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Germany vs Hungary, Friendly : Game time, TV schedule and streaming

Bayern Munich players are in action in European friendlies.

Germany - Ascona Training Camp Day 11 Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Bongarts/Getty Images

With Euro 2016 kicking off next week, many countries are squeezing in their final friendly tune-ups before the tournament. Saturday morning features three games involving Bayern Munich players: Germany vs. Hungary, Austria vs. Netherlands, France vs. Scotland.

France is the next destination for Europe's elite, with Euro 2016 beginning Friday June 10.

Germany vs. Hungary

Location: Veltins Arena, Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Time: 6:00 pm local time, 12:00 pm ET

TV/Streaming: USA (ESPN News, ESPN Deportes, Watch ESPN), UK (BT Sport Europe, BT Sport Live Streaming), Germany (ZDF)

Full Listings: Other Countries

Obviously the focus of today's games, Bayern-heavy Germany will host Hungary at the Veltins Arena. All of the Bayern players will be available for the match, except for Mats Hummels, as he still recovers from his calf injury. As has been the case ever since he came onto the scene, Thomas Müller will be the star of the show for the Germans, and they'll hope they can get him going against another tournament team before they travel to France.

Austria vs Netherlands

Location: Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna, Austria

Time: 8:30 pm local time, 2:30 pm ET

TV/Streaming: USA (ESPN 3), Germany (ORF 1)

Full Listings: Other Countries

With Arjen Robben in Munich continuing to rehab from his most recent injury, David Alaba takes center stage in the friendly between Austria and the Netherlands. While he recently scored a hilarious own goal, Alaba remains one of the best players in the world. If Austria is to have success at Euro 2016, Alaba is the key. He'll be turned loose in the midfield, where he feels he's the most effective.

France vs. Scotland

Location: Stade Saint Symphorien, Metz, France

Time: 9:00 pm local time, 3:00 pm ET

TV/Streaming: USA (ESPN 2, ESPN Deportes, Watch ESPN), UK (Premier Sports)

Full Listings: Other Countries

Kingsley Coman is the Bayern player involved with Les Bleus these days following Franck Ribery's international retirement. In their last friendly against Cameroon, Coman started the match and played a solid 75 minutes, notching an assist. Euro 2016 may not be his tournament, but few players in the entire world have a brighter future than Coman.

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