- Both teams have scored in 10 of Poland’s last 13 internationals and in 8 of Uruguay’s last 11 games.
- Robert Lewandowski during , qualifying hit 16 goals in 10 matches to fire the Poles to top spot in Group E.He has 51 international goals
- The Poles conceded 4 times in Denmark in September and have only kept 1 clean sheet in their last 7 internationals.
- Uruguay have conceded twice or more in 6 of their last 9 internationals and even a very limited Bolivian side caused a stir by scoring twice in Montevideo in their crunch final qualifier, Uruguay’s most recent international.
- Poland scored 27 goals and conceded 13 goals, average getting 2.70 goals per game while Uruguay has scored 12 goals and conceded 19 goals, average getting 1.20 goals per game in the last 10 matches.
HEAD TO HEAD
- The sides last met in 2012 with Uruguay winning a friendly 3-1. That game was played at a neutral venue.
- For Poland,Napoli forward Arkadiusz Milik is still out injured for Poland. The same goes for Dortmund defender Łukasz Piszczek who also missed their most recent qualifiers.
- 7 players who were in Uruguay’s last squad are absent here. That includes Luis Suarez and defenders Martín Cáceres and Sebastian Coates. Promising Celta Vigo striker Maxi Gomez is likely to make his debut.
- With the firepower on display, we should see goals at both ends here with Robert Lewandowsk who has 51 international goals and 11 goals in 11 games in the Bundesliga this term.
- Both Teams To Score at 1.80 sportpesa odds.