Serbian media have suggested that Poland will face Serbia in March in one of their first warm-up games for the Euro 2016 finals.
The White Eagles impressed to win the second place in a very strong qualifying group, booking their ticket to France with a 2-1 triumph over Republic of Ireland in the final qualifier.
They have since been drawn alongside Germany, Ukraine and Northern Ireland in Group C, meaning the Poles stand a decent chance of making it to the last 16 stage.
It has now been revealed that Serbia will be one of their first opponents in 2016, with Poland set to host Radovan Curcic’s side in March, with the date and venue yet to be disclosed.
Serbia will also be traveling to Scotland for an international friendly few days ahead of the clash with Poland as the Eastern European side hope to recover from the disappointing Euro 2016 campaign.
Coach Adam Nawalka has yet to reveal his plans with regards to preparations for the showpiece tournament, but we have learned that Serbia will be one of the sides Poland will face in the build up to the European Championships.
Update (18.12.): It has been confirmed that Poland will host Serbia in Poznan on 23 March and face Finland in Krakow on 26 March after their friendly against Northern Ireland had been called off due to the two teams being drawn in the same Euro 2016 group.
Update (04.01.): Serbia head coach Radovan Curcic confirms Scotland friendly called off, as his side are set to face Hungary instead.