England vs Germany: Clash of Heavy Weights

England vs Germany is the most exciting and heated fixture in international football. Matchday 6 of the UEFA Nations League begins on 25 September 2022.

England will welcome the visitor team Germany on 26 September 2022 at Wembley Stadium.

It is the perfect time for both teams to test the squad and prepare for Qatar. This will be the final international match between the two teams before the FIFA World Cup.

England vs Germany
The last time England vs Germany met was on 8 June 2022, the score being 1-1
Source: 90min.com

In their previous match, Germany lost 1-0 to Hungary, which ended their hope of qualifying for the knockout of the Nations League.

On the other hand, The Three Lions lost 1-0 to Italy and got demoted to League B in the Nations League, extending their winless streak, which includes a long stretch without an open play goal.

England vs. Germany: Head to Head

Both teams have played 34 times against each other in the past. This is their 35th meeting going on in the UEFA Nations League.

In this fierce contents between the two heavy-weight giants, England has won 14 games whereas Germany has managed to win 15 matches and the other five matches ended in a draw.

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The match ended in a 1-1 scoreline during the previous encounter between the two teams. In the dying moment, Harry Kane scored the goal from the penalty spot to draw the match and save England from another shameful defeat.

England match form: L-L-D-D-L

Germany match form: L-W-D-D-D

England vs Germany: Team News


Jack Grealish is suspended in this England team and will miss the clash against Germany. He has already traveled to Manchester to prepare for the upcoming EPL fixture.

Man City defender John Stones returns from the suspension and will likely play against Germany after missing the clash with Italy.

Since England is at the bottom of the group, Gareth Southgate may look to rotate his squad and give a chance to the player’s Tammy Abraham, Ivan Toney, and Jarrod Bowen.


In the German squad, Captain/Goalkeeper Manuel Neuer and Leon Goretzka will miss the match against The Three Lions due to Covid.

Julian Brandt will also be the significant missing due to the illness, whereas Antonio Rudiger is suspended.

England vs Germany: Last 5 Match Analysis

Last five match performance England Germany
Possessions 56.2% 67.6%
Goals scored 1 8
Goals Conceded 7 6
Pass Accuracy 85.2% 87.6%
Fouls per Game 10.4 8.6
Shots 12.6 11
Shots received 9 11.6
Goals per Game 0.2 1.6
Goals Conceded per Game 1.4 1.2

England vs Germany: Players to Watch out

Jamal Musiala

The young playmaker has already established himself as one of the main men in the German Squad.

His ability to carry the ball, drift past the defender, and squeeze in tight spaces may help the team in the transitional phase.

Phil Foden

Phil Foden has established himself as the undroppable player for both the club and country.

Under the influence of Pep Guardiola, he has become a very versatile player and can play in both midfield and forward roles.

Either be it as a wide winger to dribble past the wing backs or the central midfielder to disrupt the ball in midfield. He can swiftly control the game and change the tide of the game.

The English man might be the player to watch out for in the coming World Cup in Qatar.

England vs Germany: Predicted Starting XI

England XI (3-4-3): Ramsdale, Stones, Tomori, Maguire, Trippier, Rice, Bellingham, Chilwell, Mount, Kane, Sterling

Germany XI (5-3-2): Ter Stegen, Hofmann, Sule, Schlotterbeck, Raum, Kimmich, Gundogan, Musiala, Muller, Sane, Havertz

England vs Germany: Match Prediction

Both teams have lost their previous fixture and will be willing to win this clash. England will have this last chance to spark the momentum for the upcoming WorldCup whereas Germany would be desperate to bound back after their shocking loss against Hungary. We believe that the match might end in a draw despite the effort of both teams to win the game.

Prediction: England 1-1 Germany.

England vs Germany: Match Broadcasting

England vs Germany will kick off at 7:45 PM (UK Time)

UK: Channel 4 Sport, BBC Radio 5, Premier Sports 1

USA: FuboTV, ViX

Germany: Danz Esports

India/Nepal: Sony Ten 2, SonyLIV