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England vs Germany: How to watch Euro 2020 online

By Harry Edwards

England vs Germany: How to watch Euro 2020 online

Published: 11:29, 29 June 2021 | Updated: 12:58, 16 July 2021

England will be looking to keep their Euro 2020 glory hopes alive when they welcome Germany to Wembley on Tuesday at 5pm (UK time).

Gareth Southgate’s side finished top of Group D while Germany were Group F’s runners-up, with the winner facing either Sweden or Ukraine in the quarter-finals.

Where to watch England vs Germany on TV:

  • UK: BBC One
  • US: ESPN

 


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Where to live stream England vs Germany:

US ONLY: Fubo* are streaming a selection of Euro 2020 fixtures live for account holders. Those without a Fubo account already can take advantage of their seven-day free trial by following the simple steps below.

  1. Click on this link.
  2. Click ‘Start Your Free Trial’ and enter your details.
  3. Log in and pick your desired channel to watch.

*Geo restrictions apply. Fubo is currently available in the United States, Canada and Spain. Packages and pricing differ per country.


Scoreline prediction: England 0-1 Germany

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England vs Germany build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

With the Euro 2020 final at Wembley, England fans are dreaming of football coming home and the Three Lions finally ending 55 years of hurt. England, who finished fourth at the 2018 World Cup, got off to a positive start at Euro 2020, winning seven points from their three group stage matches. Croatia were the first to fall in a repeat of the 2018 World Cup semi-final, with Raheem Sterling scoring the only goal of the game, before Scotland held England to a goalless draw. England then beat Czech Republic 1-0 to secure top spot and this tasty tie.

Germany’s route to the last-16 wasn’t as straightforward as England’s, with Joachim Low’s side having to navigate the group of death. Up against world champions France in their first game, Germany were beaten 1-0, a result that had some doubting their ability to even get out of the group. But Germany, who have won the European Championships three times, bounced back to beat Portugal 4-2 in their second match, putting them in control of their own destiny. A 2-2 draw with Hungary, in which Germany have to come from behind twice, was enough to see Germany finish above Portugal in second place.

  • England (vs Czech Republic): Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Rice, Phillips; Saka, Grealish, Sterling; Kane.
  • Germany (vs Hungary): Neuer; Rudiger*, Ginter, Hummels; Kimmich, Gundogan*, Kroos, Gosens*; Havertz, Sane; Gnabry.

England have no fresh concerns and will be able to add Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell to the matchday squad, though neither are expected to start. Germany, meanwhile, are sweating of the availabilities of Antonio Rudiger, Robin Gosens and Ilkay Gundogan, who are all doubts.

Players to watch:

  • England: The Three Lions haven’t been too exciting in front of goal at Euro 2020, scoring just twice (fewer than any other team to qualify for the last-16), but they have Raheem Sterling to thank for those strikes. Sterling entered the tournament off the back of an underwhelming personal season at Manchester City in which he struggled to match the high levels he had set for himself, with some believing it could have cost him his starting role for England. But the winger has been trusted by Southgate and it is paying off, with Sterling making up for the lack of attacking threat by scoring both of England’s goals so far. Sterling was a prolific scorer in qualifying for Euro 2020, netting eight times, and he has now scored 14 times in his past 19 appearances for England having managed just two in his first 45 caps. Furthermore, all 16 of Sterling’s goals have come in competitive fixtures, making him the man for the big moment.
  • Germany: Looking to inspire Germany to becoming the first team to score against England at Euro 2020 will be Serge Gnabry, who has taken the responsibility as Low’s most advanced central forward. He’s not a striker per se, nor even a False No.9, instead operating as part of a fluid front three alongside Kai Havertz and Leroy Sane. In this role, Gnabry is something of a pressing forward and can pop up on either wing or as deep as the halfway line, depending on Germany’s needs. But he has still managed to score 16 goals in 25 games for Germany and will be the biggest threat to England’s defence.