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Poland safeguards Kamil Glik could be in conflict to confront Senegal as be offers to come back from the shoulder damage which was relied upon to keep him out of the World Cup.

The Monaco player looked set to be supplanted after the damage in preparing yet is presently anticipated that would return by the last gathering amusement – if not sooner.

Senegal lost safeguard Saliou Ciss on the eve of the competition to damage. Caen's Adama Mbengue was the late call-up to supplant him.


1 Wojciech Szczęsny (Goalkeeper)
20 Łukasz Piszczek (Defender)
2 Michał Pazdan (Defender)
13 Maciej Rybus (Defender)
4 Thiago Cionek (Defender)
19 Piotr Zieliński (Midfielder)
16 Jakub Błaszczykowski (Midfielder)
10 Grzegorz Krychowiak (Midfielder)
11 Kamil Grosicki (Midfielder)
7 Arkadiusz Milik (Forward)
9 Robert Lewandowski (Forward)


16 Khadim N’Diaye (Goalkeeper)
3 Kalidou Koulibaly (Defender)
22 Moussa Wague (Defender)
12 Youssouf Sabaly (Defender)
6 Salif Sane (Defender)
5 Idrissa Gueye (Midfielder)
13 Alfred N’Diaye (Midfielder)
9 Mame Biram Diouf (Midfielder)
18 Ismaila Sarr (Midfielder)
10 Sadio Mané (Forward)
19 M’Baye Niang (Forward)


Poland and Senegal each have a star forward on the back of a terrific club season – Robert Lewandowski and Sadio Mane separately.

Captain Lewandowski was a sensation in meeting all requirements for Poland, scoring more than any other individual in the European gatherings, with a record 16 goals in just 10 games – the more significant part of Poland's aggregate of 28 goals.

He was the Bundesliga's best scorer with 29 group goals for Bayern Munich – 41 in all rivalries.

On the eve of the World Cup, Poland's mail station discharged five million stamps with his name, face and RL9.

Poland just kept two clean sheets in qualifying and had the most noticeably awful cautious record of all the European gathering victors – and they could be tried incredibly by Liverpool striker Mane.

Mane scored 20 goals in all rivalries for the Reds, incorporating 10 in the Champions League – joint second with partners Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah, just beneath Cristiano Ronaldo's 15.

Senegal is overseen by previous Birmingham City and Portsmouth midfielder Aliou Cisse, who was their chief at their solitary past World Cup – in 2002 when they achieved the quarter-finals.


Senegal coach Aliou Cisse: "Sadio Mane is a one of a kind player, and he can't be contrasted with some other Senegal player, even the real ones we've had previously.

"What's more, notwithstanding everything that has occurred for him in the course of the most recent two years, he hasn't changed – he's similarly as unassuming as he was the point at which I initially met him at the 2012 Olympics.

"Senegal isn't just Sadio Mane; however, he has a decent group worked around him, and I figure it ought to be somewhat in addition to for him that we're all behind him. "He plays for a standout amongst the most famous clubs, genuinely outstanding in Europe, and his first class for them.

"He's totally novel since he is unpredictable to the point, that is the thing that makes him extraordinary – he can have the effect with a pass or shot. He's now a standout amongst other [players in the world]."

Poland striker Robert Lewandowski, who scored just once at Euro 2012 and again at Euro 2016: "I played fewer amusements this season, which implies I'm less worn out. I trust this freshness will appear. "This time the arrangements have been customised, obliged what an individual player needs.

"I don't know what number of excellent open doors I will have. Be that as it may, when I am got severe about and fouled, it authorises space for my partners, and we'd jump at the chance to exploit this.

"I need I crave goals to be considerably greater and greater. What's more, obviously I trust more goals will go ahead the greatest stage – the World Cup."

Previous Poland global Marcin Zewlakow revealed to BBC World Service: "Glik's damage prevented Poland from relaxing. It caused a tremor in our group.

"Glik is the lord of our resistance, as Lewandowski is the ruler of the assault. He isn't only a player, he is the spine of the group. He tilts a match and shakes us in terrible minutes."