Iceland last dined at the top table of the Friendly International, suffering a defeat on the back of a run of one point from seven matches. For their part, Poland have enjoyed eight victories in 12 home fixtures at this level of late, so their opponents could be set for a rude awakening in what is their debut game.
Anyone looking to see goals would be advised to avoid Poland at all costs, with no more than two being scored in 18 of the previous 21 Poland home games at this level. It has been a similar story in away matches involving Iceland in the Friendly International, with 15 of their previous 21 fixtures serving up under 2.5 goals.
Over the course of their most recent 14 matches at the top table of Spanish football, Poland have been involved in just three encounters in which the net has bulged at both ends. Such an occurrence has been similarly rare in top-flight fixtures involving Iceland, happening only once in seven attempts, so at least one of the two keepers should emerge with a clean sheet.
Iceland are not exactly known for bringing excitement to town, with 13 of the Iceland previous 19 top-flight trips serving up under 2.5 goals. It has been a similar story as far as Poland are concerned in the Friendly International, with ten of their last 14 matches, including four of the most recent six at the their stadium, delivering two goals or fewer.