Germany return to action on Thursday after an impressive 2-0 victory over the Ukraine in their opener with Poland their next opponents at the Stade de France in Paris.
Poland will be without goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny after he sustained a thigh injury in his side's 1-0 victory over Northern Ireland on Sunday, meaning a likely start for number two Lukasz Fabianksi.
Coach Adam Nawalka had hoped that Szczesny would shake off the knock in time to face the world champions but will instead turn to Fabianski as the Roma keeper looks to return for the final group game against Ukraine.
Robert Lewandowski will lead again lead the line for Poland and will come up against some of his Bayern Munichteam-mates.
"Lewa" is fresh from bagging the Bundesliga top scorer award with his 30 goals driving Bayern to yet another title and Die Mannschaft will be wary of Adam Nawalka's side after succumbing to them for the first time in their history in qualification.
Jerome Boateng is aware of the threat Poland present and highlights their attack as the main threat, with ArkadiuszMilik, who grabbed the winner against the Irish, proving they are more than just Lewandowski.
"We have to be careful. They have good forwards -- and not just Lewandowski," said the former Manchester Citydefender.