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How to Watch Poland vs. Belgium: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time


Belgium vs Poland Live


Belgium vs Poland Live


Belgium vs Poland Live


Tuesday action in the UEFA Nations League will feature Poland against Belgium, with action getting underway from Stadion im. Kazimierza Gorskiego at 2:45 PM ET on fubo Sports Network.


Poland and Belgium will meet for the second time in League A Group 4 UEFA Nations League play today. In the first meeting between these two teams, Belgium won by a score of 6-1.


Belgium will travel to Warsaw to take on Poland in their UEFA Nations League group stage clash on Tuesday. Both teams are coming off draws that did them no favour in their efforts to progress further in the competition.


Poland, in particular, will be keen to get back at Belgium for the 6-1 hammering inflicted on them on Matchday 2. It was a cruel reminder of the chasm in quality between both sides and the Bialo-Czerwoni will be keen to make amends in front of their home crowd.


Both teams have four points apiece after three games and trail leaders, the Netherlands, by three points. Poland, for their part, were close to upsetting the Dutch in their own backyard but had to rely on a stoppage-time penalty miss from Memphis Depay to escape with anything to show for their efforts.


Poland will host Belgium today at the National Stadium Warsaw for Matchday 4 of Group A4 of the 2022-2023 UEFA Nations League. Here you can find out the preview, predictions, odds and how to watch or live stream this game online in the United States.


Poland and Belgium face off on Matchday 4 of the 2022-23 UEFA Nations League group stage. Here, you will find when, where, at what time, and how to watch or live stream it online in the US and Canada.


How to Watch Poland vs. Belgium

Match Day: Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Match Time: 2:45 PM ET

TV: fubo Sports Network

Stadium: Stadion im. Kazimierza Gorskiego

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Poland and Belgium Stats

With five goals in three matches, Poland is 15th in the UEFA Nations League. On the flip side, Belgium has allowed six goals in three matches, 43rd in the competition. In World Cup qualifying, Poland scored 32 goals (2.9 per game) and Belgium gave up six goals (0.8 per game).

Belgium has scored eight goals in three games in this tournament (third in UEFA Nations League), and Poland has conceded nine goals in three games (52nd in league). In World Cup qualifying, Belgium scored 25 goals (3.1 per game) and Poland conceded 11 goals (1.0 per game).

In terms of goal differential, Poland is 45th in the UEFA Nations League at -4 (and was +21 during its World Cup qualification cycle).

With 8 goals scored and 6 allowed, Belgium is 15th in the UEFA Nations League in goal differential. It was +19 during the UEFA World Cup qualification campaign.


The high score in that game would lead one to believe that Belgium is in first place in the standings, but the team is currently in second with four points. Poland is right behind with four points, but the teams are separated by goal differential.


Belgium currently has one win, one loss and one draw in group play. In its last outing, Belgium played to a 1-1 draw with last-place Wales. Youri Tielemans scored first for Belgium at the 51' mark. Wales answered with a goal from Brennan Johnson at the 86' mark so walk away with a point.


Poland's most recent match resulted in a 2-2 draw against the Netherlands who currently lead the group with seven points. In its match with the Netherlands, Poland had the early lead. Matty Cash scored for Poland just 18' in to gain the advantage. Piotr Zieliński made it 2-0 at the 49' mark. Davy Klaassen was able to cut Poland's lead in half just two minutes later and Denzel Dumfries tied things up a few minutes later.


Szymon Zurkowski, Kamil Gilk, Wojciech Szczesny and Robert Lewandowski could all return to the playing XI. With home support to boot, Poland could give Belgium a run for their money.


The Red and Whites are likely to deploy their side in a 4-2-3-1 system that should focus on gaining the initiative in midfield. Szczesny will start in goal behind a back four of Bartosz Bereszynski, Jan Bednarek, Kamil Glik and Matty Cash. The right-back, in particular, was impressive against the Dutch and will hope to enjoy similar success against Belgium.


The duo of Grzegorz Krychowiak and Szymon Zurkowski. How well the double pivot can dictate terms in the middle of the pitch could determine how the trio of Nicola Zalewski, Piotr Zielinski and Przemyslaw Frankowski get forward and fashion opportunities for Robert Lewandowski.


Poland will do well to get off to a good start and pin Belgium back from the kick-off whistle. Martinez’s side have shown to have a soft underbelly at times and could be there for the taking should Poland get their tactics right. ersaers

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