England's World Cup qualifier against Poland has been rearranged for 4pm tomorrow UK time after massive rainfall caused tonight's match to be postponed.
Heavy rain had been falling in Warsaw for most of the day and massive pools of water had appeared on the pitch long before the game was due to start.
Italian referee Gianluca Rocci inspected the National Stadium pitch at 9pm (8pm UK time), by which time it already seemed the cause was hopeless.
However, it was decided to wait another 45 minutes before making a final decision. Officials said it was too dangerous to close the Stadium's retractable roof.
In the end though, with rain continuing to fall, there was no chance of the game being played properly, with coach Roy Hodgson expressing some doubt over its fitness for the game to be played as planned tomorrow.
The England boss added he was happy with the rescheduled time: