England vs Germany LIVE: Stream FREE, TV channel, kick-off, team news for TONIGHT'S Euro 2020 Last 16 clash
THERE are few rivalries to stir the emotions in football as when England face Germany.
And the Three Lions have more unhappy memories than they would care to recall over the decades from facing the ruthless Germans.
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There's the glory of 1966 but also the agony of 1990, 1996 and the desolation of 2010.
Then again, this is a generation of England players who seem determined not to be weighed down by the woes of previous teams.
When is England vs Germany and what time does it kick off?
- England vs Germany takes place on Tuesday, June 29.
- The Euro 2020 last-16 tie kicks off at 5pm in the UK.
- The match will be held at Wembley Stadium.
What TV channel is England vs Germany on and can I live stream it?
- The game is being broadcast on BBC One.
- Coverage begins at 4pm and ends at 6.30pm with the Sweden vs Ukraine tie being shown straight afterwards.
- You can live stream the match on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.
- The clash is also being streamed in 4k Ultra HD on iPlayer Beta.
What is the team news?
Gareth Southgate has a near-full bill of health with his players.
Harry Maguire provides an extra defensive option after missing the first two games but playing 90 minutes against the Czechs.
Ben Chilwell and Mason Mount have to train on their own until Monday at midnight, so they are eligible for this clash.
But it remains to be seen whether Gareth Southgate will have the pair involved in the tie, with Jack Grealish and Bukayo Saka impressing during the Czech Republic win.
Other than that, neither side have any major injury concerns.
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What are the Euro 2020 Last fixtures?
Saturday, June 26
- Wales v Denmark – BBC One/BBC iPlayer, 5pm
- Italy v Austria – BBC One/BBC iPlayer, 8pm
Sunday, June 27
- Netherlands v Czech Republic – ITV1/ITV Hub, 5pm
- Belgium v Portugal – ITV1/ITV Hub, 8pm
Monday, June 28
- Croatia v Spain – ITV1/ITV Hub, 5pm
- France v Switzerland – ITV1/ITV Hub, 8pm
Tuesday, June 29
- England v Germany – BBC One/BBC iPlayer, 5pm
- Ukraine v Sweden – BBC One/BBC iPlayer, 8pm
- James Orr
SunSport columnist Jose Mourinho has picked his England starting XI to face Germany tonight!
And the Special One has opted to bring in Chelsea star Reece James to the right side.
- James Orr
PATH TO THE FINAL
So it's Sweden or Ukraine in the quarter-final for tonight's victors.
Sweden vs Ukraine takes place following this game tonight at 8pm in Hampden Park.
Then it would be Denmark or Czech Republic (again) in the semi-final.
The Danes, who are looking to shock the world and win the tournament for Christian Eriksen, crushed Wales 4-0 in Amsterdam and now face the Czechs in Baku.
- James Orr
TOP CORNER SECRET?
Germany have a secret list of penalty takers if needed against England tonight and 'can hardly lose', German media claim.
Bild have released a list of who will take the penalties if tonight's Euro 2020 crunch clash goes all the way.
The report in Bild says 'penalty shootouts are our speciality' and Low's side have been practising since Saturday.
And the five players named as German penalty takers are – Toni Kroos, Thomas Muller, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka and Kai Havertz.
A back-up list in case any of those players are not on the pitch is made up of Ilkay Gundogan, Marcel Halstenberg and Matthias Ginter.
The report also poked fun at England's poor penalty record having lost six of their eight shoot-outs since 1990 – 'against us, among others'.
- James Orr
GET THE LÖWDOWN
Here's all you need to know to swat up on tonight's opponents.
It's been a tournament of mixed performances so far for Germany.
Which side will turn up at Wembley?
- James Orr
SunSport readers have delivered their verdict on who should start tonight's huge Euros showdown with Germany.
England take on Die Mannschaft at Wembley in a 5pm kick-off, with a place in the quarter-finals at stake.
And you've chosen Arsenal sensation Bukayo Saka, 19 to keep his place in the starting XI after his stunning performance against Croatia in the final group stage game.
- James Orr
WELCOME FROM WEMBLEY
The day has finally arrived!
England take on Germany tonight in a Euro 2020 Last 16 tie that the whole world will be watching.
Wembley Stadium plays host – just like it memorably did in 1966 and 1996.
And 45,000 rabid Three Lions fans will be watching from the stands when we kick off at 5pm.
It’s either Sweden or Ukraine up next in the quarter-final for the winner.
The tournament has been blown WIDE OPEN with world champs France and holders Portugal crashing out in successive nights at the Last 16 stage this week.
Like France vs Switzerland last night, tonight’s battle will go to extra-time and penalties if the score is level.
England boss Gareth Southgate said: “The game is probably worthy of more than the second round stage.
"But then so is Belgium against Portugal and one or two others.
“It's a great opportunity for this team to make some history and give people memories of England-Germany fixtures for the future, that are a little different to some of the ones they've been flooded with over the last few days which mean absolutely nothing to them because they weren't born.”
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