Poland have keeper Wojciech Szczesny back from suspension and coach Smuda has confirmed that he will go straight back into the side despite assured displays from Tyton in his absence.
Elsewhere, however, the likes of Perquis (elbow), Polanski (knee) and Dudka (stomach) are all doubts to face the Czech Republic, though the former doesn't need an X-ray as first feared.
Poland will need Polanski's battle in midfield and he is likely to start, however, if Dudka cannot recover in time, the likes of Rybus, Mierzejewski and Matuschyk will hope to start in midfield.
A win for either side here will see them qualify, and what a time it would be for co-hosts Poland to secure their first ever victory at a European Championships.
Both of these sides have come out of the blocks quickly in their matches so far so you can expect a lively start to this one, though the team to settle down and control the tempo later on may be the best bet to win come Saturday.
Assuming Perquis and Polanski can recover, Poland may be favourites as they have played the better football of the two at times, so a home win could send the fans into raptures.
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