The previous record attendance for England's Women is 29,092 tickets. They are predicted to smash that record after the FA announced they have sold close to 45,000 tickets to the game at Wembley, more than the 40,181 tickets sold for the England mens team against Norway at the same ground.
Over their World Cup Qualifying games England maintained a 100% win record and as Germany are currently ranked 2nd in the World, the game should provide a thrilling occasion.
England Manager Mark Sampson will be relying on clinical striker Eniola Aluko to get him the goals upfront and for attacking wing-back Alex Scott to cause the Germany defence all sorts of problems.
Germany will attempt to give the England back four cause for concern, through attacking midfielder Dzsenifer Marozsan. Who won the Golden Ball at the 2012 (under 20) World Cup.
England will know they have the crowd behind them as their joined by their record number of fans and could cause an upset should they beat Germany.
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