Group F fixture, France vs. Germany will kick off at the upcoming UEFA Euro 2020 on Tuesday, the 15th of June at Allianz Arena. Time: 20:00 (GMT+1).


Unbeaten in six games across all international competitions: WDWWWW, France will be coming behind a 3-0 victory over Bulgaria in an international friendly which took place on the 8th of June. Before that win, they had picked up an impressive 3-0 win over Wales in another international friendly which took place on Wednesday, the 2nd of June. This Tuesday, 


France’s coach, Didier Deschamps will be looking to start on a bright note by defeating Germany in their very first appearance of this tournament. He will have Ngolo Kante (Chelsea), Paul Pogba (Manchester United), and Adrien Rabiot (Juventus) available for that delicate task which may make or mar France’s Euro 2020 campaign. - And their chances of qualifying from Group F which includes Hungary and Portugal at the end of Match Day 3. A 4—3—3 formation with Chelsea’s Olivier Giroud and Kylian Mbappe playing as part of France’s attack is expected on Tuesday.

 

 


 

Meanwhile, Germany on the other hand have lost twice in the last six games across all competitions: LWWLDW. However, they picked up an emphatic 7-1 win over Latvia on the 7th of June. The impressive win leaves Joachim Low’s side with a total of 13 goals scored in the last six games. On Monday, the 61-year-old outgoing coach will have the likes of Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich), Antonio Rüdiger (Chelsea), and Robin Gosens (Atalanta) available for selection. 




In his list, he also named İlkay Gündoğan (Manchester City), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid) and Emre Can (Borussia Dortmund). This will be Joachim Low’s final exploits with the German national team after a 15-year tenure which saw him win the FIFA World Cup (2014). He will be handing over to his former assistant, now ex-Bayern Munich coach, Hansi Flick who picked up the Bundesliga title in the just concluded season at the end of this tournament. Low is expected to adopt a 3—4—3 formation on Tuesday.

 

 

 

On the 16th of October 2018, France defeated Germany, 2-1. A month earlier, they had played a goalless draw. A year earlier on the 14th of November, 2017, both countries played a draw, 2-2


A 2-1 win for France is predicted at full-time.
 Venue: Allianz Arena. 
Date: Tuesday, June 15, 2021. 
Kick-Off Time: 20:00 (GMT+1). 
Tournament: Euro 2020.
 



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