|Attempts off target||0||0|
|2||Republic of Ireland||Georgia|
|3||Wales||Bosnia and Herzegovina|
Jacek Kielb and Patryk Małecki both scored twice as Poland won 5-0 away to Liechtenstein at Sportpark Eschen-Mauren to replace Spain as the leaders of Group 4.
The result may not have been in doubt but Liechtenstein were two minutes away from going in at half-time on level terms when Kielb finally broke the deadlock for the visitors. Małecki struck his first of the night in the 59th minute before the in-form Wisla Kraków striker registered Poland's third in the 73rd.
Kielb was the next man on the scoresheet with ten minutes to play, but neither forward was able to complete a hat-trick as substitute Artur Sobiech struck the fifth in added time. Poland have nine points from four matches, three ahead of a Spain side who have a perfect record from two outings – the first a defeat of the Poles.
|1||Benjamin Büchel (GK)||1||Wojciech Szczęsny (GK)|
|2||Andreas Christen (C)||2||Mariusz Gancarczyk|
|3||Oliver Spalt||3||Kamil Glik (C)|
|4||Daniel Kaufmann||4||Adam Marciniak|
|5||Valentin Flatz||5||Michal Plotka|
|6||Nicolas Hasler||6||Jacek Kiełb|
|8||Lucas Eberle||8||Michal Janota|
|10||Sandro Wieser||10||Patryk Małecki|
|12||Mario Tichy (GK)||12||Grzegorz Sandomierski (GK)|
|16||Christoph Duelli||16||Mateusz Siebert|
|17||Armando Heeb||17||Adrian Basta|
|18||Tolgahan Ünlü||18||Ariel Borysiuk|
|René Pauritsch (LIE)||Andrzej Zamilski (POL)|
|Lasha Silagava (GEO)|
|Zaza Menteshashvili (GEO), Zaza Pipia (GEO)|
|Georgi Vadachkoria (GEO)|