The Lions of Teranga reached the quarter-finals of this competition in 2002 - their only previous appearance at the finals - and Aliou Cisse's side would love to, at least, replicate that success this summer.
Robert Lewandowski will lead the line for Adam Nawalka's charges after netting 16 goals in qualifying - more than half of Poland's goals on the road to Russia.
With both sides possessing star quality in attack, punters may expect a glut of goals when these two teams meet.
However Poland's previous three World Cup matches against African opposition has yielded just one goal, and they have also failed to find the net in each of their last five opening fixtures in this competition.
Furthermore, Cisse's charges conceded just three goals in six matches in their final qualifying round and have kept a clean sheet in three of their last four fixtures.
Poland have lost six of their last eight matches in the finals - and they failed to score in each of those defeats.
A hugely impressive qualifying campaign, though, suggested that Nawalka's side possess the necessary qualities to buck that trend on this occasion.
It is, then, William Hill's 13/10 (2.30) quote for Poland to pick up all three points against Senegal that could represent good value for punters ahead of Tuesday's tussle.