With one game remaining for football's elite, European champions Italy's trip to four-time World Cup winners Germany is a perfect way to sign off. The hosts have drawn three out of three so far in the UEFA Nations League, while the visiting Azzurri top Group A3 with a win and two draws. This clash between two internationals heavyweights is not to be missed. The game kicks off at 7.45pm BST (2.45pm ET) this afternoon and is free to watch in the USA. Make sure you know how to watch a Germany vs Italy live stream for free wherever you are.
The teams are in and Germany go with a strong XI as they're determined to get one over their big European rivals. Timo Werner starts up front, with Leroy Sane and Thomas Muller in support of the Chelsea forward. Ilkay Gundogan partners Joshua Kimmich in midfield, with Antonio Rudiger returning at the back. Manuel Neuer captains the side in goal.
Italy, meanwhile, continue with a vibrant-looking young side trying to exploit Germany in wide areas. Nicolo Barella and Bryan Cristante start in central midfield, with Sassuolo's Giacomo Raspadori up front. On the wing, FC Zurich's 18-year-old flyer Degnand Gnonto gets a first start and will hope to back up an assist when coming off the bench against Germany 10 days ago. Gianluigi Donnarumma skippers the side from between the posts.
Germany are on a run of four successive draws and will be desperate to sign off from the first part of their 2022-23 Nations League campaign with a win. Draws with Italy and England may not be the worst results, but Saturday's 1-1 stalemate with Hungary was notable for a lack of fluency, despite an XI featuring first-choicers Joshua Kimmich and Leon Goretzka, plus Kai Havertz and Timo Werner up front.
Manager Hansi Flick's preferred 3-4-3 system has restored confidence in Die Mannschaft after an uncharacteristically limp showing at last summer's delayed Euro 2020, but there are murmurings of discontent at their struggles over the past fortnight to put teams away.
The latest Italian revolution under sharp-suited boss Roberto Mancini is still in its infancy, having failed to qualify for a second successive World Cup with a play-off defeat to North Macedonia earlier this year, but the Azzurri have begun their Nations League campaign on the front foot.
Mancini has looked to pick young, hungry players who have had good club seasons – Sassuolo trio Gianluca Scamacca, Giacomo Raspadori and Davide Frattesi are unlikely to have featured in previous squads – and has been rewarded with front-foot displays which give hope for the future. Lorenzo Pellegrini, meanwhile, has excelled for Roma and is now installed as his country's brightest attacker.
The match kicks off at 7.45pm BST on Tuesday 14th June at Borussia-Park in Monchengladbach. Follow our guide on how to watch a Germany vs Italy live stream for free from wherever you are in the world.
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UEFA Nations League fixtures - Matchday 4
All games kick off at 7:45pm BST unless otherwise stated
Tuesday 14th June
Moldova vs Andorra 5pm
Liechtenstein vs Latvia
England vs Hungary
Germany vs Italy
Netherlands vs Wales
Poland vs Belgium
Armenia vs Scotland 5pm
Ukraine vs Republic of Ireland
Bosnia-Herzegovina vs Finland
Romania vs Montenegro
Luxembourg vs Faroe Islands
Turkey vs Lithuania