Poland still have a chance of securing top spot in Group I; albeit following a miraculous set of circumstances.
Indeed, they must beat Hungary and hope that San Marino pull off the most unlikely of shocks against leaders England.
Nevertheless, with the play-offs their almost certain destination, the Eagles will be eager to build some momentum at Stadion Narodowy.
The Poles are unbeaten in six games – winning five – while their opponents have won just two of their last 10 outings.
Hungary can leapfrog Albania and secure third place with maximum points, although the latter must also fail to beat Andorra.
The Magyars have taken four points from their last two group games, including a creditable 1-1 draw with European finalists England.
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Poland vs Hungary: Match Stats
As ever, Poland’s charge will be led by the irrepressible Robert Lewandowski.
The Bayern Munich striker has scored eight times during this qualifying campaign; a tally only surpassed by the Netherlands’ Memphis Depay.
He maintained his good form with a brace in Friday’s 4-1 win at Andorra.
But it is at the other end of the field where the Poles may be vulnerable. Indeed, they have kept just two clean sheets in their last 12 games.