The clash between England and Germany is such a promising match of the tournament throughout Euro 2020. The Three Lions will take on Die Mannschaft at their own ground – Wembley Stadium.

England vs Germany Euro 2020


Recent performances

England made it into Euro 2020’s round of 16 as the winner of Group E; however, they still get criticism from their fans due to an unconvincing playstyle. England defeated Croatia and the Czech Republic with both 1-0 scores and took a 0-0 draw against Scotland.

England football team

England are now on a nine-game unbeaten streak since last November’s loss to Belgium


Germany also struggles in the group stage, they were beaten by France in their opening match, defeated Portugal 4-2 in their next game before having a thrilling 2-2 draw against Hungary. 

German football team

Germany will need to improve themself if they want to beat England


  • Head-to-Head

Germany holds a slight edge in the head-to-head record with six wins in eleven competitive meetings. Their most memorable match in European Championship is from Euro 1996 quarter-final, where current England manager Gareth Southgate missed in the penalty shoot-out. 

German in Euro 1996 quarter-final


Injuries & Suspensions

England will possibly be without Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell; the Chelsea duo is forced to self-isolate after coming into close contact with Billy Gilmour, who tested positive for CoVid-19. However, Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson will be fully fit for this game. 

Germany also have two doubtful players: Jonas Hoffman and Lukas Klostermann; however, they are all player to for substitution, and Joachim Lowe will have a fit squad to choose from. 


Possible line-ups


  • Goalkeepers: Jordan Pickford
  • Defenders: Kyle Walker – John Stones – Harry Maguire – Luke Shaw
  • Midfielders: Declan Rice – Kalvin Phillips – Phil Foden
  • Forwards: Jack Grealish – Raheem Sterling – Harry Kane



  • Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer
  • Defenders: Matthias Ginter – Mats Hummels – Antonio Rudiger
  • Midfielders: Joshua Kimmich – Toni Kroos – Leon Goretzka – Robin Gosens
  • Forwards: Kai Havertz – Thomas Muller – Serge Gnabry



This will be a tight game between two of Euro 2020’s strongest teams and possibly decided by moments (like the clash between Belgium and Portugal). However, England’s system and tactic are questionable, we expect a close win for Germany.

England  1-2  Germany (A.E.T)



Author: Kuyet @ TrophyRoom


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