England and Germany will meet today (Tuesday) in the 1/8 finals of Euro 2020.
The match, which starts at 18:00, will be played at Wembley Stadium in London, while the winner will meet the winner of the next match between Sweden and Ukraine, which will also be played today at 21:00.
For this challenge, the Three Lions will miss Dean Henderson who is injured, while in doubt remain Ben Chilwell and Mason Mount who are in self-isolation.
On the other hand, Germany will have the absence of Lucas Klostermann, while Jonas Hofmann remains in doubt.
Ben Chilwell and Mason Mount have been in solitary confinement for ten days due to contact with Billy Gilmour in the group stage clash with Scotland, but it is unknown if they will play in today’s match.
Although he has not played regularly, Southgate has said he is seriously considering playing with the three-back scheme in the match against Germany.
Kyle Walker would be in the defensive trio, while Reece James and Luke Shaw would fight for a spot on the midfield.
A three-man defense would be bad news for Jack Grealish, as Phil Foden or Bukayo Saka could start in front of him, while Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling are seen as untouchables.
Although he was in doubt about the match against Hungary, Thomas Muller made a surprising appearance by joining the reserve bank.
Mats Hummels, Ilkay Gundogan and Serge Gnabry are all ready to play for this match.
Jonas Hofmann and Lucas Klostermann are both in doubt even though they would not be playing from the start.
Leon Goretzka can also hardly play as a starter, but he can be included from the bench.
England have kept a clean sheet in their last six European Championship games.
Germany have scored at least two goals in their last ten of their 11 European Championship matches.
England have won five of their last six matches in the European Championship.
The Three Lions have averaged under 2.5 goals in five of their last six meetings against Germany in all competitions.
Germany have scored over 2.5 goals in five of their last six European Championship matches.
Germany is unbeaten in the last five meetings as England guest in all competitions.
Prediction: England and Germany are expected to split at this regular-time meeting.
Possible England line-up:
Possible formation of Germany: