Phase one is complete for England. An eventual dismantling of a poor Montenegro side leaves the Three Lions one win away from the World Cup, barring any miracles from San Marino against second placed Ukraine. It turned out to be a breath of fresh air from a normally conservative England side. Roy Hodgsons decision to go more attacking worked and Andros Townsend skipped and slithered his way down the touchline in an impressive debut. Next up is Poland who will have 18,000 fans cheering them on at Wembley and possess Robert Lewandowski, one of Europes most feared strikers after his four goal haul against Real Madrid in the Champions League last term. Though the Polish side remain a potent threat, the media should be careful to overhype this outfit. They remain overmatched in many areas of the park and dont exactly have a stunning record in thus far, even becoming the only team to concede to San Marino. So here are five reasons why England can look forward to facing Poland instead of fear and nerves being the overriding emotion.