GER vs NIR Dream11: Having already qualified for the Euro2020, Germany will look to end the campaign on a high when they entertain Northern Ireland int eh final game at Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany.
Northern Ireland are third in the group and can’t finish higher than that due to an inferior record against the Netherlands, so they can’t qualify for the Euro 2020 by the virtue of their standings in the group.
That sais, Northern Ireland will be in the Euro 2020 playoffs, due to their good finish in the UEFA Nations League.
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Visitors: Northern Ireland
Competition: Euro2020 Qualifiers
Match Timing: November 20, @ 01:15 AM
Match Venue: Commerzbank-Arena
Germany are placed as an odds-on favorite to clinch the win in this game. In fact, the goals-to-nil win has more value than any other result. Selecting a full Germany backline in this game will be a good option.
Here are the odds:
Germany to win (half time and full time): 4/25 (1.16) | Probability: 86.21%
Draw: 15/2 (8.5) | Probability to happen: 111.76%
A win for Northern Ireland: 18/1 (19.00) | Probability to happen: 5.26%
Germany team news:
Kai Havertz and Marco Reus have both pulled out of the squad due to their injury. The duo didn’t play against Belarus either. Other than the aforementioned players. Joachim Low has no injury issues from the squad he selected and from the last game as well.
Despite Germany clinching the Euro 2020 berth, Low is expected to go with his strongest possible XI here. Timo Werner and Serge Gnabry are both expected to start in the forward positions, with Tony Kroos behind them in the midfield, alongside Joshua Kimmich and Manchester City star Ilkay Gundogan.
Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer, Bernd Leno, Marc-Andre ter Stegen
Defenders: Matthias Ginter, Jonas Hector, Lukas Klostermann, Robin Koch, Nico Schulz, Niklas Stark, Jonathan Tah
Midfielders: Nadiem Amiri, Leon Goretzka, Ilkay Gundogan, Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kross, Sebastian Rudy, Emre Can, Suat Serder
Forwards: Julian Brandt, Serge Gnabry, Luca Waldschmidt, Timo Werner
Northern Ireland team news:
Northern Ireland are also at full strength with no injury problems from the last game. The visitors are expected to line up with Hull City striker Josh Magennis with George Saville and Gavin Whyte providing the width from the wide positions.
Jamal Lewis pulled out of Northern Ireland’s next game against Germany due to a knee injury. He has returned to Norwich City for further assessment. Jordan Thompson is expected to replace him in the playing 11.
Jonny Evans will lead the backline here. The former Manchester United defender has been a phenomenal performer for Leicester City as he helped his club to rack up 26 points from 12 games. The Foxes have also conceded the lowest amount of goals in the Premier League, which shows his impact at Kings Power Stadium. Evans should have the likes of Craig Cathcart, Stuart Dallas and Jordan Thompson alongside him in the backline.
Corry Evans and Aberdeen midfielder Niall McGinn battle for a place in the middle of the park.
Germany: Manuel Neuer (GK), Klostermann, Ginter, Koch, Schulz, Tony Kroos, Joshua Kimmich, Ilkay Gundogan, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry, Timo Werner
Northern Ireland: Peacock-Farrell (GK), Dallas, Cathcart, J Evans, Lewis, S Davis, C Evans, Saville, McNair, Whyte, Magennis
Germany are the clear-cut favorites to win this match.