Poland’s performance in the Euros is difficult to predict due to their recent change in managers.
Paulo Sousa came in for Jerzy Brzeczek ahead of the World Cup qualifiers in March where they produced a 3-3 draw against Hungary and a 2-1 defeat to England.
This makes their group even more interesting in what is already a tight affair as Poland will take on Slovakia, Spain and Sweden.
Sousa’s team will start their Group E campaign against Slovakia later this afternoon.
Forwards Krzysztof Piątek and Arkadiusz Milik are injured and so won’t be available for the match but Poland will be hoping their captain Robert Lewandowski will be enough fire power after his historic goalscoring exploits with Bayern Munich this season.
Here is all you need to know about the match.
What time is the match?
The game will kick-off 5pm on Monday, June 14.
Where can I watch?
The match will be shown on ITV and coverage will start at 4.15pm. There will be a live stream via the ITV Hub.
For Poland, they are without Krzysztof Piątek and Arkadiusz Milik through injury.
And for Slovakia, Marek Hamšík’s fitness is questionable due to injury but he is set to feature in the match.
Poland: Szczęsny; Piątkowski, Glik, Bednarek, Bereszyński; Krychowiak, Klich, Zieliński, Puchacz; Jóźwiak, Lewandowski
Slovakia: Dúbravka; Pekarík, Šatka, Škriniar, Hubočan; Kucka, Hromada; Haraslín, Hamšík, Mak; Duda
Poland – 3/4
Draw – 21/10
Slovakia – 9/2
If Lewandowski is on form Poland should bag the win over Slovakia to kickstart their campaign perfectly. The score won’t be high but Poland will happily take the victory. Poland 2-0 Slovakia.