Germany vs. Denmark live broadcast: streaming, scoring, TV channels, team news and kick-off times
Welcome to our live blog about Germany vs. Denmark
The two teams will clashed at the Tivoli Stadium in Austria tonight before the start of the European Cup in mid-June.
Both sides hope to build confidence, motivation and health before the game.
The three Chelsea stars of the German team (Timo Werner, Kay Haverts and Antonio Rudiger) are not expected to appear tonight. After Saturday’s Champions League heroes, they were given an extended rest period. Manchester City’s Ilkay Gundogan will also be missed.
Goalkeeper coach Andreas Kopke has confirmed that Manuel Neuer will start.
Mats Hummels looks set to partner Matthias Ginter at the defensive core; however, Leon Goretzka, Jamal Murciala and Tony Kroos are all likely to miss tonight’s game.
Monaco forward Kevin Voland looks set to start offense with Leroy Sane and Thomas Muller.
Denmark will be absent from Andreas Christensen of the Chelsea celebrations; this should mean that Simon Kjaer and Joachim Anderson will be at the center of the defense together.
Bologna winger Andreas Skov Olsen will start on the right, with Martin Braithwaite on the opposite side.
Jonas Wind should lead, with Inter Milan star Christian Eriksson close behind.
Leicester City goalkeeper Caspar Schmeichel will start between the two teams.