Poland vs Iceland LIVE: Stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for TODAY'S Euro 2020 warm-up

POLAND are gearing up for the Euros with their final pre-tournament warm-up game.

And they will face one of the biggest heroes of Euro 2016 in Iceland, who won't be bringing their thunder clap to the this year's tournament, having not qualified.


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Here is all you need to know about the international friendly.

When does Poland vs Iceland kick off?

  • Poland face Iceland at on Tuesday, June 8.
  • The match kicks off at 5pm UK time.
  • Poland is an hour ahead of the UK so that will mean it kicks off at 6pm local time.
  • The clash takes place in Stadion Miejski in Poznan.

What TV channel is Poland vs Iceland on and can I live stream it?

  • Poland vs Iceland is on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.
  • Coverage begins at 4.55pm on Sky Sports Football and at 5pm on Sky Sports Main Event.
  • To stream the game live, go to the Sky Go app.
  • Non-Sky Sports subscribers can still watch all the action with a Now TV Day Pass from £9.99.

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Team News

Poland are hoping to come out of their final Euros warm-up game unscathed and Paulo Sousa's side currently have a clean bill of health.

Robert Lewandowski was rested for the 1-1 draw against Russia a week ago but could start this next match.

Iceland beat the Faroe Islands 1-0 on Friday and have injury problems with Magnusson Hordur Bjorvin, Sigurdsson Arnor and Skulason Ari.

Stay up to date with all the action in our live blog, below…

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    POLAND SUBS

    22 Fabianski, 12 Skorupski, 18 Bereszynski, 13 Rybus, 25 Helik, 2 Piatkowski, 14 Klich, 21 Jozwiak, 17 Placheta, 6 Kozlowski, 8 Linetty, 11 Swiderski

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    POLAND XI

    1 Szczesny; 4 Kedziora, 15 Glik, 26 Puchacz, 3 Dawidowicz; 10 Krychowiak, 16 Moder, 19 Frankowski, 20 Zielinski; 9 Lewandowski, 24 Swierczok

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    ICELAND SUBS

    1 Kristinsson, 12 E. Olafsson, 5 Thrandarson, 10 Johannesson, 16 K. Thordarson, 18 I. Olafsson, 19 Thorsteinsson, 20 Fridriksson, 21 Gudjohnsen, 23 S. Thordarson, 24 Eyjolfsson

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    ICELAND XI

    13 Runarsson; 2 Sampsted, 4 Hermannsson, 6 Bjarnason, 3 Thorarinsson; 8 Bjarnason, 17 Gunnarsson, 7 Baldursson, 11 Gudmundsson, 15 Anderson; 22 Bodvarsson

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    THE TEAM SHEETS ARE IN!!!

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    GOOD AFTERNOON FROM POZNAN

    Welcome to our live coverage of the international friendly match between Poland and Iceland at the INEA Stadion ahead of the summer's delayed Euro 2020 competition.

    The hosts are looking for a morale-boosting victory ahead of the European championships where they will face Slovakia, Spain and Sweden.

    Neither side is dealing with any significant absences but Poland manager Paulo Sousa is expected to start a strong side, which could include Bayern Munich superstar Robert Lewandowski.

    Either Mateusz Klich or Jakub Moder could start in midfield while Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny should feature between the sticks.

    Iceland boss Arnar Vidarsson may opt for the same backline and midfield after keeping a clean sheet against the Faroe Islands on Friday's 1-0 win.

    Mikael Anderson and Albert Gudmundsson could start and replace the likes of Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and Jon Dagur Thorsteinsson.

    The line-ups are gong to depend on what each manager needs for this friendly, as only one of them is going to compete in Euro 2020.

    Therefore, if Sousa is still figuring out the team's identity then he will play a strong side or else he will opt to rest his key players.

    But Vidarsson, on the other hand, doesn't really have much reason to rest players as bragging rights are still up for grabs

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