Current Squad

AGE CAPS GLS DOMESTIC CLUB

Recent Call-ups

AGE CAPS GLS DOMESTIC CLUB
Bartosz Bialkowski (G) 31 1 -   EnglandIpswich
Lukasz Fabianski (G) 33 43 -   EnglandWest Ham
Lukasz Skorupski (G) 27 2 -   ItalyBologna
Wojciech Szczesny (G) 28 33 -   ItalyJuventus
Jan Bednarek (D) 22 1 -   EnglandSouthampton
Bartosz Bereszynski (D) 26 6 -   ItalySampdoria
Thiago Rangel Cionek (D) 32 17 -   ItalySpal
Pawel Dawidowicz (D) 23 1 -   PolandPoland U21
Kamil Glik (D) 30 58 4   FranceMonaco
Artur Jedrzejczyk (D) 30 35 3   PolandLegia Warsaw
Marcin Kaminski (D) 26 5 -   GermanyF Dusseldorf
Tomasz Kedziora (D) 24 3 -   UkraineDynamo Kiev
Michal Pazdan (D) 31 31 -   PolandLegia Warsaw
Lucasz Piszczek (D) 33 61 3   GermanyB Dortmund
Maciej Rybus (D) 29 49 2   RussiaLok. Moscow
Jakub Blaszczykowski (M) 32 97 17   GermanyWolfsburg
Przemyslaw Frankowski (M) 23 1 -   PolandPoland U21
Jacek Goralski (M) 26 3 -   BulgariaLudogorets
Kamil Grosicki (M) 30 56 12   EnglandHull
Damian Kadzior (M) 26 - -   CroatiaDin Zagreb
Grzegorz Krychowiak (M) 28 48 2   RussiaLok. Moscow
Karol Linetty (M) 23 19 1   PolandPoland U21
Krzysztof Maczynski (M) 31 31 2   PolandLegia Warsaw
Maciej Makuszewski (M) 28 4 -   PolandLech Poznan
Slawomir Peszko (M) 33 43 2   PolandLechia Gdansk
Sebastian Szymanski (M) 19 - -   PolandLegia Warsaw
Piotr Zielinski (M) 24 31 4   ItalyNapoli
Szymon Zurkowski (M) 20 - -   PolandGornik Zabrze
Dawid Kownacki (F) 21 1 -   ItalySampdoria
Rafal Kurzawa (F) 25 3 -   FranceAmiens
Robert Lewandowski (F) 30 93 52   GermanyB Munich
Arkadiusz Milik (F) 24 38 12   ItalyNapoli
Krzysztof Piatek (F) 23 - -   ItalyGenoa
Lukasz Teodorczyk (F) 27 15 4   ItalyUdinese
Kamil Wilczek (F) 30 3 -   DenmarkBrondby
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Match in Focus

17:30 TODAY BT1

Brighton v Tottenham

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • All five of Spurs’ league games have featured at least three goals
Expert verdict
Both of Brighton’s league home games have had at least four goals and more fireworks could be on show at the Amex Stadium. For while the Seagulls should appreciate playing back in front of their own fans against a Tottenham outfit that have endured three straight defeats (Watford, Liverpool and Inter in midweek), they may struggle to cope with Spurs' attacking quality.