- Germany haven’t dropped a single point in their World Cup qualification campaign and ended it 11 points clear of 2nd placed Northern Ireland. having scored a huge 43 goals in these ten matches.
- Germany have scored at least two goals in five of their last seven away matches.
- England have lost only one of their last 16 away internationals, against Spain in November 2015 (W9 D6).
- Joachim Löw’s side have won three of the last four meetings with England since 2010, which suggests what the end result will be on Friday.
0-1 win at Lithuania
1-0 home win vs Slovenia
2-1 home win vs Slovakia
0-4 win at Malta
3-2 loss at France (Friendly)
5-1 home win vs Azerbaijan
1-3 win at Northern Ireland
6-0 home win vs Norway
1-2 win at Czech Republic
0-1 win at Chile (Confederations Cup)
HEAD TO HEAD
- England have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last seven games against Germany.
- Germany have lost their last three home matches against England on home soil – 5-1 in 2001, 2-1 in 2008 and 3-2 in 2016.
- Germany has won eight of 14 ties against England with only one draw, and England taking six. The last meeting was back in March as Germany won 1-0 at home. Previously, they met in March of 2016 and England won 2-3 in Germany.
- Englan are without Fabian Delph, Raheem Sterling, Jordan Henderson, Harry Winks, Harry Kane and Dele Alli to injury .
- Kane’s absence means Southgate will give Tammy Abraham a full debut alongside the experience of Jamie Vardy. Marcus Rashford may be rested saved to start onTuesday.
- Gary Cahill missed training on Thursday and is a huge doubt for the reception of Germany, while Ruben Loftus-Cheek will reportedly make his full England debut in midfield.
- Jack Butland was set to start against Germany but broke his finger in training on Thursday and has withdrawn from the squad. Jordan Pickford will start instead.
- Fit again Danny Rose will be looking to make his first England appearance in just under a year, while Ashley Young is another option at left wing-back.
- With Manuel Neuer still out , Marc-André ter Stegen will start at goal in Wembley.
- Joachim Löw has confirmed that RB Leipzig left-back Marcel Halstenberg will make his debut here, while either Sami Khedira or Mats Hummels will captain the side.
- Low may also turn to some of his fringe players on Friday with one eye on their friendly against France next week.
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