Colombia's James Rodriguez could begin Sunday's World Cup Group H coordinate against Poland in the wake of going ahead as a substitute in the annihilation by Japan. Poland forward Dawid Kownacki may begin the game after he inspired against Senegal as a second-half substitute.

Focus back Kamil Glik has come back to full preparing after shoulder injury yet remains an uncertainty for Sunday's game. That implies Thiago Cionek, his substitution against Senegal, is probably going to keep his place.


1 Wojciech Szczęsny (Goalkeeper)
20 Łukasz Piszczek (Defender)
5 Jan Bednarek (Defender)
2 Michał Pazdan (Defender)
18 Bartosz Bereszyński (Defender)
10 Grzegorz Krychowiak (Midfielder)
6 Jacek Góralski (Midfielder)
13 Maciej Rybus (Defender)
19 Piotr Zieliński (Midfielder)
9 Robert Lewandowski (Forward)
23 Dawid Kownacki (Forward)


1 David Ospina (Goalkeeper)
4 Santiago Arias (Defender)
13 Yerry Mina (Defender)
23 Davinson Sánchez (Defender)
17 Johan Mojica (Midfielder)
8 Abel Aguilar (Midfielder)
5 Wílmar Barrios (Midfielder)
11 Juan Cuadrado (Midfielder)
20 Juan Quintero (Midfielder)
10 James Rodríguez (Midfielder)
9 Radamel Falcao (Forward)


Poland had tremendous help inside the Spartak Stadium and are the seeded group in Group H – however, they were disillusioning in all zones amid their opening thrashing by Senegal.

Driving striker Robert Lewandowski attempted to influence his stamp amid his World Cup debut, and his side should now deliver the merchandise on Sunday.

Their 2-1 overcome came hours after Japan had beaten 10-man Colombia 2-1. Poland has never met all requirements for the second stage in the wake of losing their opening game, and they could confront a considerably greater test should Rodriguez come back to Colombia's beginning XI.

Colombia, as far as it matters for them, played 87 minutes of their opening match with ten men after Carlos Sanchez was demonstrated the second-speediest World Cup red card ever.


Poland right-hand coach Hubert Malowiejski: "We are in a similar circumstance. Colombia was thought about top choices in our gathering; however, the main game was terrible for them. 

"In any case, we should not overlook they played nearly the entire amusement with ten men. They are tough to beat, they have played with pretty much a similar squad for a long time."

On James Rodriguez: "We know how great James is; however, we regard Colombia all in all group, regardless of whether they have such an awesome player. The key point isn't to give him a chance to play splendidly; it is a standout amongst the most important undertakings for our group."

Colombia striker Radamel Falcao: "We have two more games ahead, and that implies despite everything we have the chance to advance to the following round. That gives us expectation, and it is in our own particular hands on the pitch. This group has indicated it is rationally stable.

"It will resemble a last. Each group will fight hard to keep the ball and will shut down space for their adversaries to work in.

"Maybe we won't commit the same number of errors as we did previously, because we as a whole know this is a match that will figure out who will proceed in the World Cup."