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By Saj Chowdhury

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  1. Post update

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21

    Richard Baxter you are right. It all looks rather rosy regarding English football at national level. From some complaining of not having a big enough pool choose from, is the senior squad now spoilt for choice?

    Thank you for joining us. The senior team are in action in Italy on Tuesday - come back then for more live text action.

  2. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    England predicted starting XI for Euro 2020
    Image caption: BBC's predicted England starting XI for Euro 2020

    We've been asking who you think should get a place in England's 2020 squad (assuming they qualify) here's a few more to round the evening off.

    Kwadwo Boadu: I think Oxlade Chamberlain will be in rather than Nathan Redmond and I would not be surprised if Jon Flanagan will be in rather than Luke Shaw.

    Adam Smith: Is it too much of a punt to call Dele Alli into the squad?

    Richard Baxter: With all the suggestions being made whatever happens by 2020 it looks like England will have a top squad.

    Keep your selections coming Tweet us at #bbcfootball, text us on 81111, go to BBC Sport's Facebook page or use BBC Sport's Google+ page.

  3. Post update

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21

    England U21 manager Gareth Southgate on BT Sport: "It was 25 minutes before we started to play with any belief. We were a bit passive in the first 25. It's good we got response we did. They looked a very good side. This is why we wanted these games. That's the standard we're going to face in the summer.

    "There's a lot of food for thought in the game. We won't win the U21 European Championship if we play like how we did in the first 25 minutes."

  4. Post update

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21

    England forward Danny Ings on BT Sport: "Our mentality got us through - in the first 20 minutes, we didn't play our game. We ended the half well, then in the second half we showed great character to come from behind."

    England defender Carl Jenkinson on BT Sport: "It's a big win, but we don't get carried away. The big one is in the summer."

  5. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21

    Stoke and England keeper Jack Butland: Buzzing the lads got the win tonight, showing what spirit and ability we have in the squad! on to the summer now England

  6. Post update

    Ex-England defender Jonathan Woodgate

    "It just shows how good England's team spirit is to come back twice and win - they're definitely together in the dressing room.

    "I thought Germany were the better side tonight, but England got the win - if they can do that and go on to win the Euros we'll be happy."

  7. Post update

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21

    England goalscorer Nathan Redmond on BT Sport: "We've beaten one of the best teams we will possibly face in this summer's U21 European Championship finals. At half time the gaffer let us know that the first half was not good enough. My goal took a bit of a lucky deflection, but I'll take it.

    On the spirit of the squad: "When we score, we celebrate together. It showed tonight on the pitch."

  8. Post update

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21

    What a tremendous victory for England - 2-1 down, outplayed in patches, but come out 3-2 winners.

    England celebrate against Germany
  9. FULL-TIME

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21

  10. INJURY TIME

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21

    We are deep into stoppage time.

  11. CLOSE!

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21

    What a miss! That should have been the fourth. James Ward-Prowse's tame shot from 20 yards bounces up and catches Marc-Andre ter Stegen by surprise. The keeper parries into the path of Danny Ings, whocan only find the Barcelona man's gloves with his follow-up. The Burnley forward should have scored.

  12. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    England predicted starting XI for Euro 2020
    Image caption: BBC's predicted England starting XI for Euro 2020

    More of your 2020 selections, surely James Ward-Prowse is worth a shout?

    Steve Reed: Are we writing off Daniel Sturridge to injury or is 31 too old to be an international striker now?

    Rich: I would have Aaron Cresswell at left back. Why he's been overlooked for a place in the current England squad is beyond me. One of the signings of this Premier League season without doubt.

    Michael Koziol: Surely Butland will surpass Hart by then? What about Hughes? Rooney? I'd go for Nick Powell too. And Ox ahead of Redmond.

    Keep your selections coming Tweet us at #bbcfootball, text us on 81111, go to BBC Sport's Facebook page or use BBC Sport's Google+ page.

  13. CLOSE!

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21

    Germany desperately look for an equaliser. The ball falls to Serge Gnabry on the edge of the area, but the Arsenal man fires his shot high, wide and not very handsome.

