When is it, which TV channel and the latest ratings

Germany vs France, Women’s Euro semi-final: when, which TV channel and latest odds – AFP

Germany and France will compete for a place in the Women’s Euro 2022 final at Wembley. Germany have plenty of experience from the end of the tournament, although France are very confident after reaching the semi-finals for the first time in their history.

The winner of Germany against France will face England in the final, after the Lionesses beat Sweden 4-0.

When is it?

The match between Germany and France, the second of two semi-finals, takes place on Wednesday.

What time is kick-off?

The match will kick off at 8pm UK time.

What TV channel is it on?

Germany v France will air on BBC One.

Where is he?

The game will take place at Stadium MK, home of Milton Keynes Dons.

How have both teams fared so far?

Germany remain the only side not to concede in these finals, beating Denmark, Spain and Finland in the group stage, although they were then subjected to tough scrutiny by Austria in the quarter-finals before qualifying 2-0.

France started on fire, beating Italy 5-1 then Belgium 2-1 before drawing with Iceland. They dominated their quarter-final against the Netherlands but needed a overtime penalty from Eve Perisset to progress.

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Corinne Deacon said France were “here to make history” after overtaking defending champions Netherlands to reach the Women’s Euro semi-finals for the first time.

Les Bleues won 1-0 over the Dutch in Rotherham thanks to Eve Perisset’s penalty in the first half of extra time.

They will qualify for a meeting with eight-time winners Germany in Milton Keynes on Wednesday, a first appearance in the last four of the competition having made quarter-final outings in each of the last three editions.

The Deacon boss, who took charge shortly after Euro 2017, said when asked about the past record: “It’s not our story. We’re here to make history. players here and the staff, we want to make history for ourselves, and there it’s still a bit of a way to go.”

She added: “We reached a new level tonight, but it’s not the end for us. We really want to reach the final. When we set our ambitions, we were thinking about July 31.”

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Germany are eight-time winners of the competition, their last success dating from 2013. France are in charter territory after reaching the semi-finals for the first time in their history.

What are the latest odds for the match?

  • Germany winner 6/4

  • France winner 9/5

  • Draw 21/10