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FT: England 0-0 Germany. A solid result for an inexperienced Three Lions side, with five players making their debuts against the world champions.
OVER THE BAR! Maguire nods the free kick back into the middle and Lingard lashes over from eight yards out.
Free kick to England on the left. Lingard tripped....
Three minutes added.
- OffLeroy SanéGermany
- OnJulian BrandtGermany
GERMANY CHANGE: Sane off, Brandt on.
- OffIlkay GündoganGermany
- OnSebastian RudyGermany
GERMANY CHANGE: Gundogan off. Rudy on.
- OffJamie VardyEngland
- OnJesse LingardEngland
ENGLAND CHANGE: Vardy off, Lingard on.
- OffJake LivermoreEngland
- OnJack CorkEngland
ENGLAND CHANGE: Cork comes on for his bow as he replaces Livermore.
In short, no. Poor delivery by Bertrand and Germany easily clear.
Good work by Livermore on the right. He battles hard for it and earns a corner off Rudiger. Can England snatch it?
Maguire feeds Bertrand down the left, but the final ball isn't quite there and ter Stegen mops up the danger.
All four debutants have done well, with Pickford and Loftus-Cheek particularly good at times.
In the build up the withdrawals from Southgate's squad dominated the media chatter - but there have been plenty of positives tonight.
Can charges forward but skews his 25-yard effort well wide of target.
Germany still probing. Will Wagner give them the edge in attack? Still time for someone to nick this.
Vardy threatens to wriggle free on the right of the box, but once more Hummels is there for Germany.
- OffTimo WernerGermany
- OnSandro WagnerGermany
GERMANY CHANGE: Wagner on, Werner off.
- OffKieran TrippierEngland
- OnKyle WalkerEngland
ENGLAND CHANGE: Trippier off, Walker on.
- OffDanny RoseEngland
- OnRyan BertrandEngland
ENGLAND CHANGE: Rose replaced by Bertrand.
Dier heads a right-wing corner clear. England being pegged back now. Germany with plenty of possession but not hurting the hosts as much as in the first 45.
Ahead of this match, Can spoke of Germany's wealth of talent. He said: "The competition for places helps because you always have to be ready, always giving 100 percent. If you have one bad season, maybe you aren't in the squad. That's normal because we have so many good young players, a big, big pool of players." He's not wrong.
- OffJulian DraxlerGermany
- OnEmre CanGermany
GERMANY CHANGE: Draxler off, Liverpool's Emre Can on.
It's been an easy night for the VAR so far...
Nicest thing to say there is that it comes to nothing...
England have a free kick 45 yards out on the far left. Chance to throw one into the mixer.
- OffTammy AbrahamEngland
- OnMarcus RashfordEngland
ENGLAND CHANGE: Rashford replaces Abraham who can be relatively pleased with an hour on his senior bow.
Livermore booked for halting a Germany break.
More great defending from Hummels, who slices it behind from inside his own six-yard box after Dier had hooked back Loftus-Cheek's dinked pass.
England break at speed. Abraham tries to burst into space on the right, but Hummels reads it and slides in to make a crucial challenge.
Pickford plucks a ball out of the air and immediately looks for Abraham with a long ball down the middle. It has a bit too much pace on it in the end, but great vision from the keeper.
Twitter trolling Joe Hart a bit following Pickford's first-half display....
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England have started this half well. Germany being forced back.
DID YOU KNOW? England have won their past four internationals under Gareth Southgate. It's their longest run since October 2015.
WHAT A SAVE! Vardy meets Trippier's pinpoint cross from the right but sees his downward header brilliantly saved by ter Stegen.
VIDEO: As close as we got to a goal in the first half?
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KICK OFF! England restart the contest.
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HT: England 0-0 Germany. An entertaining first 45 ends goalless despite big chances at both ends.
- Yellow cardJoe GomezEngland
One minute added. Gomez booked for halting a Germany break.
England ending the half strongly. Loftus-Cheek plays it through for Vardy, who can't lob it on target as ter Stegen raced out. Abraham tried to finish it off, but the German rearguard were alert to the danger.
Loftus-Cheek is loving this stage. He glides forward from deep and tees up another England chance. Livermore shoots from 25 yards but can't find the corner.
CLOSE! Abraham turns Rudiger but sees his shot from just inside the box loop off the Chelsea defender and fly inches wide of ter Stegen's right-hand post.
PHOTO: Abraham rising to the occasion.
Fair to say that this has been a cracking debut so far for the Everton goalkeeper.
SAVE! Pickford pulls off another superb stop to keep out Werner's low effort after the German had raced free once more.
Germany dominating the midfield, but England's attack have looked dangerous when they've countered.
Jack Butland supporting tonight - but he could have been playing if it wasn't for that broken finger he picked up on Thursday.
