The Women’s European Championship has reached the last-four stage and Germany are aiming to land a ninth title within the event’s historical past – however now come up in opposition to France.
So far Germany have saved 4 straight clear sheets and have received all their video games, and stay proper among the many front-runners to go the gap and finish a wait of 9 years so as to add to their honours checklist on this competitors.
France, nevertheless, confirmed their qualities in ultimately seeing off the holders Netherlands within the final spherical – though they need to have accomplished the job a lot earlier and can’t afford to be as profligate this time round.
They have by no means received a serious competitors and have reached the European Championship semis for the primary time right here at Euro 2022, however the subsequent step is the largest for Corinne Diacre’s facet.
Here’s every little thing it’s good to know forward of the semi-final.
When is Germany vs France?
The second semi-final kicks off at 8pm BST on Wednesday, 27 July at Stadium:mk in Milton Keynes.
Where can I watch it?
The match can be proven reside on BBC One, whereas viewers may stream the match on the BBC Sport web site and iPlayer.
How did they attain this stage?
Germany are the one facet but to concede at Euro 2022 and have been extraordinarily spectacular in reaching the final 4. They beat Denmark, Spain and Finland within the group stage, earlier than knocking out Austria within the quarter-finals.
France beat Italy and Belgium in their very own group, whereas additionally drawing with Iceland, earlier than they knocked out the reigning champions Netherlands within the final eight, after further time.
Germany: Frohms; Gwinn, Hegering, Hendrich, Rauch; Oberdorf, Dabritz; Magull; Huth, Brand; Popp
France: Peyraud-Magnin; Perisset, Mbock Bathy, Renard, Karchaoui; Geyoro, Bilbault, Toletti; Diani, Malard, Cascarino
France to edge a good recreation and make their means by to the ultimate, although that is one other recreation the place further time might be wanted to separate the edges. France 1-0 Germany.