Co-hosts Poland are in action tonight as they take on Russia in Euro 2012 Group D.
These two sides have met on three previous occasions since the Soviet Union dissolved in 1991 - all friendlies - recording one win each.
Poland are without first-choice goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, who is suspended after his sending off in the first group match, so Przemyslaw Tyton will deputise.
Poland coach Franciszek Smuda could make changes elsewhere, with Adrian Mierzejewski and Kamil Grosicki pushing for starts, which could mean Ludovic Obraniak and Maciej Rybus are left out.
Russia could stick with the side that beat the Czech Republic 4-1 in their opening game.
Coach Dick Advocaat has confirmed Aleksandr Kerzhakov will start despite missing several chances in the win over the Czechs.