England Game Postponed
Game postponed until 4pm Wednesday, Baines not in original XI.
England's game in Poland was controversially postponed on Tuesday night.
Farcically, the stadium's roof had been left open earlier in the day, meaning the 8pm kick off was delayed before the match was eventually called off.
The game will now be played at 4pm on Wednesday.
England's team has already been named and with Baines missing out after Roy Hodgson opted to recall Ashley Cole.
Baines had played the previous four Three Lions games but Hodgson opted for the experience of Cole in Warsaw.
Baines' Everton teammate Phil Jagielka was set to start alongside Joleon Lescott in central defence.
Elsewhere in Europe John Heitinga and Seamus Coleman both helped their sides to away wins.
The Dutch were 4-1 victors in Romania while Ireland triumphed by the same scoreline in the Faroe Islands.
Nikica Jelavic was an unused substitute as Croatia easily saw off Wales 2-0 and Kevin Mirallas was part of the Belgium squad which faced Scotland. Mirallas sprung from the bench in the 56th minute with the score 0-0 and his arrival coincided with the Belgians surging into a 2-0 lead - an advantage they easily maintained until the end of the game.