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England U21sEngland Under-21s
2-2
Germany U21sGermany Under-21s
Gray (41'), Abraham (50')
FT(HT: 1-1)
Selke (35'), Platte (70')
Germany U21s win 4-3 on penalties

Team News: Two changes apiece for England Under-21s and Germany Under-21s

Team News: Two changes apiece for England, Germany
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England Under-21s and Germany Under-21s both make two changes apiece ahead of their Under-21 Euro 2017 semi-final in Tychy.

England Under-21s and Germany Under-21s have both made two changes apiece ahead of their Under-21 Euro 2017 semi-final in Tychy.

Chelsea midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah has recovered from his groin complaint to start for Aidy Boothroyd's side, but Nathan Redmond is only able to make the bench.

The Southampton winger picked up a hamstring problem against Poland in the group stage and his place in the team is taken by new Watford signing Will Hughes.

Elsewhere, Swansea City loanee Tammy Abraham comes back into the team at the expense of Reading's John Swift.

For Germany, meanwhile, Mahmoud Dahoud and Mitchell Weiser drop out from the team that lost 1-0 to Italy in their final group game.

Freiburg striker Janik Haberer and new Borussia Dortmund signing Maximilian Philipp take their place in Stefan Kuntz's starting XI.

England Under-21s: Pickford, Holgate, Chambers, Mawson, Chilwell, Gray, Chalobah, Hughes, Ward-Prowse, Baker, Abraham
Subs: Stephens, Redmond, Targett, Gunn, Murphy, Swift, Holding, Hause, Iorfa, Grealish, Mitchell, Woodrow

Germany Under-21s: Pollersbeck, Toljan, Gerhardt, Stark, Kempf, Meyer, Arnold, Gnabry, Haberer, Philipp, Selke
Subs: Schwabe, Vlachodimos, Anton, Jung, Klunter, Kehrer, Dahoud, Weiser, Amiri, Oztunali, Kohr, Platte

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