Poland finished in second place in their World Cup qualification group and have an impressive squad at their disposal.
Mexico, on the other hand, finished level on points with Canada in their qualification run and can pack a punch on their day.
Poland have qualified for their ninth World Cup but have not made it to the knock-out stages since 1986.
Robert Lewandowski has been in impressive form this season and will need to be at his lethal best in a difficult group.
Mexico have consistently punched above their weight at the World Cup.
Poland and Mexico are on an even footing as far as the head-to-head record is concerned and have won three games apiece out of a total of eight matches played between the two teams.
The previous meeting between Mexico and Poland in the FIFA World Cup took place in 1978 and ended in a 3-1 victory for Poland.
Mexico have played 57 matches in the World Cup without ever reaching the final - the most for any nation in the competition.