Germany won't be permitted to train at Wembley on the night before they clash with England in Euro 2020's 16th round. This is due to concerns that too much rain in London could cause damage to the pitch.Bild, a German newspaper, called it a scandal because it unfairly favors England who played all three of the group games on their turf.Sky Sports News has been informed by UEFA that while it is regrettable, this decision was necessary and will be applied to all teams participating in a final-16 match at Wembley.After discussions with Wembley ground personnel, the Austrians and Italian players were also prohibited from training on the pitch prior to their knockout game on Saturday.Image: The showdown between England & Germany will be held at Wembley on TuesdayFor the 48 hours leading up to Tuesday's kick-off at 5pm, thunderstorms and heavy rainfall are expected in north London.Germany has changed their training plans. They will now have an additional session at Herzogenaurach, near Nuremberg, on Monday morning before flying to London later that day.0:28 Germany's Thomas Muller downplayed concerns about a knee injury that could affect his preparations for Tuesday’s Euro 2020 final-16 match against EnglandKai Havertz admitted that Germany's match with England will be a special game for him and has stated his willingness to accept a penalty.Both sides will meet at Wembley on Tuesday to compete for a spot in the Euro 2020 quarterfinals.1:35 Kai Havertz states that England has'some of most talented players' and Germany is not underestimating them before their showdown at Wembley UEFA 2020Forward Havertz, one the three Chelsea players who were part of the Germany squad along with Timo Werner, Antonio Rudiger and Antonio Rudiger, said at a Bavaria press conference on Sunday: "Ofcourse, this is an extraordinary game for me."I have played at Wembley at some point in my life. We'll all do our best to win this big game.Peter Smith talks to Gary Neville ahead of England vs Germany in order to discuss tactics for the big last-16 tie at Euro 2020.Sky Sports' pundit explains why playing a back-three can not only help England to nullify Germany’s wingbacks, but also allow the Three Lions' attack to "cause massive issues" at the other end.Neville also talks about Raheem Sterling’s leadership in the team, the lessons the current generation can take from Euro 96 heartbreak, Germany and why he thinks England can win over their old rivalsWill it happen again? Jamie Carragher believes that England vs Germany will face penalties in Tuesday's 16th of Euro 2020 at Wembley.Peter Smith joined Sky Sports' pundit to discuss the match and explain why they may only be separated by spot-kicks.Carragher also discusses England's defense, which has kept three clean sheets. He also explains Gareth Southgate's factors when deciding whether to pick Jordan Henderson. And he talks about whether Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell still have a role to play, despite being unavailable until Monday.England and Germany are rivals in international football. The two countries are on a collision course in Euro 2020's last-16. Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp joined Peter Smith to analyze both camps before Tuesday's match at Wembley.Jamie Redknapp, a member of the England squad dumped out of Euro 96 by Germany, assesses the Three Lions' performances in the group stages of Euro 2020 and explains why Gareth Southgate's talented squad have nothing to fear against the Germans.The prospect of facing England at Wembley is one every Germany player will relish irrespective of an inconsistent group stage, according to Sky Germany reporter Uli Kohler, who talks tactics, Jamal Musiala, Jadon Sancho and the dreaded prospect of penalties with Peter in part two.