  14. Post update

    Ex-England defender Jonathan Woodgate

    "Great finish by James Ward-Prowse, he just passed that in to the goal. Jenkinson could have gone on his own, but he passed it to Ward-Prowse and what a finish. I've been watching this game and thinking Germany were the best team, but what do I know? Credit where credit is due they've battled to get back in to the game tonight."

  15. Post update

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21

    Arsenal's Calum Chambers comes on for Reading's James Forster-Caskey. Chambers will sit just in front of the backline. There are four minutes remaining.

  16. GOAL

    England U21 3-2 Germany U21 - James Ward-Prowse

    Who can stop the England juggernaut? What an incredible turnaround. After being largely outplayed by Germany in this half, they now lead. Carl Jenkinson, who provided the assist for the opener, threads a ball through to Southampton James Ward-Prowse, who steadies himself before slotting past Marc-Andre ter Stegen in the Germany goal from 12 yards. That's Barcelona's Ter Stegen.

    James Ward Prowse celebrates scoring for England
  17. Post update

    Ex-England defender Jonathan Woodgate

    "He deserves that Redmond, he's been England's best player by a big way and will be happy with that. It's unbelievable that it's 2-2 now - I don't think we've been up to Germany's standard but we're level."

  18. GOAL

    England U21 2-2 Germany U21 - Nathan Redmond

    I told you he's a future England senior player (see 19:04 entry). Nathan Redmond fires in the equaliser with an angled shot from 12 yards that takes a slight deflection. Game on!

    Nathan Redmond celebrates scoring for England
  19. SUBSTITUTION

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    England bring on Burnley defender Michael Keane for Ben Gibson, while Germany replace Amin Younes with Mainz's Yunus Malli.

  20. CLOSE!

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    Despite Germany having more of the share, England still look dangerous on the break. Norwich's Nathan Redmond, who has been lively fizzes in a low shot that is well saved. Moments later, both Danny Ings and Jesse Lingard have shots blocked from inside the area.

  21. Post update

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    Freiburg's Christian Gunter is a great galloper for Germany down the left. He wins a corner for Germany, but the set-piece comes to nothing.

  22. PENALTY APPEAL

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    Now then, was that a pen? James Ward-Prowse appears to body-check Nico Schulz, but the replay suggests it was outside the area. Ref waved play on anyway.

  23. Post update

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    Good period of play from England in the Germany area, but Jesse Lingard fails to control the ball in order to fire in a shot. At the other end, Jonathan Bond easily saves Serge Gnabry's effort.

  24. SUBSTITUTION

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    Schalke's Max Meyer is off and is replaced by Nico Schulz of Hertha Berlin. It's smashing it down at the Riverside Stadium. Very Teesside.

  25. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    England predicted starting XI for Euro 2020
    Image caption: BBC's predicted England starting XI for Euro 2020

    We've been asking for your England tips for Euro 2020, here's another batch including a familiar name.

    Paul Robinson: How about Brooklyn Beckham?

    Oliver Whitehead: Ibe will be a massive part of England's plans. Exciting player to watch. Direct and commits defenders.

    Stuart Stalley: Rooney will probably still be going, and surely Welbeck above Redmond?

    Dave: Will Hughes must be a serious candidate for the euro 2020 side. Best young English centre midfielder, certainly outside the prem, by a country mile and the ability to make a side tick. Not a type of player we have in abundance.

    Keep your selections coming - tweet us at #bbcfootball, text us on 81111, go to BBC Sport's Facebook page or use BBC Sport's Google+ page.

  26. SUBSTITUTION

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    Derby midfielder Will Hughes is coming off and Alex Pritchard, who is at Brentford but is a Tottenham player, comes on. He moves to the left side of midfield.

  27. Post update

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    Danny Ings is England biggest threat. He cruises down the right then plays a ball back to Jesse Lingard on the edge of the area - the Derby player, on loan from Manchester United, attempts a sidefoot shot, but it is easily blocked.

    England's Danny Ings
  28. Post update

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    Fans sitting inside the Riverside Stadium are waving lights around - the new Mexican Wave? Have I missed something?

