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England: Pope, James, Stones, Dier, Maguire, Shaw, Rice, Bellingham, Foden, Sterling, Kane.
Subs: Trippier, Ramsdale, Henderson, Walker, Coady, Guehi, Saka, Mount, Toney, Chilwell, Henderson, Abraham.

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Germany: ter Stegen, Kehrer, Sule, Schlotterbeck, Raum, Kimmich, Gundogan, Hofmann, Musiala, Sane, Havertz.
Subs: Baumann, Ginter, Arnold, Werner, Gnabry, Trapp, Muller, Henrichs, Bella-Kotchap, Gosens.

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Referee: Danny Makkelie (Netherlands).

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Of course, on the one hand, this means absolutely nothing. Germany can’t win the group and make it to the finals; England are already relegated from the top tier. But that’s just the price. What about the value?

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Germany could do with a result in their last serious test before the World Cup in November, especially after losing at home to Hungary on Friday evening. But England are even more desperate, after two draws and three defeats in their last five games, one of those losses their biggest setback at home since the 1920s. They haven’t scored a goal from open play in over seven hours of football; with Gareth Southgate booed off after the last two games, it would seem all the goodwill earned by appearances in the 2018 World Cup semis and the Euro 2020 final has, fairly or unfairly, pretty much drained away.

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A win tonight against one of the old enemies, in England’s last match before Qatar, would cut Southgate some precious slack. Anything else will ratchet up the pressure and sour the national mood for the entirety of the two-month run-up to the World Cup. No biggie, then. Kick off at Wembley is at 7.45pm BST. It’s on!

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main events

40 minutes: Germany hog ball but don’t do much with it.

38 minutes: Shaw entered the German square from the left and won a corner. Foden swings inward, and Maguire heads unharmed.

37 minutes: Limp stones shake his head sadly. Bad news for the Stones, for EnglandAnd for Manchester City. Kyle Walker comes in.

36 minutes: The stones are pulled out in full flight, grab the back of his right leg and fall to the ground. Pretty sure it won’t last. On the unfortunate topic, and following up on Kimberly Thunder’s hit, here’s Brendan Large: “Just to warn you I’m going to blame you when Kane breaks a metatarsal a week before the World Cup, after you stupidly described the badge he’d be wearing in Qatar. Won’t journalists learn? Never?” I hear you and I will seek etc., etc.

34 minutes: Germany Check this way and that, before Kimmich tries to find Musiala in the England Chest with a shovel down the left inner channel. There is a lot of energy in the pass and it’s a goal kick. Meanwhile, here’s Kimberly Thunder: “Scott, may I respectfully point out that phrases like ‘Germany suddenly seem a little torn’ or ‘English tails rising after that marvelous impending error’ are traditionally followed by the words and Germany opens the scoring? “I hear you and I will do my best to do better.

32 minutes: Hoffmann and Kahrer unite again lower right. Sterling hit the first cross. Meanwhile, replays of the penalty show Sterling took a good old grip from Kehrer’s shirt… but let it go well before the German full-back fell to the ground. It could have been too weak, even though Sterling was taking an unnecessary chance.

30 minutes: Hoffmann makes a pass to the right to Kahrr, who falls into the penalty area. Germany He wants a penalty kick to pull Sterling’s Kehrer shirt, but the referee isn’t interested.

28 minutes: Germany She suddenly looks a little torn. Kane forces on the right inner channel and shoves Sterling, who is level with the last player…but in an effort to get the ball back to Kane, free to his side, Sterling clumsily takes out a goal kick.

27 minutes: …Ken sees a deadheaded header, then a diagonal shot spins wide to the left. England They finally woke up from their slumber. Much better than the hosts, and Wembley reciprocates!

26 minutes: English tails soaring after that great move and about to miss, Foden makes his way down the right before hitting the byline looking to find Kane with a truncated. Kehrer reads danger admirably and approaches the corner. One corner leads to another, and …

25 minutes: Shaw tore off the left inner channel and rolled a diagonal low pass for Sterling. He drops his shoulder to see Schlutterback and finds himself in one-on-one confrontation with Ter Stegen! He shoots to the bottom left, but the goalkeeper makes a good save.

