Germany will be looking to kick their summer off right when they host Denmark in a friendly on Wednesday at 8pm (UK time).
Joachim Low’s men are preparing for a tough group in Euro 2020, while Denmark will hope they can use any result against Germany as motivation for the summer.
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Where to watch Germany vs Denmark on TV:
- UK: Sky Sports Premier League
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Scoreline prediction: Germany 3-0 Denmark
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Germany vs Denmark build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Three years ago Germany fell out of the World Cup at the group stage, another disgraced champion to surrender their crown so easily. They followed that up with disaster in the Nations League, only saved from relegation by a restructure. However, they put that firmly behind them in qualifying for Euro 2020 with relative ease. Euro 2020 will be the final tournament for Low, who will be replaced by Hansi Flick ahead of the September internationals, and Die Mannschaft will undoubtedly be looking to send him off with another piece of silverware. But they will need to build to the tournament with a good performance against Denmark.
Denmark were given a fairly decent draw for Euro 2020, up against Belgium, Russia and Finland, so will fancy their chances of reaching the knockout stages. But before they get there, they will be looking to build momentum with a positive result against Germany. The Danes are unbeaten in their three games in 2021 so far, beating Israel, Moldova and Austria in World Cup qualifying. Germany and Bosnia are the warm-up fixtures for the summer and now is the time for their squad to gel, with dreams of a 1992 repeat.
- Germany (vs North Macedonia): Ter Stegen*; Ginter, Can, Rudiger*, Gosens; Goretzka, Kimmich, Gundogan*; Sane, Gnabry, Havertz*.
- Denmark (vs Austria): Schmeichel; Wass, Kjaer, Christensen*, Maehle; Delaney, Hojbjerg; Poulsen, Eriksen, Braithwaite; Wind.
Germany will be without their Chelsea and Man City contingent as they return late following the Champions League final, while Marc-Andre ter Stegen will sit the summer out after undergoing surgery. Andreas Christensen will also miss out for Denmark after his role in Chelsea’s Champions League win, but Denmark have an otherwise full-strength squad.
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Players to watch:
- Germany: This summer all eyes will be on Thomas Muller‘s return from Germany exile, and Wednesday’s game should provide the first opportunity to see him back in Low’s team. Muller was one of the older players frozen out following the disaster of the 2018 World Cup, playing his final game for the nation in the last group stage match. But Muller kept his performance levels high and, particularly in 2020/21, made it impossible for Low to ignore him. Another Muller snub would have dominated the headlines in Germany unless they won Euro 2020, but Low saw sense and recalled the man who recorded 18 assists in the Bundesliga last season, more than any other player in Europe’s top five leagues.
- Denmark: When Denmark put Austria to the sword, Andreas Skov Olsen was at the forefront, coming off the bench to score twice in the 4-0 win. He won’t be a favourite to start against Germany, particularly as he had an underwhelming season for Bologna in Serie A, but Skov Olsen’s record since his Denmark debut makes him a good option from the bench. The 21-year-old has played five times for Denmark since making his debut against Faroe Islands in October 2020, a game that saw him score once and provide an assist (on top of winning a penalty). Another two assists followed in an 8-0 thrashing of Moldova which, alongside his brace against Austria, means Skov Olsen has been directly involved in a third of Denmark’s last 12 goals.
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