The conflict among Poland and Argentina will be a duel of the two groups, not strikers Robert Lewandowski and Lionel Messi,

Poland mentor Czeslaw Michniewicz said on Tuesday before their definitive last World Cup Gathering C match.

Poland top the standings on four focuses and will progress with a success or a draw. Yet, they would be taken out by a loss combined with a triumph by Saudi Arabia over Mexico.

"Since the gatherings were drawn, the entire world has been standing by to see this match," Michniewicz told a news meeting.

"It's a match among Poland and Argentina, not among Lewandowski and Messi.

"It's not tennis where they will play one-on-one and everybody will hold back to see who serves a pro or a lovely hurl. Robert needs his partners, so does Messi."

Argentina have won six out of their 11 games against Poland, while the Shafts won the last time the sides met in 2011 in a well disposed.

"This match is certainly not a well disposed," Michniewicz said. "It will be a battle between two groups who both can in any case advance."

To get it going, Poland should stop one of the world's greats. "It's an extraordinary inquiry, how to stop Lionel Messi," Michniewicz kidded.

 "I think the entire world has been pondering it for the beyond 18 years. Also, I don't believe we will find out however long he's actually playing."

The Poland mentor proceeded to contrast the Argentine striker with a previous Olympic gold medallist in elevated skiing.

"Today at the preparation we discussed Messi following up on the pitch like Alberto Tomba on the slant," Michniewicz said.