  29. Post update

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    Germany are pressing high up the pitch. They are chiefing this second half at the moment.

  30. Post update

    Ex-England defender Jonathan Woodgate

    "Hofmann is lethal - he's had two chances and two goals. This is a very good Germany side and they've found too much space. They had too much space all over the pitch there for that second goal."

    Philipp Hoffmann scores for Germany
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    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    Hofmann finds the net again with a bullet of a left foot finish from 20 yards. But he fires in a long time after the referee's whistle following another jinking run from the diminutive Amin Younes.

    Hofmann will be worth a bit in the future.

  32. Post update

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21

    Back at the other end, England counter, but Danny Ings's shot from 20 yards clears Marc-Andre ter Stegen's crossbar by two feet.

  33. GOAL

    England U21 1-2 Germany U21 - Philipp Hofmann

    He's only gone and scored again. Julian Korb's cross from the right takes a slight deflection and there's the bearded Philipp Hofmann sliding in with the finish from two yards.

    Philipp Hofmann scores for Germany
  34. Post update

    England U21 1-1 Germany U21

    England have begun well. Carl Jenkinson tries to release Nathan Redmond down the right, but Freiburg's Christian Gunter cuts the out the ball.

  35. KICK-OFF

    England U21 1-1 Germany U21

    Midfielder Joshua Kimmich - bound for Bayern Munich - and Arsenal midfielder/forward Serge Gnabry are on for Germany.

  36. Post update

    England U21 1-1 Germany U21

    Just a reminder that the internationals week keeps on giving. We have Italy v England live text fun on Tuesday. Ahh the teams are coming back out...

  37. Post update

    England U21 1-1 Germany U21

    So from that first-half performance, which England players do you think can make the step up?

    Redmond? Lingard? Ings? Or will we remember them as those who were good at U21 level but never made the grade?

    Let me know.

    England U21's
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    England predicted starting XI for Euro 2020
    Image caption: BBC's predicted England starting XI for Euro 2020

    Here's our predicted England starting XI for Euro 2020. What did you think of it? Who do you think will make the first XI?

    Tom Sweeney: Will Hughes is already a better technical footballer than those three centre midfielders.

    Garath Thorn: Luke Shaw? Don't be silly....Luke Garbutt the next left back after Baines.

    Royce Chan: Nathan Redmond? No chance, Darren Anderton all the way

    Tony Bignell: No Gary Cahill? You need some experience in that back four!

    James Chapman: I remember reading one of these back in 1998 and Paul Konchesky was gonna be Englands future.

    Keep your selections coming - tweet us at #bbcfootball, text us on 81111, go to BBC Sport's Facebook page or use BBC Sport's Google+ page.

  39. Post update

    Ex-England defender Jonathan Woodgate

    "I thought for the first 20 minutes Germany really dominated, we came in to the game after that and the goal from Jesse Lingard got us back in to it. Without a doubt Germany are on top and dominating, hopefully England can come in to the game more in the second half and start penetrating the goal.

    "Gareth Southgate will be looking for his players to push higher and be braver on the ball as Germany are dictating things at the minute."

    I disagree with Woodgate - I thought England won that first half on points

    Jesse Lingard celebrates
  40. HALF-TIME

    England U21 1-1 Germany U21

    So 1-1 at the break. A half of two halves. Germany were on top in the opening few moments and took the lead through Philipp Hofmann, but England kept their composure and hit back through Jesse Lingard. In fact, the home side have created more clear-cut chances.

    More of the same please.

  41. Post update

    Ex-England defender Jonathan Woodgate

    "England are starting to play better and starting to come in to the game more, they're playing with more intensity and if they can cut out the loose passes they'll be on their way."

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    England U21 1-1 Germany U21

    The corner comes to nothing, but it is England finishing the half on the front foot.

  43. Post update

    England U21 1-1 Germany U21

    England win a corner, as Carl Jenkinson's delivery is blocked.

  44. Post update

    England U21 1-1 Germany U21

    There are five minutes until half-time. England have impressed so far against a very good young Germany side.

