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How to watch Group H's match between Poland and Colombia

June 23, 2018 By Oscar Rojas
Both teams were considered favorites to win this group, but now they can't afford to lose or they will be eliminated from the competition.

Poland and Colombia lock horns in what could become a do-or-die game for each side. The European team and Los Cafeteros failed in their first outings during the ongoing World Cup, dropping three points apiece against Senegal and Japan, respectively.

The Polish squad seemed to be on another planet, leaving a disappointing impression those who considered them a favorite to win the group. Krychowiak's goal keeps them with their hopes up, but if they don't correct some problems in the lower half, and manage to get Robert Lewandowski involved in the team's attack, they might be forced to pack their bags sooner than expected.

As for the South American team, Pekerman's men weren't able to show their dominance just like they did four years ago. Being down to ten men for almost the entire game might have had something to do with their poor performance, but if James Rodriguez is limited once again to a cameo role, it will be up to Radamel Falcao García to lead this team in a match that could be more complicated than initially expected.

Standings - Group H

Match facts - Poland vs Colombia

  • This will be the ninth game between Poland anc Colombia. Five of their previous eight meetings have ended with a win for Los Cafeteros, adding three draws to the overall tally. 

  • Colombia has never qualified to the KO stage of a World Cup in which they lost their opening game. Their record in 1962, 1994 and 1998 speaks for itself, since they were not able to make it past the group stage in those editions of the World Cup. 

  • Poland has played seven games against CONMEBOL sides in their FIFA World Cup appearances. They've won three of those games, losing the remaining four.

  • Poland's last game against a South American side in a World Cup ended in a 2-0 loss to Ecuardo back in 2006.  


Poland: Injuries - none. Suspensions - none.

Colombia: Injuries - none. Suspensions - Carlos Sánchez.

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