Live updates for the Euro 2024 play-off final between Wales and Poland. “Stay updated with the latest news on the Wales vs Poland Euro 2024 play-off final through our live coverage.”

Live updates for the Euro 2024 play-off final between Wales and Poland.

"Stay updated with the latest news on the Wales vs Poland Euro 2024 play-off final through our live coverage."

According to Wales coach Page, there is a sense of anxiety leading up to the Euro 2024 qualifying match against Poland.

Tonight, there will be a crucial match between Wales and Poland. The outcome will determine which country will participate in Euro 2024 this year.

The squads are just one match away from securing a spot in the tournament, and will face off in a decisive playoff final at Cardiff City Stadium. Wales is expected to be the frontrunner, as they have the home field advantage. While they may not have a star player like Robert Lewandowski on their team, who is likely to be in the starting lineup for Poland, they possess enough talent to qualify for their third consecutive European Championship in front of their loyal supporters, also known as the Red Wall.

Both sides cruised through their play-off semi-finals with Wales beating Finland 4-1 and Poland demolishing Estonia 5-1. Yet, Poland are no pushovers though they are vulnerable. The visitors tend not to travel well but have good memories of facing Wales with their 1-0 win at this stadium in September 2022 one of only two victories away from home since October 2020.

The team that wins the match in Cardiff will progress to the tournament taking place in the summer and will compete alongside the Netherlands, Austria, and France in Group D.

Stay updated on the latest developments and get valuable insights and predictions for the match by following the updates and information below:


Prediction for the Wales vs Poland match.

Wales should edge out Poland in a tense and thrilling encounter to secure their place at Euro 2024, expect goals, tears and drama from Cardiff tonight.

Wales 2-1 Poland.

Mike Jones26 March 2024 15:48


Team news and projected lineups for the Wales and Poland match.

According to reports, there are no new injury concerns for Wales following their strong victory against Finland. It is likely that they will keep a similar lineup for their next match. Aaron Ramsey, who has recently recovered from an injury, is not expected to be given a spot in the starting lineup.

On the other hand, in their win over Estonia, Poland experienced injuries to both Przemyslaw Frankowski and Matty Cash. Cash will be unable to play in the play-off final and Bartosz Bereszynski might have to substitute for him on the right side.

Predicted line-ups

The starting lineup for Wales is composed of Ward, Davies, Mepham, Rodon, Roberts, Ampadu, J. James, Williams, Brooks, Wilson, and Johnson.

The Poland lineup for the match includes Szczesny as the goalkeeper, Kiwior and Bednarek in defense, with Dawidowicz, Bereszynski, Zielinski, Slisz, Piotrowski, and Zalewski in midfield, and Swiderski and Lewandowski as strikers.

Mike Jones26 March 2024 15:36


The match between Wales and Poland will begin at 7:45 pm GMT on Tuesday, March 26th at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Audiences located in the United Kingdom have the option to tune into the game on Viaplay Sports 2 at 7:35pm GMT or on Welsh-language channel S4C starting at 7:20pm. The game can also be streamed live on the Viaplay Sports website and BBC iPlayer.

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Mike Jones26 March 2024 15:24


Good evening!

Welcome everyone to The Independent’s live updates of tonight’s Euro 2024 qualifying final as Wales sets their sights on the final hurdle in their journey to the European Championship tournament this summer.

After winning 4-1 against Finland in the semi-finals, Rob Page’s team is now challenged with the daunting goal of defeating Poland in the play-off final.

Having the home advantage and the support of Welsh fans, known as the Red Wall, will generate an electrifying atmosphere at Cardiff City Stadium, giving a boost to the home team.

This situation is do or die. A victory guarantees a spot at the Euros, while a loss means Wales will be eliminated from the tournament before it even starts.

Manager Rob Page is under pressure as his team is expected to win tonight. If they fail to do so, he could potentially be fired. Can Wales deliver and qualify for Euro 2024 under this critical situation?

Throughout the evening, we will provide you with all the latest updates, team news, and line-ups. Stay tuned as we get closer to the 7:45pm kick off time.

Mike Jones26 March 2024 14:48