IT'S a new-look England squad taking on old rivals Germany tonight as the Gareth Southgate era kicks off.
Both sides should play with freedom in this friendly so plenty of attacking football and a few goals looks likely.
Southgate's squad is light on top-class strikers with Harry Kane crocked but with the likes of Raheem Sterling, Adam Lallana and Marcus Rashford in the ranks England should get on the scoresheet.
All but one of the last six meetings have seen both teams score and over 2.5 goals and I fancy btts in Dortmund tonight.
England v Germany (7.45pm)
Both teams to score (9-11, 188bet)