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> This is the sixth occasion these countries have been drawn together in the same World Cup qualifying group. The last was in qualification for the 2006 World Cup – England winning by a 2-1 score line both home and away.
> In total, England have lost only one of 17 international matches against Poland, winning 10 times (6 draws). Their only defeat was 2-0 in Poland in 1974 World Cup qualification when Robert Gadocha and Wlodzimierz Lubanski scored against Sir Alf Ramsey’s team.
> Poland are unbeaten in their last six international matches in Warsaw and have lost one of their last 20 competitive matches in the city – 1-0 to Latvia in ECQ in October 2002.
> Roy Hodgson has previously faced Poland. His Finland team winning 3-1 in Poland (Sep 2006) and drawing 0-0 at home (Sep 2007) in qualification for Euro 2008.
> England are unbeaten in their last 10 international matches (not including the penalty shoot-out defeat to Italy at Euro 2012). Their only defeat in the last 20 matches was 3-2 at home to Netherlands in a friendly in February 2012.