Lewandowski opened the Nations League against a Wales without Bale


The third edition of the Nations League will begin this afternoon with Poland-Wales, who match Group 4 of League A. The fact that the team led by Gareth Bale is playing in the play-off final against the winner Scotland-Ukraine in Sunday With no place yet at stake for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, it led UEFA to advance the match so far.

This upcoming historic event for Wales, who are looking to participate in its second World Cup after a distant presence in Sweden 1958, will lead to his coach, Robert Page, reserving his number two against Poland, the hitherto is Real Madrid player Gareth Bale, who joined on Monday after taking part in the celebrations for the Champions League win on Saturday, and Aaron Ramsey.

The game lost one of its great attractions: the scoring duel between Robert Lewandowski and Bale. Polish coach Czesław Michniewicz, has lined up his star and captain despite being the media spotlight for his refusal to continue at Bayern and force his departure from Barça.

Michniewicz made his debut with a World Cup pass

Michniewicz was appointed in January to replace Paulo Sousa and in March, in his second game, he qualified for the World Cup by beating Sweden (2-0) in the playoffs with a penalty goal on Lewandowski. The winners of these four League A groups will have access to the semifinals.

Likely lineups

Tarczynski Arena in Wroclaw, 6:00 pm

Poland: Grabara; Kaminski, Glik, Bednarek; Frankowski, Goralski, Krychowiak, Zielinski, Bereszynski; Lewandowski and Buksa

Coach: Czeslaw Michniewicz

Wales: Hennessey; Norrington-Davies, Mepham, Gunter, Denham; Morrell, Smith; Thomas, Williams, Levitt; Moore

Instructor: Robert Page

Referee: Rade Obrenovic (Slovenia)

Source: La Verdad


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