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England came out on top of their group but did not impress at all during the first phase of the Euro. They will have to do better to go further in the competition, especially as they are about to face Germany who finished second in the “Group of Death”.
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Before the England vs Germany Match
England (1st in group D)
The Three Lions finished first in their group. But for their next match, the skill level will increase drastically. They will have to raise their game if they want to beat the second-place team in group F (nicknamed the “Group of Death”). If they managed to get through their group phase without difficulty, it is also because the opposition was quite weak. They will have to rely on the revival of their centre-forward Harry Kane to hope to go further in the competition.
Germany (2nd in group F)
Joachim Low’s Mannschaft will have to raise their game, or at least play like they did against Portugal, if they are to have any hope of reaching the quarter-finals. In attack, they will try to find the efficiency that they lack (notably due to the absence of a clear centre forward). But defensively too, the Germans did not always seem confident. They will have to do better to reach the quarter-finals.
Analysis of the Match Between England and Germany
England: The end of the curse?
England has often had a very competitive team but has rarely won. Their players are often very good individually, but when put together it looks like 11 individuals on the pitch, not a team. Southgate, the English coach, will have to succeed in creating unity between the players.
Germany: Post 2018
In 2018, the Germans went out of the World Cup by the back door. Again this year, they risked elimination before the start of the finals. Their coach even had to go and find players he had stopped selecting, that’s how Hummels and Muller found the colours of Germany.
Latest fixtures between England and Germany
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England and Germany’s Line-ups
England will have to play without Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell. Take a look below at what their team will look like.
On the German side, there are no injuries.
England’s Probable Line-up
- Goalkeeper: Nick Pope
- Defenders: Kyle Walker, John Stones, Harry Maguire, Kieran Trippier
- Midfielders: Kalvin Phillips, Phil Foden, Jack Grealish
- Forwards: Marcus Rashford, Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling
Germany’s Likely Line-up
- Goalkeeper: Neuer
- Defenders: Ginter, Hummels, Rudiger
- Midfielders: Kimmich, Gundogan, Kroos, Gosens
- Forwards: Havertz, Gnabry Havertz, Gnabry, Muller
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