Germany vs England time, TV channels, live stream, betting odds for UEFA Nations League game
The latest chapter in the esteemed football rivalry between England and Germany takes place on Tuesday when the two football giants meet in the UEFA Nations League.
England are looking to recover from the shock 1-0 loss to Hungary on Saturday and manager Gareth Southgate will be waiting for a response from his side in every crucial game ahead of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar later this year.
The Three Lions beat Germany at Euro 2021 last summer, but the home side are unbeaten in 10 games since then and arguably represent their biggest test in Group 3 of League A.
Germany are also looking for their first Nations League win, having started with a 1-1 draw with Italy when Joshua Kimmich’s strike canceled out Lorenzo Pellegrini’s opener.
MORE: UEFA Nations League 2022 fixtures, results and group tables
Germany vs. England TV Channels, Live Stream
|United Kingdom||United States of America||Canada||Australia|
|date||Tue, June 7th||Tue, June 7th||Tue, June 7th||Wed, June 8th|
|time||19:45 CET||2:45 p.m. ET||2:45 p.m. ET||04:45 CET|
|TV channel||channel 4||—||—||—|
|stream||All 4||fuboTV, ViX||DAZN||Opus Sport|
UNITED KINGDOM: In the UK, the game is available on free-to-air TV via Channel 4 or their All4 streaming platform.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: The match will be broadcast exclusively on fuboTV in English. It will be available in Spanish on the Univision streaming platform ViX.
Canada: The match can be seen exclusively on DAZN.
Australia: Viewers can follow the action via Optus Sport.
Germany vs England predicted lineups
Hansi Flick is preparing for Marco Reus’ return from illness. Reus’ former team-mate from Borussia Dortmund, Ilkay Gündogan, is about to return to the starting XI in midfield.
Estimated starting line-up for Germany (4-2-3-1, from left to right): Neuer (GK) – Kehrer, Rüdiger, Sule, Henrichs – Kimmich, Gündogan – Sane, Müller, Gnabry – Havertz
Southgate confirmed at his pre-match press conference that defenders James Justin and Fikayo Tomori will not be risked at the Allianz Arena while Phil Foden is absent after testing positive for COVID-19. The choices are Marc Guehi and Raheem Sterling.
Estimated starting line-up for England (4-2-3-1 left to right): Pickford (GK) – Trippier, Maguire, Stones, James – Rice, Phillips – Mount, Grealish, Sterling – Kane
Germany vs England betting odds
|Over 2.5 goals||1/1||-102|
|Both teams score||8/11||-139|
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