Meetings between England and Germany are always eye-catching occasions but the shadow of the upcoming World Cup looms large over Monday's game at Wembley.


Both teams will harbour hopes of getting their hands on that famous trophy in Qatar and both managers will want to get the most out of their final game ahead of the tournament to help them do that.

The pair could not be split in their first Nations League Group A3 fixture in Munich back in June, with Harry Kane's 88th-minute penalty cancelling out Jonas Hofmann's opener, while this is Germany's first visit to English shores since Gareth Southgate's side knocked them out of Euro 2020.

But Hansi Flick's team will be looking forward not backward ahead of Qatar 2022 and have been in ominous form since the last major tournament.

A victory at Wembley would, nonetheless, help them exorcise a few remaining Euro 2020 demons while for the hosts, who have had their struggles this year, there would be no better way to prepare for this winter's tournament than to beat their historic rivals one more time. has rounded up everything you need to know about how to watch England v Germany on TV and online.

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When is England v Germany?

England v Germany will take place on Friday 23rd September 2022.

Check out our live football on TV guide for the latest times and information.

What time is kick-off?

England v Germany will kick off at 7:45pm.

There are plenty of other Nations League matches this week including Scotland v Republic of Ireland.

What TV channel is England v Germany on?

The match will be televised on Channel 4 from 7pm.

How to live stream England v Germany online

You can also live stream the match via All 4 on a range of devices including laptops, smartphones and tablets.

England v Germany team news

England predicted XI: Pope; Walker, Dier, Stones; Trippier, Bellingham, Rice, Shaw; Sterling, Kane, Foden

Germany predicted XI: Ter Stegen; Kehrer, Sule, Rudiger, Raum; Kimmich, Gündoğan; Hofmann, Muller, Sane; Werner

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Italy v England odds

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Our prediction: England v Germany

Neither manager will want to lose their last game before the World Cup but more important than the result is getting the most out of their last competitive fixture ahead of the tournament.

With that in mind, we can expect opportunities to be given to a few fringe players or those that need a chance to prove themselves.

Given the way England have set up under Southgate and with tweaks made on both sides, it may well be a game that lacks a bit of fluency and finishes level.

Our prediction: England 1-1 Germany (11/2 at bet365)

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