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Germany vs. Poland live stream: Game time, TV schedule and how to watch Euro 2016 online

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Bayern Munich’s Germany contingent will have to face their pal Robert Lewandowski and Poland.

Germany v Poland - EURO 2016 Qualifier Photo by Lars Baron/Bongarts/Getty Images

Euro 2016 has put together some brilliant games for our enjoyment so far in the tournament. Thursday sees three interesting games. However, while only two of those games may be “watchable”, all three games can and will be discussed here at Bavarian Football Works.

England vs. Wales (Group B)

The day opens with a game between two of the “Home Nations” when England and Wales face each other. If Wales can take all three points against England, they will guarantee themselves a spot in the knockout rounds. Anything less than a win puts England in a difficult spot with their final match against Slovakia.

Location: Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens, France

Time: 3:00 PM local, 9:00 AM ET

TV/Streaming: USA (ESPN, SiriusXM FC, ESPN Deportes Radio, WATCH ESPN, ESPN3 USA, ESPN Deportes TV), UK (S4C, BBC One UK, BBC Wales, TalkSport Radio UK, BBC Radio 5 Live), Canada (TSN Radio 1040 | 1410 Vancouver, RDS, TSN5, TSN4), Germany (ORF 1, SRF zwei, ZDF, Sport1.FM, ORF TV Live Streaming)

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Ukraine vs. Northern Ireland (Group C)

If you have to miss one match on Thursday, this is likely the one you want to skip. Ukraine and Northern Ireland isn’t likely shaping up to be a barnburner, and Northern Ireland are surely one of, if not the worst team in the entire tournament. A Ukraine victory puts them in a strong position to advance to the knockout round with the final match against Poland.

Location: Parc Olympique Lyonnais, Lyon, France

Time: 6:00 PM local, 12:00 PM ET

TV/Streaming: USA (ESPN, ESPN Deportes TV, SiriusXM FC, ESPN Deportes Radio, WATCH ESPN), UK (TalkSport Radio UK, BBC Northern Ireland, BBC Radio 5 Live, STV Scotland, ITV 1 UK), Canada (TSN Radio 1040 | 1410 Vancouver, TSN4, RDS, TSN5), Germany (ORF TV Live Streaming, ZDF, SRF zwei, ORF 1, Sport1.FM)

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Germany vs. Poland (Group C)

The big match of the day features Bayern Munich stars on both sides. Robert Lewandowski and Poland will attempt to pull one over his club teammates and Germany. Mats Hummels isn’t expected to get the start for Jogi Löw’s side, and it’s likely that he fields a similar lineup that took the field against Ukraine. If Bastian Schweinsteiger doesn't get the start for Germany, it’s likely that Manuel Neuer will once again wear the captain’s armband. Both teams are sitting pretty in the group following their opening victories, and a win here will put one team through to the next round.

Location: Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France

Time: 9:00 PM local, 3:00 PM ET

TV/Streaming: USA (SiriusXM FC, WATCH ESPN, ESPN3 USA, ESPN Deportes TV, ESPN Deportes Radio, ESPN), UK (TalkSport Radio UK, STV Scotland, BBC Radio 5 Live, The ITV Hub, ITV 1 UK), Canada (RDS, TSN4, TSN5, TSN Radio 1040 | 1410 Vancouver), Germany (SRF zwei, ORF 1, ZDF, Sport1.FM, ORF TV Live Streaming)

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