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World Cup – UEFA Qualification: 2017
Germany vs San Marino Live Streaming
Date :Saturday, June 10, 2017
Kick-off : 02:45p ET
TV Channel: FS@
Venue: Frankenstadion, Nuremberg, Germany
Germany will go into their FIFA World Cup qualifier against San Marino as overwhelming favorites.
The last time Germany and San Marino squared off, the former convincingly battered the latter, and in fact taught them a footballing lesson or two. Home advantage did not prove to be enough for San Marino, and they ended up losing by an 8-0 scoreline.
Team News and Tactics
Joachin Loew, in his press conference, stated that Marc-Andre ter Stegen will start in goal ahead of Bernd Leno. The Barcelona keeper has been instrumental for his club this past season, and is a vital keeper for the future of the German national team.
Julian Draxler will captain the team, and is expected to start on the right flank. The PSG winger can play as a number 10, and is likely to drift in, leaving the wide attacking duties to Bayern Munich’s flying right-back Joshua Kimmich.
This would see Lars Stindl play as the second striker when Germany have the ball, and drop slightly deeper when they are without possession, with Timo Werner pressing the defenders. Sandro Wagner could also be named ahead of the RB Leipzig man.
Germany’s injury woes in midfield may see Leon Goretzka start alongside Emre Can. The Liverpool midfielder is likely to play as a holding midfielder and drop even deep while defending, while Goretzka is expected to put his creativity to use in the final third.
Germany Probable XI: Ter Stegen; Kimmich, Sule, Rudiger, Hector; Goretzka, Can; Draxler, Stindl, Rudy; Werner.
San Marino go into this one with zero expectations, but will be hesitant to throw caution to the wind so as to avoid an embarrassment. They are likely to line up in a 4-4-1-1 shape, with two banks of four playing extremely narrow, cramping the Germans for space in midfield.
They know that if they allow Germany possession, they will work their way into the box to devastating effect, and manager Pierangelo Manzaroli could ask his players to maintain a high press once the ball crosses the halfway line.
Michele Cervellini is one of the finest tacklers in recent history for the Sammarinese, and is expected to battle Can man for man in the middle of the park. The Liverpool man may have a strength advantage on him, but Cervellini is the more technical of the two.
The modern game persuades managers to play flying full-backs, but Manzaroli is expected to instruct Cesarini and Brolli to stay back at all times, and deal with the threat Die Mannschaft could provide from wider areas.
San Marino Probable XI: Benedettini; Cesarini, Biordi, Cevoli, Brolli; Hirsch, Golinucci, Cervellini Tosi; Vitaloli; Stefanelli.
Germany 5-0 San Marino
This Germany side does not possess the quality it did when they thumped San Marino come the end of last year, but has enough in it, to dominate the opposition, and win the game by a fine margin.
The likes of Wagner, Werner and Stindl have been prolific in front of goal this season, and the time has now come for them to perform on the big stage. This match has come at the perfect time for them, and they are likely to be among the chances on Saturday.