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Is England vs Germany on TV? Channel, live stream and kick-off time

Ben King

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Is England vs Germany on TV? Channel, live stream and kick-off time

England welcome their old rivals Germany to Wembley Stadium for their final clash in Group A3 of the Nations League, and both sides will be desperate to finish the international break with three points.

The Three Lions will be playing purely for pride this evening, as their relegation from League A of the competition was confirmed after their 1-0 defeat to Italy on Friday. 

It has been a seriously disappointing showing from Gareth Southgate’s men in this year’s competition and pressure is cranking up on the 52 year-old.

He has failed to lead his side to a single win in their last 5 games, and they have only managed to score one goal in this time too.

Whilst Germany cannot top the Group and go through to the finals with three points this evening, they can go above Italy and into second place, providing the Azzurri don’t beat Hungary who are at the top of the pile after 5 games.

The two nations will be disappointed with their displays this calendar year, but both England and Germany will be fully concentrated on putting in a good performance this evening, in order to give them a bit of confidence ahead of the World Cup in two months' time.

Here's everything you need to know about England vs Germany

England vs Germany TV channel, live stream and kick-off time

UK viewers will be able to watch England vs Germany live on Channel 4, or via a livestream on the Channel 4 website or the All 4 app.

Pre-match coverage begins at 7pm BST, with the match scheduled to kick-off at 7:45pm BST.

England vs Germany Team News:

Jack Grealish is serving a suspension after picking up a yellow card against Italy, but John Stones is back in contention to play after completing his ban.

Hansi Flick is without Manuel Neuer, Leon Goretzka and Julian Brandt due to illness, and the German is also unable to select former Chelsea man Antonio Rudiger due to a suspension.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: England, Germany, UEFA Nations League

Ben King
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