When is it? How can you watch it? What are the line-ups? All you need to know about the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 Group B game between Finland and Germany.
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Finland meet Germany at Stadium MK in UEFA Women's EURO 2022 Group B on Saturday 16 July.
Finland vs Germany at a glance
When: Saturday 16 July, 21:00 CET
Where: Stadium MK, Milton Keynes
What: Group B, Matchday 3
How to follow: Build-up and live coverage will appear here
Where to watch Finland vs Germany on TV
What do you need to know?
Germany may have wrapped up top spot in Group B and Finland are resigned to an early exit, but there is plenty to play for on Saturday. Finland are determined to exit on a high after a much improved showing against Denmark last time out, losing to a late goal. For Germany it is a case of keeping up the momentum of an excellent start in England, swatting aside Denmark before easing past fancied Spain. Both teams will be forced into changes.
Finland: Tamminen; Heroum, Pikkujämsä, Kuikka, Koivisto; Kollanen, Summanen, Alanen, Engman; Sällström, Kemppi
Germany: Frohms; Gwinn, Doorsoun, Hegering, Kleinherne; Däbritz, Lattwein, Dallmann; Huth, Popp, Bühl
Suspended: Oberdorf, Rauch
Mikael Erävuori, Finland reporter
Finland may be out, but they're not down – Anna Signeul's side are determined to leave England with their heads held high. They are likely to keep faith with their strongest available side, though Anna Westerlund, Tuija Hyyrynen, Sanni Franssi, Jenny-Julia Danielsson and captain Tinja-Riikka Korpela are all absent with illness or injury.
Anna-Sophia Vollmerhausen, Germany reporter
Already assured of their spot in the quarter-finals, Germany are determined to make it three wins out of three. A recurring hamstring issue has forced off Lina Magull in both previous matches, and Martina Voss-Tecklenburg will rest her with bigger hurdles to come. Lena Oberdorf and Felicitas Rauch are suspended, which means more changes in key positions. We've seen how strong Germany's regular starters are; now will be a good test of their squad depth.
View from the camps
Anna Signeul, Finland coach: "It is a pity that we have nothing to play for tomorrow. It was always going to be three very difficult opponents, but we had set up the goal to go to the quarter-finals and it is disappointing that we do not have a chance to play for that. We want to finish off with something great here. There are going to be over 20,000 spectators, lots of Finnish fans. I think it is a great celebration of women's football, so we need to make most of it. We will continue to try to sell Finnish football to the world and of course Finnish fans."
Martina Voss-Tecklenburg, Germany coach: "If someone would have told us before the tournament that we'd have two wins after two games with zero goals conceded, we'd have all been pinching ourselves. We're pleased how we've started the tournament. We've been brilliant and earned it. We've grown together as a team, believed in ourselves and developed out strengths. It's a great position going forwards. We've still got more potential."
Marina Hegering, Germany defender: "We're incredibly happy and relieved to have won the group already. It means we can now have a bit more peace of mind going into the last game against Finland. That was the first step we wanted to achieve, and we're looking forward to everything that is still to come."