Raheem Sterling exiled.
Raheem Sterling exiled. Photo: Tom Jenkins/The Guardian

23 minutes: Hoffman turns deep from the right wing. Havertz and Mosiala cannot unite completely in the far center, they both fail to meet each other. Maguire removes. “Monochrome Ajax” is an accurate description of Germany kit,” writes Peter Oh. “Juventus may succeed too.” Surely he does. Distressed Notts County?

21 minutes: The Stones play back lane without looking at Pope from the edge of his six-yard box! Hoffman almost got close to the guard. A few seconds earlier, Stones had over-elaborated and nearly stripped Musiala of his possession. He glared at trouble gently, but he was bothered by his own making. quaking 60 seconds to England center of defence.

19 minutes: Germany They started seeing more ball. England is second only to most things a minute. Their confidence cannot be high; They definitely don’t stream. Passing moves are at a premium for England now.

England coach Gareth Southgate watching the match on the sidelines.
England coach Gareth Southgate watching the match on the sidelines. Photo: Tom Jenkins/The Guardian

17 minutes: Gundogan is looking for Raum, racing through the left inner channel. James cleverly shoves Raum into balance, and while play continues a little further afield, the assistant referee’s flag goes up. It’s a direct free kick to the left of D. Dangerous position, this, but Sane attacks her directly in England Wall, the hosts are obvious.

15 minutes: The German press is causing one or two small problems for England. Musiala closes Maguire which is another corner of Germany. The set piece leads to some rather uninspiring tennis, and eventually England gets rid of their streaks.

13 minutes: Sterling has a probe down the left and one with Rice. It’s great football in a tight space, but the flag is rising due to marginal offside.

11 minutes: The Pope made a heavy touch, allowing Musiala to shut him down. His kick in the front is blocked, and ends up at the feet of Gundogan, who unleashes a shot without damage over the bar from the edge of D. Pope makes a big mistake there, and offers a hand of apology to his teammates.

10 minutes: …and sterling this is About to fire Foden down the middle with a sliding pass. But the Germans closed the door in time.

9 minutes: Kehrer was given plenty of time on the right. He wraps in a cross hoping to find Havertz in the penalty area. Dier comes across to concede the first corner of the game. Raum’s delivery is not good, and England Far on the table…

8 minutes: Foden drives down the middle and finds Kane in acres on the right. Kane tries to get the ball back to Foden, racing into the penalty area, but the cross is too long. goal kick. Both teams started to warm up.

7 minutes: There’s plenty of room now for Musiala, who takes advantage of that by hitting the middle. He has options on both sides, but loses focus for a while, slows down, and lets Rice back in and stop his enemy. Breaking the momentum of the movement, Schlutterbeek sent a simple pass out of play.

5 minutes: There is plenty of room for Shaw to run down the left. All Ken needs to do is find him and England far away. The captain carelessly sends a pass to throw it.

4 minutes: Everything is a bit lousy, so the band hits a beat. When there is something to report, you will be the first to know.

2 minutes: Maguire sprinkles a pass on the right to Kane, who exchanges passes with James and Approximately He wins the first corner of the game. Otherwise, a rather slow start, Wembley is no longer in full sound. Somewhat faint per minute.

23 seconds: Kane puts his arm under Schlutterbeek’s throat, looking upset when the free kick whistles. I’ve seen bookings for less, but 23 seconds into 23 seconds.

Germany roll the ball. Wembley finds his voice again.

One of those minutes was held in silence in memory of Queen Elizabeth II. Sir Geoff Hurst and representative of the German Football Association laid wreaths. Then the Wembley lights go down. The moment was carefully observed.

The difference is out! Lots of old noises like England and Germany Take to the field. Then the national anthem. Germany’s anthem, followed by God Save the King. We’ll be leaving in two minutes.

