World champions Germany take on Poland in their second game at the Stade de France in Paris on Thursday (16 June).
Where to watch live
Kick-off is at 8pm BST. Live TV coverage in the UK is available on ITV 1. Radio commentary is available on BBC Radio 5 live. Live TV coverage in India is available on Sony Six and Sony ESPN, with mobile and online coverage available on SonyLiv. Kick-off is at 12.30am IST (Friday).
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Germany will be in a buoyant mood ahead of their game against Poland following their convincing 2-0 win over Ukraine in the opening match. It was an all-round performance by the world champions, who are second pre-tournament favourites after hosts France. Joachim Low will be handed a boost against the Poles with Mats Hummels set to return to take his place at the heart of the back four, which could relegate goal scorer Mustafi to the bench.
Poland are also coming into the game on the back of a 1-0 win over Northern Ireland and will be raring to take on the world champions. The Poles will be confident going into the match against Germany, whom they beat for the first time in their history during the qualifiers for Euro 2016. Robert Lewandowski will come up against a number of his Bayern Munich teammates and they will be wary of the striker, who was the golden boot winner in the Bundesliga last season.
- Germany to win
Betting Odds (betfair)
- Germany to win: 4/7
- Draw: 16/5
- Poland to win: 11/2
What Manager's say
Joachim Low (Germany): "[on Schweinsteiger's goal vs. Ukraine] It wasn't part of the plan for Schweinsteiger to be that far up the pitch. But I am delighted that after all his hard work over the past few weeks, he was able to make such a comeback and score the decisive second goal. That will really give him and the rest of the team a lift. He is so important because of his personality and his experience, and he can really provide a team with a lot. A Bastian Schweinsteiger is worth its weight in gold."
Adam Nawalka (Poland): "[on his side's opening victory over Northern Ireland] We are very happy with this win, it was our priority. I have to congratulate the players for their commitment. Northern Ireland is renowned for its physical football, so we had that adapts and we do the same in order to demonstrate our qualities. I want to praise all the players, I insist on it. We are a team, a collective. They have given a lot in this match and deserved to win."
Possible XI: Neuer; Howedes, Boateng, Mustafi, Hector; Khedira, Kroos; Müller, Özil, Draxler; Götze
Possible XI: Szczesny; Piszczek, Glik, Pazdan, Jedrzejczyk; Blaszczykowski, Krychowiak, Maczynski, Kapustka; Milik; Lewandowski