Poland starting eleven will surely include some players like Robert Lewandowski in FIFA World Cup 2018. But what if he becomes unavailable for some reason? Then, it’s difficult to predict what would happen and what to expect.
That’s the paradox that Poland is facing this year. They have one of the best forward players in the world who scored the most goals in the qualifying matches, but also few replacements and a rather problematic defence line, letting through more goals than the managers would like.
Poland Starting Eleven World Cup 2018
Aside from Lewandowski, here are a few players that we believe we’ll see in the group matches and knockout stage, should Poland get through to it:
- Bartosz Bereszynski
- Lukasz Piszczek
- Piotr Zielinski
- Lukasz Teodorczyk
Aside from that, it’s difficult to predict which other players will form the starting eleven because their coach Adam Nawalka has left many options to choose from. More than 30 players are being assessed to form the main squad and bench substitutions.
It isn’t an easy task knowing that, while the players are good, they might not be up for the challenge that awaits if the team advances to the round of 16 or quarter-finals where the best football teams in the world will meet.
Poland starting eleven may change a lot depending on their success in the group matches as the team is full of good players, but hasn’t discovered an optimal line-up yet.