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Polish coach: “Nothing has stuck with that 6-1” | UEFA Nations League 2022/2023

A win, a defeat and a draw. With that balance, the Red Devils will face Poland tonight in the National Stadium in Warsaw, their fourth match in the Nations League. Roberto Martinez can still choose from 24 players, after many Devils dropped out. Follow the match closely here from 8.45 pm or listen to Radio 1.

  1. before, 07h43. Polish coach: “Nothing has stuck with a heavy loss”. After last week’s heavy 6-1 defeat in Brussels, the Poles reacted last weekend with a good point in De Kuip to visit the Netherlands (2-2). Against Belgium they want to close this four-part series on a positive note. “Nothing has stuck with that heavy defeat in Brussels,” said Polish national coach Czeslaw Michniewicz yesterday. “After all, you don’t form a team by always winning matches, but by losing together and crying in the dressing room, like in Belgium. You can learn from that. Afterwards we got up again, with that 2-2 draw in the Netherlands.” Before the arrival of the Belgians, the Polish national coach thinks he will make 1 or 2 changes. “But we are not going to let our cards look too much, because we need the surprise effect against the Belgians. After all, it is a feared team, with the pace they can develop. The fact that they are not at their strongest changes there. Not much to it. They have their system and that doesn’t really change depending on the players.” “Adam Buksa and Krystian Bielik are not ready to play. There are also a few players who suffer from ailments.” Star player Robert Lewandowski, who was given rest against the Netherlands, is expected in the base. †
  2. in advance, 07h42.
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  5. in advance, 6 p.m. 42.
  6. in advance, 15 hours 52. 24 Devils left, question marks about Witsel. National coach Roberto Martinez was allowed to welcome his entire group of 24 Red Devils remaining on Monday morning to the last training session on Belgian soil before the move to Poland on Tuesday evening. Of the original selection of 32 Devils, no fewer than eight have dropped out. Thibaut Courtois and Jason Denayer were injured before the first training session, after Saturday night’s draw against Wales Kevin De Bruyne, Yannick Carrasco and Thomas Meunier were also allowed to start their holiday a few days earlier. On Sunday evening, the names of Dedryck Boyata, Amadou Onana and Romelu Lukaku were also added. This leaves 24 Devils left, while there are also question marks behind the name of Axel Witsel. Club Brugge goalkeeper Senne Lammens was allowed to train again with the A-team, which was visited by Minister of Defense Ludivine Dedonder (PS). Anderlecht defender Zeno Debast, who was allowed to train on Friday for the trip to Wales, was not there this time. The Red Devils are riding a wave of volatility in this Nations League. With four out of nine, they share second place in the group with Poland, which went on to force a 2-2 draw in the Netherlands. The gap on leader the Netherlands is still three points. No one dares to predict what Tuesday night will be in Warsaw, in this belated season finale. †
  7. In advance, 15 hours 51
  8. Opstelling Poland. Wojciech Szczesny, Matthew Cash, Jan Bednarek, Kamil Glik, Bartosz Bereszynski, Przemyslaw Frankowski, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Piotr Zielinski, Szymon Zurkowski, Nicola Zalewski, Robert Lewandowski
  9. Belgium setup. Koen Casteels, Leander Dendoncker, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Hans Vanaken, Alexis Saelemaekers, Youri Tielemans, Thorgan Hazard, Dennis Praet, Michy Batshuayi, Eden Hazard
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