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England vs. Germany is scheduled for kick-off at 17:00 (GMT+1) on Tuesday, the 29th of June at London's Wembley Stadium. 
 

England defeated Czech Republic by a lone goal on Match Day 3 to finish at the top of Group D with 7 points from two victories and a draw: 2W, 1D & 0L. After recently cementing his place in the starting XI, Jack Grealish put in another great performance for the Three Lions – orchestrating the only goal of the game after picking out Manchester City's Raheem Sterling (12') twelve minutes after kick-off. Gareth Southgate's side haven't really put in a convincing performance considering the quality of players at his disposal. On Tuesday, 



he will return with the 4—2—3—1 formation which has been a mainstay for the English team throughout the length of this tournament. The English captain, Harry Kane is expected to lead the attack once again for this knockout fixture. He remains a subject of a Manchester City £100M bid and is yet to score his first goal in this tournament and will be looking to do so on Tuesday. The three Lions remain unbeaten in all six games across all international competitions: WWWWDW.


 


 

Germany picked up a 2-2 draw against Hungary despite falling behind twice during the game. Adam Szalai (11') was the first to score before Kai Havertz (66') levelled the score-line well into the second half. Moments later, András Schäfer (68') found the back of the net for Hungary before Bayern Munich's Leon Goretzka (84') brought the score-line level again. Germany have conceded a total of five goals in the group stage and although the English attack hasn’t been lethal, the German defense could eventually hand the Three Lions the opportunity to bag more than a goal in a game for the first time in this tournament. 



Joachim Low is expected to lineup with the popular, 3—4—2—1 formation with Bayern's Serge Gnabry leading the attack as a centre-forward. Germany have two defeats, two draws and two victories in six games across all competitions: LDWLWD. They made it to the last-16 after finishing 2nd in Group F with 4 points from: 1W, 1D & 1L.

 

 

The last time both countries met, it ended in a goalless draw. Before that fixture, in March 2017, Germany defeated England by a lone goal. A year earlier, England defeated Germany, 3-2.

 

A 3-1 win for Germany is predicted at full-time.
Venue: Wembley Stadium, London.
Date: Tuesday, June 29, 2021. 
Kick-Off Time: 17:00 (GMT+1). 
Tournament: Euro 2020.

 


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