England vs Germany live Euro 2020: TV channel, how to watch online, Team news, odds, time
Six teams have already qualified for the Euro 2020 quarterfinals, and two more will do so on Tuesday as the round of 16 concludes. The highlight of the schedule is England's match against Germany at Wembley Stadium.
The Three Lions won Group D with seven points, and while they have yet to concede, they have only scored two goals. Germany finished second in Group F after a late draw with Hungary, setting up a showdown between two of the continent's most talented teams.
Here's how to watch the game and what you need to know:
Date: Tuesday, June 29th, 12:00 p.m. ET
Wembley Stadium is located in London, England.
ESPN and TUDN USA are available on television.
fuboTV live stream (Try for free)
England has a +160 chance, the draw has a +225 chance, and Germany has a +188 chance (via William Hill Sportsbook)
England's lack of scoring is concerning, especially given that they faced a poor Scotland team and a Croatian team that conceded five goals to Spain in a round of 16 loss. While the team clearly has attacking talent, the performances have been underwhelming. The Three Lions have only had six shots on goal in their three group stage games. That won't cut it against a tenacious German team that will be confident in their chances. England will have a chance if players like Phil Foden and Harry Kane can improve their connection, especially in tight spaces.
Germany: Another inconsistent team, we saw a glimpse of their potential in the 4-2 thrashing of Portugal. But, given the defensive issues, will Joachim Low switch to a four-man backline to provide some stability? With how much Joshua Kimmich and Robin Gosens like to get forward, bringing in another defender could be crucial. After the draw with Hungary, expect some changes for this team, with Leon Goretzka, likely earning a starting spot after his heroics off the bench.
How to Watch England vs. Germany Live Streaming for Free
Every Euro 2020 game is available on free-to-air television in the United Kingdom, which means that anyone, no matter where they are, can watch the tournament for free. How? You can, however, tune in and enjoy free U.K. coverage from almost any other country by using one of the best VPN services.
For example, you can watch the England vs. Germany live stream online for free on BBC One and BBC iPlayer. You must, however, have a valid U.K. television license.
England starts strong, but their lack of attacking creativity is their undoing in the end, as Germany wins on a goal from Kimmich. Germany 2, England 1 is my pick.