Poland are set to keep
Przemyslaw Tyton in goal against the Czech Republic on Saturday
instead of usual first-choice Wojciech Szczesny who was sent off
in a shaky Euro 2012 opener against Greece, Polish media said on
Coach Franciszek Smuda will keep faith with 25-year-old
Tyton, who saved a penalty with his first touch in the 1-1- draw
with Greece in the tournament's opening game, and was impressive
against Russia, Rzeczpospolita newspaper reported.
Polish media has been full of speculation since the Russia
match, which was also a 1-1 draw, over whether Szczesny would
regain his place after serving a one-match ban.
Smuda told Polish public television on Thursday he feared
the kind of mistakes Szczesny made against Greece.
"[Tyton] has always brought calm into the game," he added.
The final matches in Group A on Saturday will decide who
advances to the quarter-finals. Poland must post their first
ever win at a European Championship to stay in the tournament.
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