England Vs Germany lineups 26 Sep 2022 UEFA NL

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In the last round of games in UEFA Nations League A, Group 3, England will face off against an old adversary, Germany, at Wembley Stadium on Monday.

England Vs Germany lineups 26 Sep 2022
England Vs Germany lineups 26 Sep 2022

Perhaps surprisingly, both teams enter this match knowing exactly how they will fare after Friday night defeats to Italy and Hungary, respectively.

The hosts, England, have already been demoted to League B since they haven’t won in any of their past five games, and Germany can no longer go to the semifinal round because of their unexpected loss to Hungary.

Even though it is essentially a “dead rubber,” the intense rivalry between the two countries should guarantee a close match on Monday.

 

England vs. Germany: Head-to-head (H2H) statistics

  1. Germany 1: 1 England

  2. England 2: 0 Germany

  3. England 0: 0 Germany

  4. Germany 1: 0 England

  5. Germany 1: 0 England

     

  • Teams England Germany has played 12 games thus far. 5 direct contests were won by England.
  • Germany won five games. Two games were drawn. In straight encounters, both clubs scored 2.50 goals per game on average.
  • England averaged 2.57 goals per game throughout the current season.
  • Over 1.5 goals were scored by both teams in 18 (75.00 percent) of the home games.
  • In 16 (66.67%) of the 16 home games played during the 2022 season, there were more than 2.5 goals scored by each team.
  • In the 2022 season, Germany averaged 2.63 goals per game. In 16 (88.89%) of the away games, there were more than 1.5 goals scored by both teams.
  • Over 2.5 goals were scored by the away team in 8 (44.44 percent) of the games they played.

 

Recent England games

England Vs Germany lineups 26 Sep 2022

 

Recent Germany games

England Vs Germany lineups 26 Sep 2022

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Germany’s Team News

Following Germany’s disheartening loss to Hungary on Friday, Head Coach Flick has lot to ponder, much like his English counterpart.

The most likely candidates to start for Flick in the 1:0 defeat at Leipzig are Kai Havertz and Jamal Musiala, who both served as substitutes.

 

England’s Team News

It is unknown if Head Coach Southgate would be tempted to alter either his starting formation or starting XI for the final game before England departs for Qatar.

Lacking a victory in their last five games, England’s team is undoubtedly lacking in confidence, and players like Jack Grealish, Ivan Toney, and Mason Mount may be given opportunities to shine before England’s World Cup opener against Iran in November.

 

England Vs Germany lineups 26 Sep 2022

England XI: lineup

Predicted

Goalkeeper

  • 1Nick Pope

Defenders

  • 2 Kyle Walker
  • 5 Eric Dier
  • 6 Harry Maguire

Midfielders

  • 3 Reece James
  • 8 Jude Bellingham
  • 4 Declan Rice
  • 7 Bukayo Saka

Forwards

  • 11 Phil Foden
  • 9 Harry Kane
  • 10 Raheem Sterling

 

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Germany XI lineup

Goalkeeper

  • 22 Marc ter Stegen

Defenders

  • 18 Jonas Hofmann
  • 15 Niklas Suele
  • 2 Antonio Ruediger
  • 3 David Raum

Midfielders

  • 6 Joshua Kimmich
  • 21 Ilkay Gundogan
  • 10 Serge Gnabry
  • 13 Thomas Mueller
  • 19 Leroy Sane

Forwards

  • 9 Timo Werner

 

See Also

The requisites for UEFA Nations League finals qualification

France vs Austria  22 Sep 2022 UEFA Nations League

Scotland vs Ukraine lineups today 21 Sep 2022

Atatürk Olympic Stadium

CAF 2022/2023 Draw

UEFA Champions League 2022/23: Matches, draws, final

 

England vs Germany preview

When England plays Germany at Wembley on Monday night in the UEFA Nations League, they will be looking to win their penultimate game before the World Cup.

Following their underwhelming performance in the Nations League, there has been a lot of hostility surrounding the England squad, and Gareth Southgate is aware that another loss will worsen morale.

In their most recent home game, England were destroyed 4-0 by Hungary, so Southgate’s first aim will be to prevent another embarrassing loss for his team.

Germany, meanwhile, have fared a little better in the group, although a win could yet see them end up in a respectable second, depending on what happens in the other match between Hungary and Italy.

 

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