Here is the match preview of Poland vs Germany Time & Telecast Channels, World cup champions Germany will face Poland this weekend for their second group stage match in the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifiers. As both were winners in their respective opening matches for the Group stage of the Euro 2014 qualifications. Can the world champions make it easy to qualify for 2016 Euro Championship? Let’s find it out.
Poland vs Germany Time & Telecast Channels
Germany: RTL Television
Poland: Polsat Sport
Australia: ESPN Australia
India: Sony Six SD
Spain: Movistar TV
Azerbaijan: Setanta Sports Eurasia
Portugal: Sport TV2
Indonesia: Global TV Indonesia
Ireland: Sky Go, Sky Sports 5/HD, Sky Go Extra
Japan: WOWOW, SKY PerfecTV LIVE
Malaysia: Astro On The Go
Pakistan: Sony Six SD
Sweden: Kanal 9 Sweden
New Zealand: ESPN2 Australia
United States: ESPN2, WATCH ESPN, ESPN Deportes
Poland vs Germany Euro 2016 Qualifier Match Preview
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Talking Points of Poland
Poland earned seven goals and all three points against newcomer Gibraltar, Poland kicked off their campaign as the most impressive result of the tournament. The victory was quite predictable as their opponents are relatively inexperienced and are debutant to the competition.
They are rendering their rivals goalless in an international tourney is already a strong statement. “We had control throughout, but in the second half we were much better… We came here to get three points and that’s the most important thing. Now we’ll analyze the match to see what went wrong and what went well,” expressed Adam Nawałka, Poland’s top brass.
Talking Points of Germany
The new World Cup champions are continuing to make their international presence known. The side kicked off their Euro 2016 qualification campaign with an impressive but hard-earned victory against Scotland. It was all that the Scottish players were able to pull off. “It was a difficult bit of work today, but we were prepared for that. We gave a good performance at first—we could have scored a couple of goals more,” said German defender Sebastian Rudy.
Poland team had a scoreless draw with the Germans in their last meeting this year before the World Cup. Before that, they also had a 2–2 draw with Germany in 2011. Although the Poles have never beaten their German neighbors, their recent results against this team look good.