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England Vs Germany TV Channel And Kick-Off Time

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England Vs Germany TV Channel And Kick-Off Time

It's the day of reckoning. England will go to war with Germany in a fiercely competitive last-16 clash with a place in the quarter-finals of Euro 2020 up for grabs.

The Three Lions face their old rivals after topping Group D, with narrow wins over Croatia and the Czech Republic, with an underwhelming stalemate against Scotland sandwiched in between.

England have not played Germany in a major tournament since the infamous 4-1 round-of-16 defeat at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Karma could have its say tonight.

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England play Germany in the last-16 of Euro 2020 after Joachim Low's side finish second in Group F
England play Germany in the last-16 of Euro 2020 after Joachim Low's side finish second in Group F

Impressing in flashes, Gareth Southgate's side have struggled for consistency with Raheem Sterling scoring the only two goals of the tournament so far - with captain Harry Kane yet to fire.

The Three Lions are, however, the only team at the competition yet to concede a goal and their defensive stability will, surely, hold them in good stead against an attacking German side.

The winner will play either Sweden or Ukraine in the quarter-finals, with a possible semi-final against either Denmark or the Czech Republic.

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When is England vs Germany?

England and Germany will go to war for a place in the Euro 2020 quarter-finals on Tuesday, 22 June at 8pm.

Where is it being played?

It's coming home. No, quite literally. The Three Lions will host the Germans at Wembley Stadium - the home of English football - in a mouthwatering match-up that will grip the entire nation.

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What time is kick-off?

England vs Germany will start at 8pm (BST).

What TV channel is it on?

England vs Germany will be broadcast live on BBC One for free, with kick-off starting from 5pm.

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It can also be live-streamed online for free via the BBC iPlayer.

SPORTbible will be bringing you all the match action, analysis and reaction as it happens, too.

Topics: Euro 2020, England, Germany

Robert Mann
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