Portugal and Poland will play against each other in a UEFA Nations League 2018-19 League A game at the Estádio D. Afonso Henriques in Guimarães, Portugal on Tuesday, November 19, 2018. The match will kick-off at 20:45 CET, 19:45 GMT.

What has happened so far?

Portugal has already qualified from Group 3 of League A to the UEFA Nations League 2019 finals. Incidentally, Portugal will also host the finals in the month of June next year. Portugal defeated Italy and Poland once in the group matches, before drawing with Italy in the second leg a few days back, which ensured them a qualification to the finals along with seven points from three games.

Italy ended with five points from their four games, while Poland has a single point from their three games at this tournament. The game between Portugal and Poland is basically a dead rubber, with neither of the three possible results affecting the points table. Portugal will clearly start favourites after their dominating performance in the tournament so far.

TV and Broadcast details

Unimas will telecast the game live in the United States of America. Fubo TV will stream the match live across the United States on its website.

Sky Sports main event and Sky sports Football broadcast the match live in the United Kingdom.

Sky Sports app and Sky Go will provide live streaming exclusively for the subscribers in the United Kingdom. Polsat Sport and IPLA will telecast the match live in Poland while RTP 1, RTP Play and Sport TV1 will do the same in Portugal.

SonyLiv will also provide the live streaming for the users who have premium memberships across the Indian subcontinent.

Team News

Portugal's star player Christiano Ronaldo will miss this game as he missed the game against Italy.

According to Goal, Bernardo Silva has also made himself unavailable due to an injury. Poland will have their full strength side ready to create a lasting impression in the tournament, but captain Robert Lewandowski will go through some scrutiny if he fails to perform well.

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