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By Ultan Corcoran@UltanCorcoran

Confirmed lineups: Germany vs Switzerland

Julian Nagelsmann has officially named his starting team ahead of Germany's final Group A clash with Switzerland tonight.

With just under an hour to go until kick-off, head coach Julian Nagelsmann announced his Germany team to take on Switzerland in Frankfurt this evening.

The 36-year-old has opted for an unchanged team from the side that bagged a 2-0 victory over Hungary last Wednesday on Matchday 2 with goals from Jamal Musiala and Ilkay Gündogan.

Manuel Neuer starts between the posts, Maximilian Mittelstädt will look to maintain his fine form at left-back, with Ilkay Gündogan captaining the side in midfield. Kai Havertz keeps his place up top.

A win or draw would prove to be more than enough for Die Mannschaft to secure top spot in Group A. Said outcome would also ensure an optimal draw for the host nation ahead of the Round of 16 stage.

Switzerland, who boast a talented handful of past and present Bundesliga players, have also gone with their strongest side. Only a win would see Murat Yakin's men go through as Group A winners.

As has been the case I previous games, Switzerland have made two changes since their 1-1 draw with Scotland. Their defence and midfield remains as normal, while Xherdan Shaqiri and Augsburg's Ruben Vargas drop out for Fabian Rieder and Breel Embolo up top.

You can find the official starting line-ups for both Germany and Switzerland below:

Germany (4-2-3-1):

Neuer - Kimmich, Tah, Rudiger, Mittelstädt - Andrich, Kroos - Musiala, Gündogan (c), Wirtz - Havertz

Switzerland (3-4-3):

Sommer - Schär, Akanji, Rodriguez - Widmer, Xhaka (c), Freuler, Aebischer - Rieder, Embolo, Ndoye

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