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Press conference with Hansi Flick and Jamal Musiala in the live ticker

After the disappointment against Hungary, the DFB team meets England on Monday evening in London. Before the game, national coach Hansi Flick and Bayern star Jamal Musiala comment on the current situation in the DFB team. You can follow the press conference here in the live ticker.

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DFB press conference with Hansi Flick and Jamal Musiala in the live ticker today – before the start

Before start: There will be at least one change in defense. Antonio Rüdiger will be suspended in London, so Nico Schlotterbeck, Matthias Ginter or potential debutant Armel Bella Kotchap can hope for a place alongside Niklas Süle.

Before start: After the 1-0 defeat against Hungary, the DFB team is all about the offensive. The DFB team presented itself shockingly toothless in Leipzig and consequently conceded the first defeat under national coach Hansi Flick. We have put together a few candidates who could be alternatives for Flick. Spoilers: It’s not a huge selection.

Before start: On paper, the game between England and Germany is a competitive game, but for both teams there is nothing more at stake. England has already been relegated after the defeat against Italy, Germany can only be second at most.

Before start: Hello and welcome to the DFB press conference with national coach Hansi Flick and Bayern star Jamal Musiala. The media session is scheduled for 7.30pm in London.

Nations League: The table of Group 3 in League A

There is only one decision left in Group 3 before the last matchday. Hungary and Italy are fighting in a direct duel for entry into the final tournament. For Germany and England, on the other hand, it is no longer about anything. The Three Lions have already been relegated and will play in League B next year.

# team Sp S u N T G differential pt.
1 Hungary 5 3 1 1 8th 3 +5 10
2 Italy 5 2 2 1 6 7 -1 8th
3 Germany 5 1 3 1 8th 6 +2 6
4 England 5 0 2 3 1 7 -6 2



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