The first set of matches in round three of Euro 2012 kick-off tonight in Group A and both Poland and Czech Republic need victories to secure qualification to the knockout stages. A draw may also be enough for the Czech Republic depending on how other results go tonight. Kick-off time is at 7.45pm (UK time) at the Municipal Stadium in Wroclaw and is screened live on BBC 1 in the UK.
Poland defender Damien Perquis is unlikely to play having suffered a deep cut to his sun in the 1-1 draw against Russia on Tuesday. Midfielder Dariusz Dudka also picked up a knock, aggravating an abdominal strain and Eugen Polanski ended the game with a badly bruised knee.
Polish head coach Franciszek Smuda will give all three players a late fitness test before the game but replacements have been put on standby. For the Czech Republic, captain Tomas Rosicky was subbed from their last outing with an Achilles injury and may not play.