WARSAW, Poland. March 17 (PSN) – Polish U-20 national team coach Marcin Dorna has completed his match squad for the upcoming Four Nations Tournament match against Germany.
The match with Germany will be the last for the Poles in 2014/2015 edition of the Four Nations Exhibition Tournament.
The encounter between the two nations will be held on March 27. The bialo-czerwoni have a chance for their first ever triumph of this tournament.
The Four Nations Tournament has been played since 2001. Poland joined in the 2010/2011 edition, replacing Austria.
Poland already has it’s best turnout in the tournament since it started to compete several years ago. In previous years the Poles ended with 7, 6, 8 and 9 points after six games, and now before the 6th game they hold 10 points – topping their group which includes Germany, Switzerland and Italy.
Previous group game matches include a 1:1 draw with Switzerland, 3:1 win with Italy, 2:1 win with Switzerland, and a 0:2 loss to Germany.
It is still possible that Tomasz Kedziora, Karol Linetty and Piotr Zielinski may join the squad, as they only found themselves on the reserve list on the Men’s national team for the upcoming UEFA EURO 2016 qualifier against the Republic of Ireland.
The U-20 team features several players from the Poland U-21 team, including those which will compete in the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championships in Poland.
Polish U-21 National Team for Four Nations Tournament match against Germany:
Goalkeepers: Damian Podleśny (Chojniczanka Chojnice), Krystian Rudnicki (GKS Katowice)
Defenders: Igor Łasicki (AS Gubbio Calcio), Marcin Flis (PGE GKS Bełchatów), Hubert Matynia (Pogoń Szczecin), Sebastian Rudol (Pogoń Szczecin), Michał Helik (Ruch Chorzów)
Midfielders: Paweł Cibicki (Malmoe FF), Paweł Dawidowicz (Benfica B Lisbon), Martin Kobylański (1.FC Union Berlin), Łukasz Wroński (PGE GKS Bełchatów), Lukas Klemenz (Korona Kielce), Dariusz Formella (Lech Poznań), Adam Dźwigała (Lechia Gdańsk), Radosław Murawski (Piast Gliwice), Alan Uryga (Wisła Kraków)
Forwards: Maik Lukowicz (Werder Breman), Mariusz Stępiński (Wisła Kraków)
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