Poland are looking to gain some ground on Czechia at the top of Group E as they face Moldova in EURO 2024 qualifying.
Moldova currently sit 4th in qualifying Group E with two draws and a defeat from three games so far.
They started their campaign with a 1-1 draw at home to Faroe Islands before holding Czechia to an impressive 0-0 draw followed by a 2-0 defeat to Albania last time out.
It's been a fairly solid start to proceedings for a Moldova side that never really stood a chance of emerging from this group.
They're coming into this game having not won any of their last five games, however, having drawn two and lost three of their last five games.
Their form at home is slightly better having won one, drawn two and lost two of their last five games on home soil so they'll be hopping they can put up a good game against the group favourites in front of their own fans.
Moldova's will be hoping they can sneak a 3rd place finish but realistically their main aim will be to avoid finishing bottom of the group.
They should manage that, but it's unlikely they'll avoid defeat here.
Poland currently sit 2nd in Group E with one win and one draw from their first two games of the campaign.
They began with a disappointing 3-1 defeat to Czechia away from home before only narrowly beating Albania 1-0 last time out.
Poland delivered a very underwhelming showing at the World Cup in Qatar relative to the talent in their squad and it still feels as though they aren't yet maximising that.
They did at least beat Germany 1-0 in a friendly last time out, and even if that was a meaningless game it may represent some progress under new manager Fernando Santos.
Their form coming into this game is mixed having won two and lost three of their last five games, but with their last two matches both ending in wins they'll hope the trajectory has them on the up.
Their form away from home is not particularly encouraging with Poland having won just one of their last five games on the road.
Thankfully for them they're facing a very limited side and one they should beat without too much issue.
How Poland develop under Fernando Santos will be an interesting one to follow as he's a manager who's been subjected to a lot of criticism having generally employed a drab style of play at Portugal despite being blessed with a weight of attacking talent.
Poland have largely underachieved since 2016 despite having a very good team on paper and this feels like a desperate roll of the dice by the Portuguese FA.
Time will tell, but they should claim three points fairly easily here.
For our Moldova vs. Poland prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the away side.