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++>[Here's Way To Watch] Germany vs Netherlands Live Stream Free TV Channel 26 March 2024


Germany vs Netherlands Live stream: TV channel, lineups, Updates, kick-off time And where to watch. Germany will take on Netherlands in an international friendly fixture at the Deutsche Bank Park on Tuesday.


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Germany qualified as hosts for the Euros whereas the Netherlands were the runners-up in Group B. The teams will be trying to find their best lineups ahead of the competition in June and the fixture promises to be an interesting watch.

Here, GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.

Germany vs Netherlands kick-off time

Date: March 26, 2024

Kick-off time: 3.45 pm ET

Venue: Deutsche Bank Park

The match will be played at the Deutsche Bank Park on Tuesday, with kick-off at 3.45 pm ET for fans in the US.

Die Mannschaft will be missing Manuel Neuer for the international break this month, paving the way for Marc-Andre ter Stegen to maintain his position as goalkeeper.

The rest of the lineup is expected to be unchanged for the friendly fixture against Netherlands.

Germany predicted XI: Ter Stegen; Kimmich, Rudiger, Tah, Mittelstadt; Andrich, Kroos, Musiala, Gundogan, Wirtz; Fullkrug

After scoring as substitutes in Amsterdam, Wout Weghorst and Donyell Malen will be pushing for starting positions.

Up front, Memphis Depay remains a key player in Ronald Koeman's lineup and will be the first name on the team sheet once again.

Netherlands predicted XI: Flekken; Dumfries, Geertruida, Van Dijk, Ake; Veerman, Wijnaldum, Reijnders; Simons, Gakpo, Depay

Julian Nagelsmann is looking to stabilise his team ahead of the tournament kickoff on June 14 and they secured a superb 2-0 win over the border in France last week. Ronald Koeman's Dutch side were also in midweek friendly action as they stormed to a 4-0 victory over fellow Euro 2024 qualifiers Scotland in Amsterdam.

Nagelsmann will rotate following the win in Lyon with veteran midfield pair Ilkay Gundogan and Toni Kroos unlikely to start successive matches. Kai Havertz could drop back from the forward line, with Niclas Fullkrug starting alongside Thomas Muller.

Koeman will also look to shuffle his pack for the trip to Frankfurt with Wout Weghorst, Daley Blind and Donyell Malen possible options to come into the starting XI.

Germany remain an unknown quantity ahead of hosting Euro 2024 but Nagelsmann will be buoyed by that win against tournament favourites France. Another clash against a rival will present a chance to maintain their progress and the Dutch have been inconsistent against top sides since Koeman's return.

Coming off of a victory over France, for the first time in a long time, it feels like Germany are getting back to begin themselves just in time for Euros. Potentially extending Julian Nagelsmann past the tournament, Germany's future could also be well set as they're regaining their swagger. Defense is still an issue which is where this match against the Netherlands will be an interesting challenge.

Nagelsmann has done everything possible to get a tune out of Kai Havertz, which has been working well as of late, but Germany will still need a secondary force in the attack. The return of Toni Kroos has settled the midfield quickly, but with Leroy Sane missing this match due to suspension, questions in attack remain.

Scoring 10 goals in their last two matches, the Netherlands will feel confident about their attack but it's the defense that will be critical in this match against Germany. The Netherlands have had shut outs in their last four matches as the team is rounding into form, but they still need to prove that these improvements are sustainable against top opposition like Germany.

Amid a difficult run of results, Germany earned a much-needed 2-0 win over France in a friendly on Saturday. Toni Kroos returned from a three-year international retirement in that match, providing an assist to Florian Wirtz just seven seconds into the game.

The Netherlands also earned an encouraging win on Friday, hammering Scotland 4-0 in a friendly. The Oranje are currently on a four-match winning streak as they enter Tuesday’s match.

Germany’s recent triumph over the world runners-up, France, with a convincing 2-0 victory, has injected a surge of confidence into the team. With their sights set on upcoming challenges, Germany’s players are riding high on this morale boost as they continue their preparations for future competitions.

Meanwhile, the Netherlands demonstrated their strength on the field with a resounding 4-0 victory over Scotland. This commanding performance reaffirmed their status as a formidable opponent in the international soccer arena. The Dutch team’s cohesion and skill were on full display, leaving no doubt about their capabilities as they gear up for further tests ahead.

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