Netherlands Vs Germany: Live Stream And TV Channel For Euro 2020 Qualifying Clash
Germany will host the Netherlands on Friday for their next Euro 2020 qualifying clash, and here's how to watch the action LIVE.
Joachim Low's men have picked up three wins so far and are in second place behind Group C leaders Northern Ireland, who have won four qualifying matches in a row.
But Holland boss Ronald Koeman will demand his men secure a crucial win as the Netherlands are third and have won one and lost one in their qualifying campaign for the Euros.
Here's how to watch all of the action LIVE in the United Kingdom on Friday night.
What TV channel is it on?
Sky Sports will show all of the action LIVE from the clash between the two European powerhouses.
Coverage for Germany against the Netherlands will start from 7.40pm on Sky Sports Mix.
Sky subscribers can watch the action online through Sky Go, while non-Sky subscribers can pick up a NOW TV pass to stream the match LIVE.
Sky Go can also be accessed on PC, mobile and tablets, with Sky Go Extra providing access for Xbox and PlayStation owners.
What time is kick-off?
Kick-off for the clash at the Volksparkstadion is 7.45pm.
What are the other Euro 2020 fixtures on Friday?
Estonia and Belarus, who are in Group C, will clash with one another at 5pm.
Both of the Group E fixtures will kick off at 7.45pm as Slovakia take on Croatia and Wales play against Azerbaijan.
There will also be two matches from Group G and three clashes from Group I.
Group C: Estonia vs Belarus (5pm), Germany vs Netherlands (7.45pm).
Group E: Slovakia vs Croatia (7.45pm), Wales vs Azerbaijan (7.45pm).
Group G: Austria vs Latvia (7.45pm), Slovenia vs Poland (7.45pm).
Group I: Cyprus vs Kazakhstan (5pm), San Marino vs Belgium (7.45pm), Scotland vs Russia (7.45pm).
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