Wales vs Poland – Euro 2024 play-off final: Dragons face last-chance saloon match in Cardiff – stream, TV, team news

WALES have one last chance to secure a spot in this summer’s Euro 2024 competition – and play-off final opponents Poland stand in their way.

This is familiar territory for Rob Page’s side as they travelled down the play-off route to book their place at the World Cup just two years ago.

Wales humiliated Finland in their play-off semi-final


Wales humiliated Finland in their play-off semi-finalCredit: Alamy
Poland thrashed Estonia


Poland thrashed EstoniaCredit: Rex

And the Welsh superstars will be confident that they’ll reign superior once again after brushing Finland aside 4-1 in last Thursday’s semi-final.

However, Poland go into this match on a high after dismantling 10-man Estonia 5-1 in their last-4 contest.

Furthermore, Robert Lewandowski and Co have not failed to reach the finals of a major tournament since 2014 so they’ll be eager to continue that incredible run.

When is Wales vs Poland?

  • Wales’s Euro 2024 play-off final against Poland will take place on Tuesday, March 26.
  • It is scheduled to kick off at 7:45pm GMT.
  • Cardiff City Stadium is the allocated arena for this momentous occasion and it can host approximately 33,280 passionate fans.
  • Poland ran out 1-0 winners when the sides last met in a 2022 UEFA Nations League match.

What TV channel is it on and can it be live streamed for FREE?

  • Wales vs Poland will be broadcast LIVE on Viaplay in the UK.
  • Fans can also stream the action for FREE on BBC iPlayer.
  • Alternatively, SunSport will have minute-by-minute action of the play-off final.

What Euro 2024 group will the winners go in?

The winners of this clash between Wales and Poland will be place in Group D at the Euro 2024.

Group D:

  • France
  • Netherlands
  • Austria

What is the team news?

Rob Page would have been delighted to escape the semi-final win against Finland with no fresh injury concerns.

Captain Tom Lockyer – whose football future remains uncertain after his cardiac arrest on the pitch in December was replaced by Chris Mepham.

While Harry Brooks was chosen to join the likes of Harry Wilson and Brennan Johnson in attack.

Aaron Ramsey remained an unused substitute despite returning earlier than expected from a calf issue.

Elsewhere, Poland gaffer Michal Probierz will be hoping Juventus ace Arkadiusz Milik can shake off his muscle injury after missing out on the Estonia thrashing.

What are the odds?

  • Wales to qualify 7/4
  • Poland to qualify 5/6

*Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes are correct at time of publication

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