Last Updated: 16/10/12 9:06pm
Thanks to all of those who got in touch and helped to pass the time. Make sure you join us again tomorrow when we will have another go at bringing you live and interactive coverage of England's latest step on the road to Brazil 2014.
Probably the best option for all concerned. Trying to fit the game into an already hectic calendar further down the line would only serve to cause more problems. England have prepared themselves for this fixture and they will want to get it played. They are professionals and they will be ready.
England players in good spirits as they head for the team bus. FIFA still keen for the game to be played inside the next 24 hours. The Three Lions might be back in the not too distant future!
A decision has been made...and the game is off. Waterlogged pitch. Still no word on when it will take place.
Mariusz from Poland has been in touch. He says: 'Roof cannot be closed as it's of that construction it collected lots of water while closed. It might break if closed now... And, supposedly, it was England and Poland managers that didnt want the roof to be closed earlier this day.'
Still we wait for an official decision. No way this can happen after the last pitch inspection. Let everyone go home and try again tomorrow. 3pm on Wednesday has been mentioned.
Another popular shout - Paul Grubb gets the mention as he is tuning in from the States: 'Do we have assistant referee's or Life Guards on standby tonight?'
Mike Flynn needs a decision. He says: 'The game has 20 mins to start. Mrs is back from yoga at 9 and if there is no football on, she will want me to talk to her!'
England can't get out of/ don't want to get out of friendly dates with Sweden and Brazil, so no chance of switching game to those international weeks. FIFA keen for game to be played within 24 hours of original schedule.
Why didn't FIFA ask for the roof to be closed. It is in their best interests for the game to go ahead tonight. It's not going to and they now need to squeeze it in at some other time.
More dives from pitch invaders. Never usually get much attention, but at least they providing some entertainment.
Hearing that the England players are changed and ready to go. That will make things interesting if they are told to get their kit back on!
FIFA to have final say on when game goes ahead. Tomorrow appears most likely, but Poles not happy about that. Decision may be taken out of their hands.
Fan now on the pitch. He does 'a Klinsmann' across the playing surface. Cheers from the crowd, before he is escorted away. He leaves with a smile on his face.
Haha. Like this from Greg Norman. 'Saw this on twitter from somebody named @boothalow - BREAKING NEWS: Cliff Richard seen boarding a plane on his way to Warsaw. I don't have twitter, but my son thought it was funny - and so do I!'
Still a lot of hardy souls still inside the stadium. Wishful thinking keeping them in their seats. The pitch still has puddles all over it. Goalmouths unplayable. It's dangerous.
Richard Hallward lives in Warsaw. This is his opinion: 'There can be little doubt the Poles thought they would pull a fast one by getting the pitch a bit damp, didn't work out so well - much as I love them.'
Matt Roberts: 'I've been told that when the game kicks off the commentators can swear all they want. After all it is past the watershed.'
Tim Caulfield: 'Would it be offensive if England come out wearing flippers & snorkels & ask to play from the shallow end?'
James is one of a select few who are happy to wait a bit longer. He says: 'Can we delay kick off for another 3 1/2 hours so that the Auckland pubs will be open, beer + football = perfect!'
Poland players still in full kit. They are keen as mustard! England players will want it played too as they have big games at the weekend and really don't want this put back to Wednesday.
All sorts of conspiracy theories doing the rounds. Some saying added delay will allow players to leave before fans. Hodgson is still knocking around, so I imagine the players are still here.
Enjoying some of the comments which are continuing to make their way to my inbox. Not all suitable for publish, though. Keep them coming to Chris.Burton@bskyb.com or @SkySportsChrisB as we look to fill time.
Thanks to Piotr E. Dulanowski for getting in touch from Poland. He says: '1) the roof can't be closed because there's a lot of water on it and may cause danger of collapse. 2) there's no drainage under the pitch !! 3) the stadium is new and the most expensive in Poland (cost about 250 M EUR)'
Perry Sheldrick believes someone will need to take responsibility for this. He says: 'What an absolutely farcical situation the football authorities in Poland have dealt with this in a particularly slack fashion. The very fact that they knew the outlook was for heavy rain suggests that a decision should have been made this morning to close the roof without question. Instead this indecision has amounted to a scenario which has put the game in jeopardy with no degree of careful reasoning, and for that the Polish FA must be made accountable.'
England prepared to play the game tomorrow if needs be. Apparently the team haven't checked out of their hotel yet - it's alright for some!
