England media officer Adrian Bevington was visibly irked by the delays in deciding whether the Three Lions' World Cup qualifier against Poland would go ahead.
As Roy Hodgson's side were left in limbo, Bevington told Gabriel Clarke: "It looks unplayable, and that's an understatement". To watch the interview in full, visit ITV Sport.
The head of the Polish referees' committee has told ITV Sport's Gabriel Clarke that there is no way this game will be played tonight, admitting that the pitch is not in a fit state.
He also confirmed that while England's players are happy for the match to be played on Wednesday evening, the Polish squad are unhappy with a 24-hour delay.
A pitch inspection is due to at 8.45pm.
England manager Roy Hodgson has tested out the pitch in Warsaw, as both England and Poland players wait to hear whether the match will go ahead due to heavy rain. A pitch inspection is due at 8.45pm. For more coverage visit ITV Sport.
England players are in their tracksuits and trainers and are waiting for the coach ready to leave stadium, ITV's Gabriel Clarke is reporting.
The situation is currently being assessed by the officials to determine whether the match can go ahead. We will keep you updated. #worldcup
ITV Sport reporter Gabriel Clarke has said that FIFA has told the media in the stadium they will try for the next 45 minutes to an hour to get England's World Cup qualifier against Poland in Warsaw underway, despite the waterlogged pitch.
A decision will be made at 8pm UK time on whether the England v Poland World Cup qualifier in Warsaw will go ahead.