GERMANY face Denmark tonight as they continue their preparations for Euro 2020.
But the Danes – tipped by many to be the dark horses at this month's tournament – will want to take momentum into the competition themselves.
- Kick-off time: 8pm BST
- TV channel: Sky Sports Premier League
- Germany XI: To follow
- Denmark XI: To follow
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What time does Germany vs Denmark kick-off?
- Germany's friendly clash with Denmark will get underway from 8pm UK time on Wednesday, June 2.
- The game will be played at the Tivoli Stadium Tirol in Innsbruck, Austria.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream?
- Germany's clash with Denmark will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League.
- You can live stream the action from the Sky Go or NOW TV app, both of which are available for download onto your mobile device, tablet and Smart TV.
Germany will be without Chelsea's three Champions League winners Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and Antonio Rudiger.
Ilkay Gundogan, who played the final for City, also won't be involved.
Denmark will be without Blues defender Andreas Christensen but Andreas Olsen could start for the Scandinavian side.
- James Orr
Welcome to our live blog of Germany v Denmark
The two teams clash in Austria’s Tivoli Stadion Tirol tonight ahead of the start of Euros in mid-June.
Both sides will be looking to build confidence, momentum and fitness ahead of the tournament.
The German’s trio of Chelsea stars (Timo Werner, Kai Havertz and Antonio Rudiger) aren’t expected to feature tonight; they’ve been granted an extended rest after their Champions League heroics on Saturday. Manchester City’s Ilkay Gundogan is also set to miss out.
Goalkeeping coach Andreas Kopke has confirmed that Manuel Neuer will start.
Mats Hummels look set to partner Matthias Ginter at the heart of the defence; however Leon Goretzka, Jamal Musiala and Toni Kroos are all likely to sit tonight’s game out.
Monaco forward Kevin Volland looks set to start alongside Leroy Sane and Thomas Muller in attack.
Denmark will be missing Andreas Christensen who was also part of Chelsea’s celebrations; that should mean than Simon Kjaer starts alongside Joachim Andersen at the heart of the defence.
Bologna winger Andreas Skov Olsen is set to start wide on the right with Martin Braithwaite on the opposite flank.
Jonas Wind should lead the line with Inter Milan star Christian Eriksen playing just behind him.
Leicester City keeper Kasper Schmeichel is set to start between the sticks.
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