This is set to be an exciting encounter with some of the World’s best footballers featuring Robert Lewandowski, Radamel Falcao, and James Rodriguez.
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Poland will be particularly keen to stamp out the individual errors that made life hard for themselves in their opening game, and coach Adam Nawalka is expected to make a couple of changes to his starting line-up in order to steer his charges back on track. They will be looking to get Robert Lewandowski on the scoresheet, as Poland have not won since UEFA EURO 2016 when the forward has failed to find the target.
For Colombia, James Rodriguez is likely to return to the side after the Bayern Munich star was only brought off the substitutes’ bench in the first game against Japan. It will be Los Cafeteros’20th World Cup fixture and they will be hoping to keep all 11 players on the pitch this time after Carlos Sanchez picked up the second-fastest red card in World Cup history when he was sent off in the third minute against Japan. Also Read - Golden Shoe Update: Bayern Munich's Robert Lewandowski Ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi in Race