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England vs Germany: Wembley to host titanic tussle between familiar foes on June 29th

June 28, 2021 By Michelle Bonsu
England and Germany, two very familiar foes, will renew acquaintances at Wembley stadium with a spot in the quarter-finals awaiting the victor.

Preview: England vs Germany

21 years after meeting at Euro 2000, England and Germany will renew acquaintances, with a spot in the quarter-finals awaiting the victor. This will be the third meeting between the two very familiar sides in this competition; to date, both have won once. The Three Lions booked their ticket to the round of 16 thanks to winning their quartet, while die Mannschaft successfully navigated their way through this tournament's so-called "Group of Death" to also earn a spot at this juncture.

England have yet to really get up and running. Gareth Southgate's men may have gotten through without conceding a goal - they and Italy are the only teams to have done this - but it was far from an assured performance. In short, the Three Lions have yet to roar. They scored just two goals in their three games, grinding out 1-0 wins over Croatia and the Czech Republic and were quite disappointing as they had to settle for a scoreless stalemate with Scotland. Several players, including Tottenham star Harry Kane have been criticized heavily by pundits for failing to make their marks, and the pressure will be on England to kick it up a notch as they certainly will want to take part in the final, which will be at Wembley on July 11th.

Like England, Germany have not had the strongest showings so far this tournament. Die Mannschaft opened proceedings with a 1-0 loss to France, with veteran defender Mats Hummels scoring an embarrassing own goal that unfortunately ended up being the deciding factor. They did show brilliance as they overpowered Portugal during a six-goal thriller, but were shockingly disappointing against minnows Hungary.

In fact, at one point, it looked like Germany weren't going to qualify as Hungary refused to give up without a desperate fight, which would have meant that die Mannschaft, who are the joint-most successful side in this competition along with Spain, would have suffered an early exit.

Fortunately, Leon Goretzka's goal saved the day, as Germany were able to secure a draw and end Hungary's hopes at sneaking into the round of 16. It's been hardly a vintage Germany side fans have seen, but they're also here at this point, meaning that this match will be anyone's game. Will we see England or Germany hit their stride at this crucial juncture?

Team news: England vs Germany

England: Although there are no injury worries for England, Southgate likely will have to make do without Chelsea duo Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell. That's because both were forced to self-isolate after coming into contact with Scotland's Billy Gilmour; despite both England players testing negative, it's not likely either will be able to feature here.

Germany: Lukas Klostermann remains Germany's only long-term absentee as he continues to battle his way back to fitness following a thigh issue. Meanwhile, Jonas Hoffman has recovered from a knee problem, but isn't expected to feature here, but Antonio Rudiger could return after missing training due to a cold. Finally, Thomas Muller may be reinstated to the starting XI after coming on as a sub during Germany's draw with Hungary.

Match facts: England vs Germany

  • This will be the 21st meeting between England and Germany...
  • ...and it will be the 13th meeting featuring the two sides at Wembley
  • England's head to head with Germany: W6 D2 L12
  • England's record against Germany at Wembley is W4 D2 L6...
  • ...while England won four of their first five, including the 1966 WC final, they're winless in their last seven clashes against the four-time World Cup winners (D2 L5)
  • The Three Lions have won just one of their last five meetings with die Mannschaft (D1 L3)
  • England and Germany are meeting in a EURO championship for the third time. Both sides have won once

Where to watch England vs Germany live on June 29, 2021

England vs Germany kick off at 09:00 PST/12:00 EST/17:00 BST/18:00 CET

USA: FuboTV, Sling TV, TUDN Radio, TUDN App, SiriusXM FC, Univision, ESPN, TUDN USA, TUDN.com, Univision NOW

UK: BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Web, BBC One

Germany: sportschau.de, SRF zwei, MagentaTV, Das Erste

Australia: Optus Sport

Canada: TVA Sports, TSN1, TSN4, TSN.ca, TSN App

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

England 2 - 0 Germany

June 29, 2021 12:00pmWembley Stadium (London)

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