The classic rivalry between International giants Germany and Argentina will renew as they are all set for their next clash at Westfalenstadion, Germany. Both the sides will be meeting for the second time after the 2014 World Cup final. Argentina are currently on a decent run with 26 wins in their last 37 games (L 6, D 5). Skipper Lionel Messi is missing from the Argentine squad as he still serving his three-match ban.
Joachim Low's side will be playing their Euro 2020 qualifying match against Estonia just four days after the Argentina clash. Marc-Andre Ter Stegen replaces Manuel Neuer in the goal, while Timo Werner has been ruled out due to a virus. Toni Kroos, Matthias Ginter and Ilkay Gündogan are also in Germany's long list of injured players. Suat Serdar, Robin Kock and Sebastian Rudy have been called up as their replacements. Serge Gnabry will be the main man for Low in the Wednesday night clash.
Argentina will also be without their top talents in their away match. Sergio Aguero and Angel Di Maria are missing from Lionel Scaloni's list, while their talisman Lionel Messi is out due to suspension. Argentines who represent the domestic clubs River Plate and Boca Juniors have also not travelled with their International team because of the upcoming Copa Libertadores semi-finals. Paulo Dybala, Lautaro Martinez and Angel Correa will be Argentina's players to look out for.
Marc-André ter Stegen (Germany)
Joshua Kimmich (Germany)
Nicolás Otamendi (Argentina)
Juan Foyth (Argentina)
Niklas Süle (Germany)
Sebastian Rudy (Germany)
Leandro Paredes (Argentina)
Roberto Pereyra (Argentina)
Serge Gnabry (Germany)
Paulo Dybala (Argentina)
Lautaro Martínez (Argentina) (Captain)
Ter Stegen - Stark, Süle, Koch - Klostermann, Kimmich (c), Rudy, Halstenberg - Waldschmidt, Gnabry, Reus
Marchesin - Foyth, Otamendi (c), Rojo, Tagliafico - Paredes - Pereyra, De Paul, Acuna - Dybala, La. Martinez