Current form: Germany vs Spain
Both Germany and Spain come into this match in strong form. Die Nationalelf did have to work harder than expected against China, but they earned a well-deserved 1-0 victory in order to make it a tenth straight win over the Steel Roses - and more important, to maintain their very impressive shut-out record. 19-year-old defender Giulia Gwinn scored her first ever goal at senior level to help give her side all three points. Overall, Germany are unbeaten in their last six, with four wins and two draws, and will be looking to continue building on their solid form under their new manager.
Spain, meanwhile, had to come from behind as they fell a goal down to debutants South Africa; however, their opponents' joy was short lived as La Roja scored three goals sans reply to earn a 3-1 victory. Although La Roja have lost just one of their last six matches, they did not come into this game off the back of victories. Their win over South Africa helped snap a two game drawing streak and having held Germany to a scoreless draw in their last meeting, Spain will be looking to really assert themselves against the team who's only ranked behind the USWNT as per FIFA.
Many figured that it would be Germany and Spain fighting for top spot in Group B, and the two European sides will now go toe-to-toe in a match that will ultimately decide who finishes as group winners and who settles for second spot.
Match facts and stats: Germany vs Spain
- This will be the fourth meeting between Spain and Germany, but the first at a Women's World Cup
- Spain, to date, have never beaten Germany (D1 L2)
Team news: Germany vs Spain
Germany: No new injuries, but 17-year-old midfielder Lena Oberdorf picked up a yellow during her team's clash with China, so she'll have to be careful here to avoid another one so as not to be suspended for matchday three.
Spain: Likewise, Spain have no new injuries. Midfielder Marta Correda earned a yellow card against Jamaica so will also have to toe the line so as not to be potentially suspended for Spain's final group stage game against China.
Where to watch Germany vs Spain on June 12, 2019
In the USA, Germany vs Spain will be shown on FOX Network, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, NBC Sports Live Extra App, and Telemundo.
Supporters in Germany can cheer on die Nationalef via ZDF and DAZN.
Gol will show the team's clash with Germany for fans based in Spain.
Live elsewhere? Here are your options to catch Germany vs Spain:
Germany vs Spain Broadcast Information
Stadium: Stade du Hainaut (Valenciennes)
Canada: TSN3, TSN1, TSN4, TSN GO, TSN5, RDS GO
France: Canal+ France
Germany: ZDF, DAZN
India: Sony LIV
Indonesia: beIN Sports Connect Indonesia, beIN Sports 2 Indonesia
Malaysia: Astro Supersport, Astro Go
Nigeria: SL2G, SuperSport 3 Nigeria, SuperSport 3 Africa
Portugal: RTP Play
Turkey: TRT Spor, TRT Spor Web TV
United Kingdom: BBC Sport Live, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button
United States: Telemundo, FOX Network, NBC Sports Live Extra App, fuboTV, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, FOX Sports GO