  45. GREAT SAVE!

    England U21 1-1 Germany U21

    Cripes! It's picked up a bit at the Riverside Stadium.

    Germany win a free-kick and Liverpool's Emre Can fires in a peach of a strike that is pushed away by Jonathan Bond. Amin Younes fires wide with his angled "I'm going to take everybody out" follow-up.

  46. GOAL

    England U21 1-1 Germany U21 - Jesse Lingard

    It was coming. Jesse Lingard, who went close moments earlier, slots into the Germany keeper's right-hand corner from Carl Jenkinson's low delivery.

    England's goal scorer Jesse Lingard
  47. CLOSE!

    England U21 0-1 Germany U21

    Two great chances for England.

    Nathan Redmond picks up the ball in midfield and finds Danny Ings. The Burnley man performs a couple of stepovers but his brilliant low shot is well saved by Marc-Andre ter Stegen. The Barcelona keeper is then called in to action again to keep out Ben Gibson's stooping header and Jesse Lingard's follow-up.

    Pressure building.

  48. Post update

    England U21 0-1 Germany U21

    Germany are doing a great job at closing down England's midfield. Everton full-back Luke Garbutt finds a bit of space down the left but he is put under pressure and his cross drifts out of play.

  49. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    England predicted starting XI for Euro 2020
    Image caption: BBC's predicted England starting XI for Euro 2020

    Not many of you think that Jack Wilshire will make it to Euro 2020...

    Christopher Bell: No Wilshere for me. A) not good enough B) more injury prone than Jamie Redknapp and Darren Anderton combined.

    Garath Thorn: Luke Shaw? Don't be silly... Luke Garbutt the next left back after Baines.

    Macauley Mills: What about Jon Flanagan and James Ward-Prowse, plus if Jordon Ibe carries on playing how he has he'll be in there, I prefer him over Sterling now.

    Keep your selections coming Tweet us at #bbcfootball, text us on 81111, go to BBC Sport's Facebook page or use BBC Sport's Google+ page.

  50. Post update

    England U21 0-1 Germany U21

    Germany are lively in attack - 5ft 6in Amin Younes of Borussia Monchengladbach turns James Ward-Prowse inside out on the left-hand side of the England area. He reminded me of Lione...

  51. CLOSE!

    England U21 0-1 Germany U21

    Almost an equaliser for England. Barcelona keeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen has to be alert to block Jesse Lingard's sidefoot effort at the far post from Nathan Redmond's cross.

  52. Post update

    England U21 0-1 Germany U21

    England have a corner after Germany cut out a ball meant for Danny Ings.

    Danny Ings challenges for the ball
  53. YELLOW CARD

    England U21 0-1 Germany U21

    Germany's Moritz Leitner pulls back Nathan Redmond in the middle of the park and is shown the first yellow of the night.

  54. Post update

    England U21 0-1 Germany U21

    Ex-England defender Jonathan Woodgate

    "That was clinical, England haven't got near them or laid a finger on them. We've just been passing it around without any real direction. That was a great finish from the Germans."

    Germany score the first goal against England
  55. GOAL

    England U21 0-1 Germany U21 - Philipp Hofmann

    Lovely, lovely strike.

    That came out of the blue. Philipp Hofmann collects Christian Gunter's ball from the left, turns in the area then fires a low drive past Jonathan Bond.

    That's his eighth goal for the U21s in his 15th appearance. He plays for German second division side Kaiserslautern.

    Germany celebrate
  56. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    England predicted starting XI for Euro 2020
    Image caption: BBC's predicted England starting XI for Euro 2020

    More of your selections for England's Euro 2020 squad, could Andy Carroll feature eight years after his European Championship debut?

    James Hyde: Even as a Norwich fan, I would be shocked to see Redmond become an England regular. Not so much hit and miss as hit and misses.

    Mike Clark: What about Andy Carroll???

    Nye Crozier: No room for Berahino or Ings? I personally would be intrigued to see Kane have a good strike partner.

    Keep your selections coming. Tweet us at #bbcfootball, text us on 81111, go to BBC Sport's Facebook page or use BBC Sport's Google+ page.

