Germany vs Italy live streaming, Euro 2012 scores & highlights
Its Germany vs Italy in the second semi-final of the Euro 2012. The game will be played at the National Stadium in Warsaw on Thursday, June 28, 2012.
The match kicks-off at 18:45 GMT. See live scores.
Istream is streaming the Euro 2012 matches live. The online streaming can be watched here at 18:45 GMT.
Three time champion Germany have won their last 15 successive competitive games, breaking the 14-match international record previously held by Spain (2010-11), Netherlands (2008-10) and France (2002-04).
However Germany have failed to beat Italy in all seven previous encounters at major tournaments. Having never lost to Germany in a major final Italy would like to extend the record in the EURO 2012 semifinal in Warsaw.
Italy haven't yet lost a competitive game under coach Cesare Prandelli, recording nine wins and five draws to date. Last time Italy lost to Germany was in June 1995.
Germany have previously contested six European Championship semi-finals, failing to reach the final just once in 1988.
They have reached the semi-final of major tournaments 17 times, losing on just six occasions. Italy have failed to reach the final in two of the ten semi-finals they have played at major tournaments.
Germany midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger who has overcome a lingering ankle problem and will be available for his country`s semi-final showdown with Italy. He has been declared fit despite having treatment on a nagging ankle injury.
Joachim Loew may who rested Mario Gomez, Lukas Podolski and Thomas Mueller against Greece may recall them. For Italy's coach Cesare Prandelli players Giorgio Chiellini, Daniele De Rossi and Ignazio Abate are all injury doubtfuls.
Italy team 's doctor Enrico Castellacci refused to comment on the player chances of making to semi-final game, other than reassuring fans: "We are doing everything possible."
Germany midfielder Schweinsteiger insisted he was "100 per cent fit" after his ankle problem to play Italy. Schweinsteiger complained of a sore ankle after the last-eight win over Greece.
Watch the highlights here after the game is over.