Gareth Southgate takes positivity to a new level when interviewing for Channel 4. “We felt tonight was a good opportunity to start Luke Shaw. He is a super player. We thought Eric Dier was back in the team and he played really well. We have a lot of good players on the bench. We have a great squad and four right-handers who are really good. At the moment. Kieran Trippier is playing very well and Rhys James was one of the best players in the league at the start of the season. But we know Trent is a very good footballer and that’s why we chose him in the team. It’s been a week of testing, but these are necessary steps for the work team sometimes. The players have been exceptional in the way they have progressed. We will play under pressure when we go to the World Cup, so it doesn’t hurt to be in that position already.”

Harry Kane (74 caps, 50 goals) spoke to Channel 4 (P5, W0, D2, L3): “We need to be more clinical. We got into good areas last night, but we didn’t get the final pass or the final round. In these big games there are good margins, so hopefully we can correct that tonight. We’ve been working really hard on both days. The two we had and hopefully ours will be tonight. We know it’s going to be a tough match. We need to play our own game.”

This is the first time the England national team has played at home since the death of Queen Elizabeth II. She is memorialized on the cover of Match Tonight by the iconic photograph of her handing the Jules Rimet Trophy to Bobby Moore at Wembley in 1966.

Tonight's match programme.
Tonight’s match programme. Photo: John Patrick Fletcher/Action Plus/Rex/Shutterstock

There will also be black corner flags, while fans will form a mosaic of St George’s flag as they hoist God Save the King for the first time at an England match in more than 70 years.

Gareth Southgate is making two changes to his starting lineup following the defeat in Italy. John Stones and Luke Shaw are back, with Kyle Walker and Bukayo Saka falling off the bench. Ivan Toney has also been named a surrogate, hoping to make his debut. Fikayo Tomori and Trent Alexander-Arnold were the two big names removed from the team. Stone, who has returned from suspension, will form three defenses with Harry Maguire and Eric Dyer.

Hansi Flick makes four changes to his starting lineup after the loss to Hungary. Kai Havertz of Chelsea, formerly West Ham player Thilo Kehrer England The young player and current Bayern Munich star will include Jamal Musiala, and Borussia Dortmund’s Nico Schlutterbeek. They replace Thomas Muller, Timo Werner and Serge Gnabry, who fell off the bench, and suspended Antonio Rudiger.

the difference

England: Pope, James, Stones, Dyer, Maguire, Shaw, Rice, Bellingham, Foden, Sterling, Kane.
Subs: Trippier, Ramsdale, Henderson, Walker, Coady, Guehi, Saka, Mount, Toney, Chilwell, Henderson, Abraham.

Germany: Ter Stegen, Kehrer, Soleil, Schlutterbeek, Raum, Kimmich, Gundogan, Hoffmann, Musiala, Sane, Havertz.
Subs: Baumann, Ginter, Arnold, Werner, Gnabry, Trapp, Muller, Henrichs, Bella-Kotchap and Gosens.

Rule: Danny McKelley (Netherlands).

Preamble

Of course, on the one hand, this means absolutely nothing. Germany It is not possible to win the group and reach the finals; England has already been relegated to the first division. But this is only the price. What about the value?

Germany could score in their last serious test before the World Cup in November, especially after losing at home to Hungary on Friday night. But England They are even more desperate, after two draws and three defeats in their last five games, one of those losses being the biggest setback at home since the 1920s. They have not scored a goal from open play in more than seven hours of football; With Gareth Southgate being booed after the last two games, it looks like all the goodwill gained from appearing in the 2018 World Cup semi-finals and Euro 2020 final has been largely exhausted, fair or unfairly.

Tonight’s victory over an old foe, in England’s last game before Qatar, will wipe out some precious slack. Anything else would add pressure and hurt the national mood throughout the two-month World Cup run-up. No big problem then. Kick off at Wembley at 7.45pm GMT. It’s up!

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