Germany and Spain are two of favourites to win Euro 2022 and their Group B clash was immediately one of the games to look forward to when the draw was made last autumn.
Both teams enjoyed convincing opening wins over Denmark and Finland respectively, each scoring four. However, this is a truer test of their levels with a view of being able to go all the way and the result here has the potential to decide who tops the group and gets a more favourable quarter-final.
The February meeting between these sides at the Arnold Clark Cup ended in a 1-1 draw.
When is kick-off? Tuesday 12 July, 20:00 (BST)
Where is the match being played? Brentford Community Stadium, London
TV channel/live stream? BBC Two (UK)
What time does coverage start? 19:30 (BST)
Lea Schuller will be a big miss for Germany after testing positive for Covid-19. The 24-year-old only has mild symptoms but is currently being monitored in isolation.
Lina Magull trained separately on Sunday as a precaution over a hamstring complaint, with Sydney Lohmann also not involved in the team session.
Spain fans are keen to see more of Barcelona youngster Claudia Pina, who was given a few minutes off the bench against Finland. But with starting wingers Lucia Garcia and Mariona Caldentey both impressing in that game, a sub role may be all she can hope for again.
Germany (4-3-3): Frohms; Gwinn, Hegering, Hendrich, Rauch; Oberdorf, Magull, Dabritz; Huth, Buhl, Popp
Spain (4-3-3): Panos; S. Garcia, Paredes, Mapi Leon, Batlle; Bonmati, Guijarro, Guerrero; L. Garcia, Gonzalez, Caldentey
Germany’s attack will be blunted without Schuller but their depth is such that victory will still be within their grasp. Spain arguably surprised people against Finland in light of losing Alexia Putellas in the build up but now face an altogether different task.
Prediction: Germany 2-0 Spain
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