EURO 2020 – UEFA European Qualifiers – Germany vs Belarus Preview & Prediction
When does Germany vs Belarus kick off? Saturday 16th November, 2019 – 19:45 (UK)
Where is Germany vs Belarus being played? Stadion im BORUSSIA-PARK
What television channel is Germany vs Belarus on? Sky have the rights to UEFA European Qualifiers matches in the UK, so it is worth checking the Sky Sports schedule
Where can I stream Germany vs Belarus? If the match is televised on Sky Sports, then subscribers will be able to stream the match live via Sky Go
What was the score when the teams last met? Belarus 0-2 Germany
THE TEAM NEWS
- Germany will seal their place at EURO 2020 if they better Northern Ireland's result on Saturday night, and they have only lost one of their last 14 European qualifiers on home soil.
- Coach Joachim Low again has a lengthy injury list to contend with, with key duo Kai Havertz and Marco Reus pulling out of the squad, although fellow midfielders Toni Kroos and Leon Goretzka return.
- With Niklas Stark doubtful and Niklas Sule ruled out until the end of the season, Matthias Ginter is set to start at his home ground alongside Jonathan Tah in the centre of defence.
Predicted line-up (4-3-3): Neuer; Klostermann, Tah, Ginter, Schulz; Kroos, Gundogan, Kimmich; Brandt, Werner, Gnabry
Unavailable: Kehrer (Injured), Sane (Injured), Rudiger (Injured), Trapp (Injured), Sule (Injured), Havertz (Injured), Reus (Injured), Draxler (Injured), Halstenberg (Injured), Can (Suspended)
Doubtful: Stark (Injured)
- Belarus can no longer qualify from the group having picked up just four points but they have qualified for the play-offs via the Nations League.
- Ivan Bakhar, who started against Netherlands last month, is unavailable due to injury so Pavel Nekhajchik is expected to be recalled in attack.
- Ivan Maevski was benched against Netherlands having started every other match in this campaign so he should be recalled, while Nikolai Zolotov could make his competitive debut at left-back.
Predicted line-up (4-2-3-1): Gutor; Polyakov, Martynovich, Naumov, Zolotov; Maevski, Yablonski; Nekhaychik, Dragun, Stasevich; Laptev
Unavailable: Savitski (Injured), Bakhar (Injured), Politevich (Injured)
Germany's defeat to Netherlands is the only blot on their record in this campaign, and they have scored at least two goals in every game. Die Mannschaft will want to wrap up qualification before their clash with Northern Ireland and with Werner and Gnabry in great form, they should win comfortably.