UEFA Nations League 2022/23 – Germany vs England, match preview, predicted lineups

Ger vs Eng
Match no. 44 of Nations League 2022/23 between Germany and England takes place today

Germany take on England in both teams second UEFA Nations League 2022/23 fixture as the competition moves ahead. Both teams will be looking for a win here.

Kick-off : 8:45 PM (Local)

Venue : Allianz Arena, Munich

Germany were not at their best in the 1-1 draw in Italy but they will certainly look to bounce back and overcome an England side that were beaten in Hungary in their opening fixture. Germany will look to play their brand of football.

Die Mannschaft know England are a tough team and their rivals so they must be at their best. Germany have two more fixtures in June against Hungary and Italy.

Boss Hansi Flick will likely use the 4-2-3-1 formation against England with a solid backline and a plethora of options up front.

On he other hand, England were obviously bad in Hungary as they suffered a disappointing defeat. They doesn’t have things any easy as they now face an even tougher away game in Germany in the Nations League.

The Three Lions are at the bottom of their group. They have games against Italy and Hungary left in June.

Manager Gareth Southgate will likely deploy a 4-3-3 formation on Tuesday with the emphasis on a good defence and opportunities up front.

Team news and possible lineups

Marco Reus is a doubt for Germany ahead of the England game.

As for the English, Raheem Sterling is available and likely play.

Germany XI : Neuer, Kehrer, Sule, Rüdiger, Raum, Gundogan, Kimmich, Gnabry, Muller, Musical, Havertz.

England XI : Pickford, James, Maguire, Stones, Alexander-Arnold, Rice, Phillips, Saka, Sterling, Kane, Grealish.

Prediction

I think Germany are a stronger team at home and England have not been good in the Nations League and might loose this one 1-2.

 

 

Alankrit Mathur

Hi, I am Alankrit Mathur. I have a passion for Football & Cricket. I love to write blogs about the above mentioned sports.

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