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Germany vs Portugal live streaming: Key information to watching onlineÂ Â
Below are two options to live stream the UEFA European Under-21 Championship final between Germany vs Portugal.
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How to watch Germany vs Portugal on TV
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In the UK, you can watch Germany U21sÂ vs Portugal U21s onÂ Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.
Germany vs Portugal live streaming on radio
Unfortunately, there is no way of live streaming Germany U21sÂ vs Portugal U21sÂ on radio in the UK.
Germany vs Portugal live streaming: PreviewÂ
Germany and Portugal go head-to head in the UEFA European Under-21 Championship final in Ljubljana on Sunday.
Stefan Kuntzâs side are aiming to secure their third crown, having previously won the competition back 2009 after defeating England 4-0, and Spain 1-0 in 2017, respectively.
Die Mannschaft beat the Netherlands last Thursday in the semi-finals, with a Florian Wirtz brace enough to help his side to their third successive final.
Brentfordâs Vitaly Janelt may take the place of Kolnâs Salih Ozcan in midfield, and Hamburgâs Josha Vagnoman is likely to make way for Wolfsburgâs Ridle Baku. Top scorer Lukas Nmecha, who has three goals in the tournament so far, will start up front.
Portugal, managed by Rui Jorge, will hope his side can win the tournament for the first time, having previously been beaten in 1994 by Italy and then by Sweden in 2015.
The Esperancas defeated Spain 1-0 in their other semi-final clash on Thursday, when Spain defender Jorge Cuenca put through his own net, following a low cross from Porto midfielder Fabio Vieira.
Striker Dany Mota is expected to continue to lead the line, and start up alongside either Benficaâs Goncalo Ramos or Rafael Leao of AC Milan. Both Jota and Francisco Conceicao (son of Porto manager Sergio Conceicao), will be amongst the substitutes.
Both last faced each other in March 2017, with Portugal winning 1-0.
Prediction: Germany 2 – 1 Portugal
It is expected to be a very close game which could go either way. Given Germany’s experience in the previous finals, they could edge Portugal, who are searching for their first ever triumph.
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This article was edited by Sam May.