  57. Post update

    England U21 0-0 Germany U21

    Schalke's Max Meyer takes it but his delivery is easily collected by Watford keeper Jonathan Bond. You can do better than that Max.

  58. Post update

    England U21 0-0 Germany U21

    Hang on! Free-kick to Germany from 40 yards out.....

  59. Post update

    England U21 0-0 Germany U21

    It has been a steady start to the match by both sides (euphemism for 'not a lot has happened') in what appears to be a drizzly night at the Riverside Stadium - any fans watching the match give me a weather forecast.

  60. Post update

    Ex-England defender Jonathan Woodgate

    "We have to retain the ball better from the back there, we can't just keep hitting it forward in hope. You look at how Germany are holding the ball and playing it out from the back, that's a totally different game from what you usually see from us.

    "This is how international football is played and we're struggling to get the ball as a result at the moment."

  61. Post update

    England U21 0-0 Germany U21

    England are set up with current Derby player Jesse Lingard on the left of Danny Ings in attack and Norwich's Nathan Redmond on the right. They have yet to test the full-backs.

  62. Post update

    England U21 0-0 Germany U21

    Germany are playing in red and black hooped shirts and black shorts, as you do, while England are in all white - some of the players are wearing white boots. Dazzling.

  63. KICK-OFF

    England U21 0-0 Germany U21

    Germany get the match under way.

  64. Post update

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    Anthems played. Ready for a bit of England v Germany?

  65. Teams coming out

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    The teams are coming out. Should be a cracker at the Riverside Stadium - it's rarely disappointing between these two nations at any level.

  66. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    England predicted starting XI for Euro 2020
    Image caption: BBC's predicted England starting XI for Euro 2020

    More on who England should be looking to for Euro 2020. See our predictions above.

    Harry Wates: For me it has to be Hart, Clyne, Stones, Jones, Bertrand, Wilshere, Henderson, Delph, Barkley, Kane, Sterling. 4-4-2 diamond.

    Alex Swinden: Not saying this because I'm a Leeds fan but Lewis Cook is going on to huge things he's with the u18s.

    Tom Sweeney: Will Hughes is already a better technical footballer than those three centre midfielders.

    Keep your selections coming. Tweet us at #bbcfootball, text us on 81111, go to BBC Sport's Facebook page or use BBC Sport's Google+ page.

  67. 'We're building a reputation'

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    England U21s manager Gareth Southgate, speaking to BT Sport: "We wanted to play four of the top teams in Europe across November and March. We wanted to really test ourselves and get us prepared for the summer. The previous games have done that and tonight will be no different.

    "Germany are good in possession, they're well organised and they like to play out from the back. But we focus on what we do well and other teams are looking at us and the way that we play. We're growing in confidence and we're starting to build a reputation."

  68. Southgate back at Boro

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    Gareth Southgate

    What you have might also noticed is that England U21 coach Gareth Southgate is back at his old haunt.

    Southgate spent three years as manager of Boro and five years as a player, when the former defender helped the side win the League Cup and finish as runners-up in the 2006 Uefa Cup.

    "It's been nice to see some familiar faces coming here but I've been back quite a few times before to see people like Aitor Karanka [current manager] and Dave Parnaby [youth coach].

    "Everybody makes me really welcome, which is great, but the game is about making sure the team perform on the night."

  69. Stat attack

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    England striker Wayne Rooney
  70. LINE-UPS

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    Liverpool midfielder Emre Can starts for Germany as does Schalke's Max Meyer, with Barcelona's Marc-Andre ter Stegen in goal. Arsenal midfielder/forward Serge Gnabry is on the bench.

    Germany XI: Ter Stegen, Gunter, Ginter, Bittencourt, Leitner, Emre Can, Julian Korb, Robin Knocke, Hofman, Younes, Meyer

  71. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    We're asking you to predict your England starting XI for Euro 2020 (see 19:04 entry) - there's a lot of love for a certain Arsenal man.

    Christian Green: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain instead of Redmond surely?

