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Youth takes on experience on Sunday in the Confederations Cup championship match.Joachim Low left most veterans at home and brought a German squad of mostly young players to the eight-team tournament in Russia.And they face a veteran and tested Chile side that seems to be playing in peak form heading into the final, hoping for their third trophy in three years after winning Copa America in 2015 and 2016.The German side have exceeded expectations at the tournament, which is a test event ahead of Russia playing host to the 2018 World Cup.Saint Petersburg’s Krestovsky Stadium hosts the final of the Confederations Cup on Sunday, in which reigning World Cup winners Germany will go head-to-head with the current Copa América champions, Chile. These sides have certainly been the two most impressive teams in the tournament so far, and it should be a thoroughly excellent final.

Chile vs Germany Live

Match Schedule
Chile vs Germany
Competition: Germany vs Chile
Competitor: Chile vs Germany Live
Date: July 02, 2017
Time: Live Pm 1:00 ET
Live/Repeat: Live

Germany head in high on confidence: not only did they top their group — edging out Chile by two points — but they demolished Mexico 4-1 in the semifinal. Chile, by contrast, were in deadlock with Portugal in their semifinal, and had to go all the way to penalties before emerging victorious. It could well be that fatigue will take its toll on Juan Antonio Pizzi’s men.

These sides have already met in this tournament, though it’s a game that gives few clues as to which way the trophy will be heading. Alexis Sánchez gave Chile the lead in Kazan, only for Lars Stindl to peg them back shortly before halftime. The game ended all square. Germany head into this match as slight favourites, though Chile are sure to be stubborn opponents.