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How to watch Ukraine vs Germany in the USA and 162 countries- October 10

October 9, 2020 By Michelle Bonsu
Germany will be seeking their first win of their 2020/2021 UEFA Nations League campaign when they travel to face Ukraine on matchday three. Live Soccer TV's match preview provides team news, match facts, and global broadcast listings for Ukraine vs. Germany

Preview: Ukraine vs Germany

2014 World Cup winners Germany will be hoping to really get up and running in their 2020/2021 UEFA Nations League campaign when they lock horns with Ukraine in Kiev this Saturday. Joachim Low's men have failed to win their first two games against Switzerland and Spain after failing to hang on to a narrow 1-0 lead in each case. Despite not losing those games outright - they managed to scrape by to pick up a point each from a draw - it will feel more like four points dropped than two points earned. And to make things worse, Germany were far from their best in their most recent warm-up match against Turkey.

While die Mannschaft had a vastly changed squad, with numerous players out due to rest, illness, or injury, many had expected them to perform better against the visiting Crescent-Stars. After all, prior to that match, Germany had won 14 of their last 20 ties with Turkey, with just three draws during that period, and notably had won their last three meetings with their opponents. Moreover, Turkey had won just one of their last five matches, while Germany had won three of their last quintet during that same time-frame.

However, despite their superior track record, Low's side were unable to make this count as every time they scored, Turkey had a response. Ultimately, the friendly finished as a three-all draw on both sides, which would have been quite pleasing to Turkey's fans and neutrals, but not so much for Germany's supporters.

Meanwhile, their upcoming hosts Ukraine suffered a 7-1 humiliation to reigning World Cup champions France. Given that, prior to that game, the Eastern European outfit had won just two of their last eight away games - against minnows Luxembourg and Lithuania - the result was hardly shocking. To make things even worse for Andriy Shevchenko's side, they went into that friendly match missing a lot of players due to injuries and illness, and many of those same players will not be available for this upcoming clash against Germany.

At the moment, Ukraine actually do sit higher than die Mannschaft in the table, with three points versus Germany's two. They picked up their first and only win on matchday one as they powered to a 2-1 victory against Switzerland, but were no match for a rampant Spanish side as they were crushed 4-0. It goes without saying that things look really dire for the hosts due to their massive injury and illness woes, including all three of their preferred goal-keepers.

As a result, the hosts now have had to bring in Heorhiy Bushchan, Mykyta Shevchenko, and Dmytro Riznyk, who have just one cap between the three of them. It's likely that Bushchan, who went through a real baptism by fire as he was the man between the posts as France cruised to victory, will again have to feature here in what will certainly be a very difficult evening for him and his teammates.

Match facts: Ukraine vs Germany

  • Germany will be seeking to pick up their first win the Nations League - so far die Mannschaft have drawn four and lost their last two games in this tournament

Team news: Ukraine vs Germany

Ukraine: To put it frankly, the hosts are in big trouble. Oleksandr Zinchenko, Mykola Matviyenko, Viktor Kovalenko, Vladyslav Supriaha, Yevhen Konoplyanka, Vitaliy Buyalskyi, Denys Popov, Artem Shabanov, Mykyta Burda, Serhiy Bolbat, and Serhiy Kryvtsov are among he massive list of players who look set to miss this tie due to injuries.

Their nightmare doesn't stop there: goalkeepers Yuriy Pankiv, Andriy Lunin, and skipper Andriy Pyatov have all tested positive for COVID-19, meaning that they will have to field their fourth-choice shot-stopper. Indeed, things have gotten so bad that 45-year-old assistant coach Oleksandr Shovkovskiy actually had to be fielded as a back-up during the team's heavy loss to France. And finally, midfielder Taras Stepanenko also misses out, also as a result of contracting COVID-19.

Germany: Both Leroy Sane and Thilo Kehrer are out due to injuries, while Ilkay Gundogan recently tested positive for COVID-19 and is thus in isolation. However, Timo Werner, who missed out on the team's recent match against Turkey, will be back in the fold after testing positive for COVID-19. Along with Werner, Manuel Neuer, Toni Kroos, Joshua Kimmich, and Serge Gnabry could all feature in the starting XI.

Where to watch Ukraine vs Germany live on October 10, 2020

Ukraine vs Germany kick off at 11:45 PT/14:45 ET/18:45 GMT/20:45 CET

USA: FuboTV,, TUDNxtra, ESPN+, TUDN App

Germany: Das Erste

Australia: Optus Sport

UK: Sky Sports Red Button, SKY GO Extra

Ukraine: Futbol 1, Kanal Ukrayina,,   

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

Ukraine 1 - 2 Germany

October 10, 2020 2:45pmNSK Olimpijs'kyj (Kyiv (Kiev))

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