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Germany vs Ukraine is live in 149 countries on November 14, 2020: here's how to watch it

November 13, 2020 By Michelle Bonsu
After a narrow win over the Czech Republic in their warm-up friendly, Germany now turn their attention towards beating Ukraine on MD 5 of the Nations League. Live Soccer TV's match preview provides team news, global broadcast listings as well as key match facts for Germany vs Ukraine.

Preview: Germany vs Ukraine

Following a hard-fought 1-0 win over the Czech Republic in their warm-up friendly tie, Germany will now turn their attention towards overhauling Spain, who still sit at the top of Group 4. Despite losing 1-0 to Ukraine on matchday four, the Spaniards nonetheless have a one point advantage over the 2014 World Cup winners, who come into their upcoming clash with Ukraine level on points with their hosts. Should they win this match, they will then move to nine points, but they will be hoping that bottom-ranked Switzerland can also do them some kind of favor and ensure that Spain fail to win their own tie to help them move into top spot ahead of their crunch clash next week.

It's hardly been an impressive 2020 for Joachim Low's side, who are still unbeaten in this calendar year but have drawn more (four) than won (two) of the games they have featured in. Simply put, if they win both of these final two matches, they will be in pole position to secure top spot in this quartet. Although they've already qualified for the upcoming EURO tournament, winning their group would certainly do wonders to boost the team's and supporters' confidence - especially after a difficult past few years that saw die Mannschaft crash out of the 2018 World Cup and finish bottom of their group at the inaugural Nations League tournament.

As for the visitors, they have already secured their spot at next year's EURO tournament after finishing ahead of Serbia, and more impressively, EURO 2016 winners Portugal during their qualifying process. Currently managed by Andriy Shevchenko, they sit in third, but thanks to their win over Spain, they do have a chance - albeit quite slim - of actually topping their quartet. If they can beat Germany, and then head to Switzerland and pick up all three points there, it just may happen. Of course, Ukraine will also need La Nati to defeat Spain as well. However, they come into this game having lost 2-0 to Poland in their most recent game prior to this match. 

Team news: Germany vs Ukraine

Germany: Niklas Sule has been able to return to the team after recovering from COVID-19. In addition, Low will definitely field players like Manuel Neuer, Timo Werner, Leroy Sane, and Toni Kroos after resting them all during the friendly match against the Czech Republic.

However, players like Jonas Hoffman, Robin Gosens, and Benjamin Heinrichs could all miss out here due to various injuries - but it's not likely any of them would've featured anyway as this is a must-win game for Low's men.

Ukraine: In contrast to last month when they were hit with a spate of injuries and COVID-19 cases, the visitors arrive in Germany with a much stronger squad, personnel wise. One absentee, however, for them will be Yevhen Konoplyanka, who wasn't even called up for international duty.

Where they stand: Germany vs Ukraine

Here's how things look in the table ahead of Germany's match against Ukraine on MD 5.

Match facts: Germany vs Ukraine

  • Germany and Ukraine have met seven times prior to Saturday's encounter
  • That includes a 2-1 win for die Mannschaft in Kiev last month
  • So far, the Ukrainians have NEVER beaten Germany
  • Germany's record thus far: W4 D3

Where to watch Germany vs Ukraine live on November 14, 2020

Germany vs Ukraine kick off at 11:45 PT/14:45 ET/19:45 GMT/20:45 CET


Germany: DAZN, ZDF

Australia: Optus Sport

UK: SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Red Button

Ukraine: Kanal Ukrayina,,, Futbol 1

Live elsewhere? Here are your options to watch Germany vs Ukraine live from your current location:


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Germany 3 - 1 Ukraine

November 14, 2020 2:45pmRed Bull Arena (Leipzig)

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