Germany vs England: Kick off time, team news and TV details

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England are back in action on Tuesday night when they take on Germany in the Nations League.

The Three Lions were shamed at the weekend by being beaten by Hungary for the first time in 60 years and will be desperate to avoid back-to-back defeats when they take the field in Munich tomorrow.

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Gareth Southgate’s side will go into the game feeling confident after beating Germany at Euro 2020, which saw them reach the quarter-finals last summer.

On England’s last trip to Munich, they won in a very dominant performance 5-1, with Michael Owen claiming a hat-trick.

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With England bottomed in Group A after Saturday’s defeat, they will be keen to impress this time around.

When does Germany play England?

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The game between Germany and England starts tomorrow (June 7) at 19:45 CET.

The Allianz Arena – home stadium of FC Bayern Munich – will host the Nations League duel.

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Is the game on TV?

Germany vs England will be broadcast live on Channel 4 tomorrow night.

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Coverage of the match will begin at 7pm BST and is expected to end at 10pm.

The game can also be streamed online on All 4.

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Team News

Germany are hoping to welcome Marco Reus back from illness after the Borussia Dortmund striker missed the draw against Italy.

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Joachim Löw’s side have no fresh injury concerns ahead of tomorrow’s game and it is believed Premier League stars Kai Havertz and Ilkay Gundogan, as well as Antonio Rudiger, could start against England.

Meanwhile, Phil Foden is staying out for the Three Lions after testing positive with Covid ahead of the Hungary game.

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Meanwhile, James Justin is questionable after being substituted in Budapest, meaning Bukayo Saka or Kieran Trippier could come at left-back.

Raheem Sterling and Jack Grealish could also return to the starting XI.

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Expected Lineups

Germany: News; Kehrer, Sule, Rüdiger, Raum; Gundogan, Goretzka, Müller; Gnabry, Reus, Havertz.

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England: Pickford; James, Walker, Steine, Maguire, Saka; Rice, Bellingham; Sterling, Grealish, Kane.

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Despite England’s victory over Germany at Euro 2020, Low’s side are the current favorites to win at the Allianz Arena.

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