Euros: England not afraid of Germany physicality

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Euros: England not afraid of Germany physicality
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Sarina Wiegman and Leah Williamson preview England's final against Germany at Wembley on Sunday.

Captain Wllliamson says the England players are convinced by their style of play and they will not be bullied by German physicality.

England’s highly-anticipated clash against Germany is expected to draw in the biggest home TV audience on record for a women’s football match.

Some 90,000 fans are due to fill Wembley Stadium – most hoping to watch the Lionesses secure the first major tournament title for an England team since 1966 – while millions more watch from homes, pubs and fan zones.

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