This is England's least experienced side in 37 years. Germany are also missing some stars, but you wouldn't think it looking at the team sheet. They have real strength in depth.
Germany have taken control of the contest in the last five-10 minutes.
- OffPhil JonesEngland
- OnJoe GomezEngland
ENGLAND CHANGE: Gomez on for the injured Jones.
Liverpool's Joe Gomez is coming on to make it a fourth debutant on the night for England.
England were hanging in a bit there, but full credit to Phil Jones. He's been struggling with what appears to be an injury since the early stages but has made one last big contribution before being withdrawn.
Germany should be ahead. Ozil sends Werner clear, but his low shot is superbly saved Pickford. Sane's follow-up is then magnificently headed off the line by Jones before Draxler wastes a third bite of the cherry by lashing over the top.
OFF THE BAR! Sane takes advantage of the space afforded to him and sees his lovely effort crash back off the woodwork.
Werner threatens on the right of the area, but his low cross towards Draxler is cut out by Livermore.
The resulting free kick is hoisted to the back post where ter Stegen does well to fist it to safety.
Loftus-Cheek with a lovely nutmeg and a delicious turn on the right touchline which forces a foul from Rudiger.
Agreed. Both sides looking positive on the ball.
Worth pointing out the VAR system is in place for tonight. England v Germany hey... could have used that back in 1966, couldn't they?
PHOTO: Abraham attacks.
Ozil curves a ball in behind the England rearguard, but Sane can't quite stretch enough to take it down and get a shot away.
Loftus-Cheek with some disciplined defending as he firmly heads a left-wing corner well clear of the area.
Germany have won their last seven matches. It's their best run since November 1995.
Suggestions that England could be forced into an early change. Michael Keane being readied.
Timid defending from Jones. Sane pounces on the loose ball but drills his shot from the left of the area wide of the near post.
What a stat that is!
STAT: England have won 15 of their last 17 games at Wembley, losing just once.
It's been quite a lively opening. Signs that Vardy's pace could cause this German backline some problems.
DID YOU KNOW? Germany have hit the back of the net in 13 of their past 14 internationals against England. Die Mannschaft only failed to score in a 1-0 reversal in a Euro 2000 group match. Alan Shearer was the match winner for The Three Lions.
CLOSE! Vardy skips free on the left and rolls a lovely ball across the six-yard box. It misses Abraham but Trippier arrives at the far post to rifle into the side netting from a tight angle.
Optimistic? We'll soon see!
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KICK OFF! Germany get the match underway after officers from both the English and German armed forces laid wreaths in the centre circle ahead of Remembrance Day.
England have previously met Germany at Wembley on 11 occasions. Germany have won six, including the last three on the spin. The Three Lions have won four, including the 1966 World Cup final.
Southgate on why he has given Eric Dier the captain’s armband for the first time: "His approach to everything is very professional. He hardly ever misses a game and plays in an unselfish manner. I think he can be even more of a leader than he currently is and I am hoping giving him this reward and responsibility will also bring even more out of him as well."
A slew of England players might be missing the friendly against Germany at Wembley tonight - but that doesn't mean you should.
HEAD-TO-HEAD: This is England v Germany, episode 32. Both sides have 13 apiece with five drawn.
Germany boss Joachim Low: “It's still a trial period this year. With the tournament in mind, I want to see not only those players who play regularly. We want to play a good game, the result is always important, but I also know that I want to experiment.”
Gareth Southgate on debutant Ruben Loftus-Cheek: "He's a quiet lad, so I'm hoping he gets a lift in confidence from how we see him, the level we think he's capable of.” He continued: “I saw [Palace manager] Roy Hodgson a couple of days ago. He knows that [the wing] is not his best position but he's got to do a job for the team and that won't do Ruben any harm, to be have the discipline defensively."
Arsenal's Mesut Ozil and Chelsea's Antonio Rudiger join Man City duo Ilkay Gundogan and Leroy Sane in the starting XI for Die Mannschaft.
CONFIRMED TEAMS – ENGLAND: Pickford, Trippier, Jones, Stones, Maguire, Rose, Livermore, Dier, Vardy, Loftus-Cheek, Abraham... Subs: Hart, Walker, Bertrand, Gomez, Keane, Cork, Young, Rashford, Lingard, Cahill. /// GERMANY: ter Stegen - Ginter, Hummels, Rüdiger - Kimmich, Gündogan, Özil, Halstenberg - Draxler, Werner, Sané... Subs: Trapp, Süle, Plattenhardt, Khedira, S Wagner, Leno, Stindl, Can, Boateng, Götze, Brandt, Rudy.
Hello and welcome to LIVE updates of the friendly international between England and Germany at Wembley. It is the third time in less than two years the sides have locked horns in a clash that many perceive to be one of the great occasions on the international scene. We may be missing some big names, but hopefully we'll still be entertained. Kick off 20:00 GMT.