    Isa Zina: What happened to Alex Oxlade Chamberlain in 2020?

    SV Sveni: I think Chambers would get the nod over Dier at CB, also believe Kieran Gibbs would get the nod over Luke Shaw.

    Keep your selections coming Tweet us at #bbcfootball, text us on 81111, go to BBC Sport's Facebook page or use BBC Sport's Google+ page.

  72. LINE-UPS

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    So Danny Ings starts in attack. Norwich's Nathan Redmond - of predicted future England Euro 2020 squad fame (see earlier entry) - will support him.

    West Ham's on-loan defender Carl Jenkinson and Everton's John Stones return to the backline, while Derby's Will Hughes and Jesse Lingard (on loan from Manchester United) take their places in midfield.

    Coach Gareth Southgate has gone with Watford's Jonathan Bond in goal in place of Fulham's Marcus Bettinelli.

  73. The opposition

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    England U21 v Germany U21 2009 final

    So can this current Germany Under-21 squad emulate the one that beat England 4-0 to win the 2009 Euros? Some of that squad went on to lift the World Cup five years later - as you can see.

    "The quality and the level of experience on the international stage we have in this squad are impressive," said Germany U21 coach Horst Hrubesch recently.

    "I want to give every player another chance to put himself forward and make the decision for us coaches as difficult as possible."

    Germany did not fare too well at the last Euros in Germany because Andre Schurrle, Julian Draxler and Marc-Andre ter Stegen joined the senior team, while Toni Kroos and Mario Gotze were injured.

    Hrubesch says this young Germany group are much stronger - let's see if they are.

  74. 'It's not just about the result'

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    England Under 21 Gareth Southgate

    Enough fun. Let's get serious.

    Gareth Southgate's young side arrive into this match on the back of a 1-0 win over Czech Republic, having recently enjoyed an 11-GAME WINNING RUN.

    Today they are without key personnel such as Eric Dier, Jack Butland, Nathaniel Chalobah and forwards Saido Berahino and Patrick Bamford, so it is a big ask for them to get back-to-back wins.

    "We're freshening the side up from the other night and I think it's important that everyone starts a game and we still look a strong team so I'm looking forward to seeing us play," he revealed.

    "They have belief in the way they work and their ability. We've picked some matches both this month and last November to test them and stretch us in different ways, so it's not just about the result."

  75. Breaking team news

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    England coach Gareth Southgate makes eight changes from the side that defeated Czech Republic 1-0 last week. Burnley's Danny Ings starts up front.

  76. Join the debate at #bbcfootball

    Predicted England Euro 2020 starting XI

    England predicted starting XI for Euro 2020

    No controversy here whatsoever. I mean, you guys and gals would pick this England XI at Euro 2020, right?

    Norwich City's Nathan Redmond to support Harry Kane?

    Tottenham's Eric Dier and Everton's John Stones at the heart of defence?

    Do you agree with the selection? If not, who would you take out and who would you include?

    Remember to cut and keep this so you can embarrass us in five years time when you compare it to the actual starting XI (assuming England get there).

    Tweet us at #bbcfootball, text us on 81111, go to BBC Sport's Facebook page or use BBC Sport's Google+ page.

  77. The future is bright?

    England U21 v Germany U21 (19:45 BST)

    Nathan Redmond (right)

    To Under 21 or not to Under 21, that is the question.

    This issue is more than than just club v country, it's club v country v what level for your country.

    England Under 21s face their German counterparts at 19:45 BST, without Liverpool's Raheem Sterling (20), Everton's Ross Barkley (21) and Tottenham's Harry Kane (21) - all three are in the current senior squad.

    Their berths in the squad for this summer's U21 European Championship in the Czech Republic have not been confirmed - with reasons for their possible absence ranging from club tour commitments to permanent graduation to the senior squad.

    So with the likes of Nathan Redmond, Danny Ings and James Ward-Prowse in the squad, is this England U21 squad good enough to become European champions this summer?

    We will get a good measure of their chances against the much-fancied Germans at the Riverside.

    Stay here - oh, we've got a heck of a Get Involved coming up.