Poland is currently first, with 10 points from four games, while Montenegro has three less, from the same number of matches.
The hosts defeated Kazakhstan 5-0 and Denmark 1-0 in Kopenhagen. They split points in Romania 1-1, and after three games they were in an excellent position because they didn't lose on two tough away games. But they blew everything after they lost the game in Armenia 3-2. Now they just have to do everything in their power to defeat Poland, or at least to stay unbeaten. They will have a lot of problem on the defensive line because two of their experienced players will be missing in this game, Tomasevic, and Simic.
The key player is Stevan Jovetic former Fiorentina and Manchester City star who is reviving his career in Sevilla at the moment. the 27-year old is vital to the Montenegrin side and everything in their game starts from him.
The Polish team started these qualifications with a draw in Kazakhstan 2-2, and after that, they won three games in a row. Against Denmark 3-2 and Armenia 2-1 in Poland and they smashed Romania on the road 3-0. The Romanian and Danish teams are far away from Poland and they are entering this match without any pressure because they know that they are in a much better position that any other team in this group.
What might be a little problem for the visitors is the fact that their defensive midfielder Krychowiak will be absent in this game.
What gives them the confidence are 11 straight games without a single loss, and of course Robert Lewandowski. One of the most lethal strikers in the world is having yet another excellent year as he already scored 21 goals for Bayern Munich and 7 for the national team, so far this season.
These two sides met only twice in the past and that was also in World Cup qualifications for back in 2012 and 2013.
Both games ended with a draw. In Poland 1-1, and in the second game in Podgorica 2-2.
What we think about this game is that there will not be many goals, and under 2,5 goals is the safest bet for you. A hard game with lots of duels in the middle of the pitch is expected, without many scoring chances. If by anyway happens to be more goals that expected that will suit better for the guests because they have more offensive potential than Montenegro.
One thing you have bear in your mind when thinking about this game. The pitch in Podgorica is really, really bad. After one hour of game, it becomes pretty damaged, especially in this part of the year. We haven't seen so far some beautiful displays here, and that is why we think that tonight it will end up in the same way.
Considering the final outcome, a draw is the most likely thing to occur, but be cautious because only one goal in the whole match could set the final result.