Czech captain Tomas Rosicky failed to recover from a calf injury to take his place in the starting line-up for Saturday's crucial final Group A clash against Poland at the Municipal Stadium here.
The Arsenal midfielder's place goes to Viktoria Plzen's Daniel Kolar but otherwise the Czechs are unchanged from the side that beat Greece 2-1 in their last match.
Co-hosts Poland are unchanged from their 1-1 draw with Russia meaning PSV Eindhoven goalkeeper Przemyslaw Tyton keeps his place despite Wojciech Szczesny's return from suspension.
Polish coach Franciszek Smuda also opted to keep defensive midfielder Dariusz Dudka in the side rather than inserting the more attack-minded Maciel Rybus.
Czech Republic 4-2-3-1):
Petr Cech (capt); Theodor Gebre Selassie, Tomas Sivok, Michal Kadlec, David Limbersky: Jaroslav Plasil, Tomas Hubschman; Petr Jiracek, Daniel Kolar, Vaclav Pilar; Milan Baros
Coach: Michal Bilek
Premyslaw Tyton; Sebastian Boenisch, Damien Perquis, Marcin Wasilewski, Lukasz Piszczek; Eugen Polanski, Dariusz Dudka; Ludovic Obraniak, Rafal Murawski, Kuba Blaszczykowski (capt); Robert Lewandowski
Coach: Franciszek Smuda
Referee: Craig Thompson (SCO)