Wales v Poland Nations League kick off time, TV channel, news

Sunday’s game in Cardiff gives Wales and Poland one last competitive game before the start of the World Cup in Qatar this winter.

Both countries qualified for the tournament through play-offs earlier in the year, but looking at their respective groups, they’ll feel reaching the knockout stages is a real possibility – and beyond that, well, everything can happen.

Breaking out of the group will require them to arrive in Qatar as prepared as possible and that is why it is vital that they make the most of this weekend’s competition.

Whether it’s giving fringe players a chance to impress, testing formation tweaks or building relationships on the pitch, the work done on Sunday could pay off in a few months.

Karol Swiderski’s late goal secured all three points for Poland in the second leg in June, which was the opener of Nations League Group A4, but Robert Page and his team-mates will be fully confident that they can cap their Nations League campaign with victory – especially on home soil. has gathered everything you need to know about how to watch Wales v Poland on TV and online.

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When is Wales vs Poland?

Wales v Poland will be held on sunday 25 September 2022.

Check our guide to live football on TV for the latest times and information.

What time is kick-off?

Wales v Poland will start at 7:45pm.

There are plenty of other Nations League matches this week, including England v Germany.

What TV channel is Wales v Poland on?

The match will be televised on S4C from 7.15pm and on Premier Sports 1 from 7.35pm.

How to stream Wales vs Poland live online

Premier Sports subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the Premier Player website or app.

Wales v Poland team news

Wales predicted XI: Hennessey; Mepham, Rodon, Davies; Roberts, Morrell, Levitt, Thomas; James, Moore, ball

Poland predicted XI: Szczesny; Bereszynski, Glik, Bednarek, Reca; Krychowiak, Linetty; Frankowski, Zielinski, Zalewski; Lewandowski

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Wales v Poland Odds

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bet365 odds: Wales (8/5) Draw (9/4) Poland (7/5)*

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Our prediction: Wales – Poland

It will be interesting to see how the two managers approach Sunday’s game – are they looking to try something different or give their first-choice XI one last chance to play together before the tournament itself?

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You imagine it will probably be somewhere in between, with the protection of their main players also on their minds.

Playing against a truly world-class striker in Robert Lewandowski should be great preparation for Wales’ backline ahead of the World Cup, but the same can be said for defending their opponents and Gareth Bale.

The visitors claimed a narrow victory in June, but playing this one in Cardiff means the scales should be tipped slightly the other way.

Our prediction: Wales 1-1 Poland (11/2 at bet365)

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Tanya J. Hill