Hosts France will need to overcome World Cup holders Germany to book a spot in the final of Euro 2016 where they face Portugal following their 2-0 victory over Wales last night.
The 2016 UEFA European Championship semifinals of Germany vs. France kickoffs on Thursday, July 7, at 8 p.m. BST at the Stade V?lodrome in Marseille, France.
BBC One will show coverage of the match starting from 7:15pm time UK while ESPN will televise the match, along with ESPN Deportes in United States. German channels televising the match include SRF zwei, Sport1.FM and ORF 1 and French channels include BeIn Sports Connect France.
Germany Vs. France Live streaming is available on BBC iPlayer and WatchESPN(requires subscription details). Another option is to head to SofaScore.com which provides free livestream but still needs registration beforehand.
Indian fans interested to catch the live action can do so on Sony Six channel with free live stream on SonyLiv.com. Match kick-off is at 12.30 am IST.
France heads into match in immense form following their 5-2 victory against Iceland in last eight on Sunday, while Germany survived an epic and error-strewn penalty shootout against Italy
With a strong attacking front in Antoine Griezmann, Olivier Giroud and Dimitri Payet, the Frenchmen will look to strike early and win the game. Griezmann will be their main attacking threat who despite a slow start scored four goals in last three games, but Giroud and Payet are narrowly behind with three each. Reports, however, suggest that Giroud may be sidelined by a knee injury.
Germany on the other hand will be hoping for Thomas Muller to bring back his game, as the notorious goalscorer on the international stage is yet to score in the finals. Their central defender Mats Hummels who picked up a yellow card in their tense clash against Italy is suspended for tonight?s game. However, with Mesut Ozil, Germany still boasts a strong forward who can strike deep into France?s defense.
Germany starting XI: Neuer, Kimmich, Boateng, Howedes, Hector, Can, Kroos, Draxler, Ozil, Gotze, Muller
France starting XI: Lloris, Sagna, Rami, Koscielny, Evra, Matuidi, Kante, Pogba, Griezmann, Giroud, Payet
Here?s all you need to know:
What: UEFA European Championship Semifinals
Who: Germany vs. France
When: Thursday, July 7
Kick-off: 8 p.m. (BST) / 3 p.m. (ET)
Where: Stade V?lodrome in Marseille, France.
TV channel: BBC One/ESPN