in defence by Chris Mepham, and David Brooks joining Harry Wilson and Brennan Johnson in attack, with the likes of Kieffer More and Dan James on the bench.

Joe Low, Ben Cabango, and Wes Burns were all forced to withdraw from the squad before the last game, while Cardiff City playmaker Aaron Ramsey wasn't risked amid consistent fitness problems.

Wales possible XI: Ward; Davies, Mepham, Rodon; Roberts, Ampadu, J. James, Williams; Brooks, Wilson; Johnson

Poland were without the services of Juventus target-man Arkadiusz Milik against Estonia due to a muscle injury, with Karol Swiderski joining Robert Lewandowski up top instead.

Aston Villa full-back Matty Cash will be unable to make this game after picking up a hamstring injury on Thursday night.

Poland possible XI: Szczesny; Kiwior, Bednarek, Dawidowicz; Bereszynski, Zielinski, Slisz, Piotrowski, Zalewski; Swiderski, Lewandowski

Both sides stormed through their playoff semifinals last week as Wales secured a 4-1 home win over Finland and Poland hammered Estonia 5-1 in Warsaw. The prize on offer for both teams is a spot at Euro 2024 this summer, and the contest must be settled on the night, with the nervous possibility of extra-time and penalties in the event of a draw.

Rob Page has not flagged up any fresh injury concerns following the win over Finland and the hosts could stick with an unchanged starting XI. Tottenham striker Brennan Johnson is set to lead the attack after scoring last week.

Poland will be without Aston Villa full-back Matty Cash after he was forced to pull out of the camp due to injury. Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Jakub Moder could start with Barcelona hitman Robert Lewandowski the danger man in attack.

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