England will win their unbeaten streak in Warsaw in the third and final qualifying match for the World Cup this month.
Gareth Southgate’s team got off to a good start after returning from their Euro 2020 conquest, beating Hungary and Andorra 4-0.
Bukayo Saka scored a late goal last time out and is an extremely popular figure in the English dressing room.
In the game against Hungary, England’s performance was marred by racist chants and projectiles thrown into the field, but they “laughed at the abuse.”
They returned to Wembley for the first time since the loss to Italy and gave fans a gift, but there will be no birthday present for Saka, according to Southgate.
England are now on the verge of winning every World Cup qualifying match to place it well ahead of Group I.
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This game will begin at 7:45 pm on Wednesday, September 8.
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England returned to Wembley for the first time since the EURO 2020 final with a wave of support. Poland-England: team news
England’s starting lineup was a complete change from Hungary’s victory in Budapest, but produced a similar result and performance in attack and defense.
Jesse Lingard scored two goals, while Harry Kane and Saka also scored late goals and remain in contention for Wednesday night’s clash.
Southgate experimented with Trent Alexander-Arnold in midfield before returning him to his orthodox full-back on Sunday and is expected to reappear in Poland.
Jadon Sancho returned to Manchester United as it was revealed on Saturday that the star will miss the remaining international matches this month.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin also remains out of the team due to a broken toe that forced him to retire from the team last week.
However, it seems likely that Southgate will opt for his base team, which has emerged victorious this summer.