In a clash of heavyweights, it’s Germany vs England at the Allianz Arena in Munich on Tuesday for an important Group A3 fixture in the UEFA Nations League. The Germans got off to a respectable start in this pod, playing to a 1-1 draw with the Italians on Saturday thanks to a late equalizer from Bayern man Joshua Kimmich. As for the Three Lions, they were quite disappointing on matchday 1, losing 1-0 to Hungary courtesy of a penalty kick from Dominik Szoboszlai.

This will be the first meeting between Germany and England since Euro 2020 when Gareth Southgate’s men beat them 2-0 at Wembley in the Round of 16. This is a very tough group for both sides, with Italy and Hungary also vying to make some noise. Keep reading for the Germany vs England preview, how to watch, start time, and predictions.

Germany vs England start time, location, TV channel

What time does the game start? 

The game is set to kick off at 2:45 PM EST on June 7th, 2022.

Where is the game being played?

The match will take place at the Allianz Arena in Munich.

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How to watch or live stream?

The match can be watched on DAZN in Canada or through live streams via fuboTV (Click for free trial)

Germany vs England preview & predictions

The Germans have been in impressive form after cruising through their World Cup Qualifying group, finishing top with a 9-0-1 record. While there weren’t a lot of daunting opponents, Hansi Flick’s side scored 36 goals and conceded just four times. With Saturday’s stalemate against Italy, Germany is now riding a nine-game unbeaten run. Their last defeat was coincidentally enough versus England at Euro 2020. Prior to the Italy game, the Germans also shared the spoils with the Netherlands in a 1-1 draw in late March.

England fans were absolutely livid with Gareth Southgate after their side lost to Hungary on Saturday and you better believe they’re going to be extremely motivated to bounce back here. It was the first time the Three Lions were beaten by the Hungarians since 1962. The worst part? It was literally all children in the stands in Budapest, who made a point of booing the English players. For a squad with such top-class quality, this was a horrid performance from England, who looked toothless in the final third. The animosity is going to be at an all-time level in Munich too, which should be a good test for the visitors. Needless to say, they need to start finding their best when the Three Lions supporters aren’t behind them ahead of a hopeful run at Qatar.

Germany and England are in similar form right now and the English should be able to salvage a lone point here. There isn’t much separating the two nations.