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Germany have had little to celebrate so far in the Men's Hockey Champions Trophy 2016 Getty

South Korea take on Germany in the final pool match of the 2016 Hockey Champions Trophy in London on Thursday (16 June).

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Where to watch live

Match starts at 6pm BST/10.30pm IST. Live coverage of the game in the UK is available on BT Sport and BT Sport HD. In India, live coverage is available on Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD. It can be viewed via live stream on StarSports.

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South Korea come into their final game of the tournament knowing that even a win in their last game will not help them in their quest for a place in the final on 17 June. Currently placed fifth on the points table , they have won only one game and have lost three so far.

What they will be hoping for is to finish in the top four and aim for a bronze medal, which they last won in the 2009 edition at Melbourne, Australia.

Defending champions Germany have had a disastrous tournament so far, finding themselves at the bottom of the table standings with three points, what would hurt them even more is that they are yet to register a win in the tournament.

A win here might just help them finish in fourth place, where they could at most hope to win a bronze medal.

Team news

South Korea:

Goalkeepers: Hong Doopyo, Seo Jongho

Defenders: You Seungju, Lee Namyong, Lee Daeyeol, Yang Jihun

Midfielders: Jung Manjae, Kang Moonkyu, Lee Jungjun

Forwards: Kim Juhun, You Hyosik


Goalkeepers: Nicolas Jacobi and Tobias Walter

Defenders: Lukas Windfeder, Martin Haner, Timm Herzbruch, Florian Fuchs (C), Jan Philipp

Midfielders: Jonas Gomoll, Oskar Deecke, Constantin Staib, Tobias Haucke, Tom Grambusch, Pilt Arnold,

Forwards: Oliver Korn, Martin Zwicker, Benedikt Furk, Moritz Rothlander, Marco Miltkau