The UEFA developed a new concept, ‘Nations League’ with the bid of making International breaks in football more relevant and worthwhile, all the nations of Europe will compete in the first-ever tournament. Also Read - MI vs KKR Highlights, IPL 2020 Match 32, Abu Dhabi: Quinton De Kock, Rahul Chahar Star as Mumbai Thrash Kolkata by Eight Wickets

55 teams will participate in the competition, which will be divided into four leagues (A, B, C, and D) based on their position in UEFA ranking after the FIFA World Cup 2018. Also Read - CSK vs RCB Highlights Match 25 Dream11 IPL 2020, Dubai: Virat Kohli Stars as Bangalore Beat Chennai by 37 Runs

The four leagues will further be divided into four groups comprising of three or four teams each. In the end, four teams will be promoted and four teams will be relegated. Also Read - IPL 2020, CSK vs RCB Predicted Playing XIs, Pitch Report, Toss Timing, Fantasy Tips, Live Streaming And Dubai Weather Forecast For Match 25 October 10

Group A winners will qualify for the final four, which will take place in June’2019.

In today’s fixture, it will be Poland who takes on former world champions Italy in what is set to be a thrilling UEFA Nations League 2018 match.

Here’s all you need to know about the Poland vs Italy match in the UEFA Nations League 2018:

What time will the Poland vs Italy match in the UEFA Nations League start?

Poland vs Italy match in the UEFA Nations League will start at 12:15 AM IST (Sunday Late night) on October 15 in India.

How to watch the telecast of Poland vs Italy match in the UEFA Nations League on TV?

The Poland vs Italy match in the UEFA Nations League will be aired live on Sony Sports Network channels.

How to watch the live streaming of Poland vs Italy match in the UEFA Nations League?

The live streaming of Poland vs Italy match in the UEFA Nations League will be available on Sonyliv.com website/app.

Recent form of both teams:
Poland – L L W D D L
Italy – W L D D L D

Predicted Starting XI
Poland–
 Szczesny (GK), Reca, Bednarek, Glik, Kedziora, Krychowiak, Linetty / Kurzawa, Zielinski, Blaszczykowski, Piatek, Lewandowski
Italy– Donnarumma (GK), Biraghi, Chiellini, Bonucci, Fiorenzi, Jorginho, Verratti, Pellegrini, Insigne, Chiesa, Bernardeschi

Key Players:
Poland– Piatek, Lewandowski
Italy – Chiesa, Bernardeschi