· Poland have won both World Grand Prix matches against Canada by a 3-1 score. In July 2014 and last week.
· They also won both encounters against Canada at the 1974 World Championship without conceding a set.
· Tamara Kaliszuk (POL, 21 points) and Tabitha Love (CAN, 20) scored most points in their match last week.
· Poland's Zuzanna Efimienko contributed with 16 points in that 3-1 win, including 10 from blocks.
· Poland keep exchanging victories with defeats in the 2015 World Grand Prix. On Friday, they lost their fourth match, after winning their third, losing their second and winning their first.
· The hosts of the Group 2 Final Four scored only 53 points against Netherlands on Friday, fewest for them in this year’s edition.
· Poland have won 197 sets in the World Grand Prix thus far (in 115 matches). With a win, they would become the 11th nation with 200+ sets won in the competition.
· Canada also keep exchanging victories with defeats in the 2015 World Grand Prix. On Friday, they won their fourth match, after losing their third, winning their second and losing their first – exactly the opposite compared to Poland.
· Canada have claimed at least one set in each of their last six WGP matches, winning three and losing three of these encounters. This is by far the longest streak for them in the competition. Previous best was three in a row in 2014, although they lost all of these three matches 3-1.
· Canada have lost 47 sets in the World Grand Prix thus far (in 18 matches). With a defeat, they would become the 22nd nation with 50+ sets lost in the competition.