Germany and Poland: two teams gunning to secure their place in the next round of Euro 2016. It will be a hard-fought contest and Germany's first trip back to the Stade de France since the Paris attacks in November.
Germany are set to face what is widely regarded as their toughest opponent in Group C of Euro 2016 in France. A victory over Poland would see "Die Mannschaft" take a big step towards the knockout stage.
England got a much-needed win under their belts, and France came up with a big victory in the Stade de France after coming up short in the Euro 2016 final three months ago.
The draw has been held for the 2018 World Cup, which kicks off in Russia next summer. Germany will open the defense of their 2014 World Cup title against Mexico, before facing Sweden and South Korea in Group F.
Germany can take a big step towards finishing first in Group C with a win over Poland on Thursday. They will be looking to do so at a venue they know all too well - one of the scenes of last November’s Paris attacks.
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