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The Germans will look to get their fourteenth straight qualifier victory. Joachim Low’s team has maximum points after their three Group C games. Erik Hamren’s men have played two games and currently stand on the second place with six points.
Germany goes the second in the current FIFA world rankings after Spain. They finished third in the latest World Cup and reached the semi-finals on Euro 2012. Germany have scored twenty four goals in eleven games and conceded fifteen.
Sweden goes the twenty first in the rankings. They failed to qualify for the last World Cup in 2010. In Euro 2012 Sweden left the competition at the group stage. Sweden have scored twenty five goals in twelve games and conceded ten.
Germany was the potential winners of Euro 2012. But they have lost to Italy in the semi-finals. Sweden, as always, hopes on their star-player Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Germany have a lot of players from the Bayern Munich. So that understanding from playing club football together has made them a real machine. They smashed up Irelands with the score 6-1 with 75% of ball possession. Toni Kroos and Mesut Ozil are the best players in midfield zone. Sweden’s Ibrahimovic scored thirty four goals in eighty three international games.
German’s coach is going to make two changes from the last match in Dublin. The captain Philipp Lahm is back from suspension. So he will play as a right-back instead of Jerome Boateng. Marcel Schmelzer retains his place on the left-hand wing.
Sami Khedira probably will be replaced by Toni Kroos, cause he has a calf injury. Miroslav Klose, Thomas Muller, Mesut Ozil and Marco Reus all will be in start squad and will serve strong attacks.
Sweden have a full strong squad. They can even make some changes from the last struggle against Faroe Islands on Friday.
Alexander Kacaniklic will replace Christian Wilhelmsson, who scored an equaliser within three minutes of his opening. Mathias Ranegie will play instead of Marcus Berg or Johan Elmander in for up front.
Germany line-up: Neuer, Lahm, Mertesacker, Badstuber, Schmelzer, Schweinsteiger, Kroos, Muller, Ozil, Reus, Klose.
Last three matches:
Ireland 1 – Germany 6;
Austria 1 – Germany 2;
Germany 3 – Faroe Islands 0.
Sweden line-up: Isaksson, Lustig, Granqvist, J Olsson, M Olsson, Wernbloom, Kallstrom, Larsson, Ibrahimovic, Kacaniklic, Ranegie.
Last three matches:
Faroe Islands 1 – Sweden 2;
Sweden 2 – Kazakhstan 0;
Sweden 1 – China 0.