If, and it's a big if, the game goes ahead, this delay will have done nothing for the players. They will have been sitting around twiddling their thumbs for the best part of two hours without getting out onto the field.
More sarcasm courtesy of Chris Neeves. We might as well fill the time with as many of these as we can get through. He says: 'Is this some kind of under hand tactic from the Poles to upset our nice passing game?'
Enjoyed this from Bob Hill tuning in from Florida, where I imagine they have no such troubles. He says: 'Let's hope England win the toss and play with the tide in the first half1'
FIFA still keen to get this game on. They want 45 minutes to an hour to try and work on the pitch. Good luck to them!
Hodgson out on the field flashing evils at the officials. Ball is rolling, very slightly. Referee making his way all over the field, testing all areas. All the same!
Heating system is on. Can't see that clearing the standing water. Closing the roof would have solved all of this. Polish official says they didn't know it would rain this hard for this long.
Fans not happy - understandably. Pitch looks waterlogged. No way the officials will be able to get a ball to run across the turf. Polish officials saying kick-off could be delayed if there is a chance of getting pitch playable.
The stadium has a roof, but it has been left open! Someone is going to get their wrist slapped if this game is called off. Hodgson still shaking his head on the sidelines. He doesn't look like he wants to play.
Heavy rain has been falling in Poland and the pitch is in a right state. Puddles all over the place and neither side has come out to warm up. We might not get a game here.
Samuel Margo sees England edging a close encounter. He says: 'I think England will win 2-1 with Lewandoski scoring for Poland and Rooney double for England.'
For all the talk of Ashley Cole in the build-up to the game, it is also worth noting that Steven Gerrard wins his 99th cap tonight. Great achievement by both - loyal servants to their country and deserve to become centurions.
Interesting point made by Liam Newman. He says: 'Tonight is the first key test to see who inherits Terry's CB role. At 30, Jags and Lescott need to take the opportunity.'
Elliot Freeman thinks Hodgson should have mixed things up more last time out, but is backing England to get the job done tonight. He says: 'Should get the win today, although I think adam Lallana and other young players should have got a run out against San Marino, with more of the senior players being rested for this match.'
Katy is another expecting England to pick up three points in Poland tonight. She says: 'Milner to score first from a corner, Rooney and Defoe to make it 3-0 England.'
One piece of good news for England, Stuart Pearce's U21s have won in Serbia and are through to the 2013 European Championships. Ugly scenes at the final whistle, but the Young Lions have got the job done.
Focusing on events on the field - has Hodgson named a winning line-up? Will England lack width? Get your thoughts in to Chris.Burton@bskyb.com or @SkySportsChrisB.
England team has now been confirmed, and they will line up as expected. Another piece of breaking news from Poland - the England band have been refused entry and their instruments impounded. Tonight, I am told, will be only the second time in 20 years that they have been missing.
The starting XI believed to have been selected by Hodgson for tonight's game is: Hart, Johnson, Jagielka, Lescott, Cole, Milner, Gerrard, Carrick, Cleverley, Rooney, Defoe.
Gabriel Sutton is the first to get in touch, and is backing England to come out on top. He says: 'If I was Hodgson, I would probably have rested more players against San Marino in preparation for this game and taken Rooney off earlier than he did. Realistically speaking we were always going to win that.I think, on balance, England should win this in the end - looking at the Poland team, Lewandowski is the only player who would worry me. I'll say 3-1 to England.'
Roy Hodgson is believed to have made six changes to his starting XI for tonight's game, with Ashley Cole, Steven Gerrard and Glen Johnson among those to have been drafted back in. We will bring you the official team sheets shortly.
Can England pick up three points on the road? Can Poland stun the Three Lions on home soil? Who will the players to keep an eye on? What have you made of England so far? Let me know your thoughts.
Feel free to air your opinions prior to kick-off by contacting me direct at Chris.Burton@bskyb.com or @SkySportsChrisB.
If you fancy a flutter ahead of kick-off, England are 10/11 favourites to come out on top in Poland with the hosts 16/5. The draw is priced at 12/5. England skipper Steven Gerrard is 9/1 to be the first man on target while Polish targetman Robert Lewandowski is 9/1.
Roy Hodgson will be well aware of the threat posed by the hosts and will set his side up accordingly - with it important for him to see his team put in a performance which will raise morale on the road to Brazil 2014.
Poland have taken four points from their two fixtures so far and will feel that they have plenty of players at their disposal that could trouble England.
The Three Lions huffed and puffed slightly against European minnows San Marino on Friday and will need to step things up in what promises to be a tough test on the road.