Germany will host Belarus for their Group C Euro 2020 qualifiers game. The hosts are currently on the second spot of the table with five wins in seven games so far. As for Belarus, they are fourth in the table with four points in seven games. Germany will look to seal their place in Euro 2020 with a win over Belarus in the qualifiers. Joachim Low’s side will also want Northern Ireland to lose their match against Netherlands for them to cross the line. The clash should be an easy one for the Germans as the visitors have just bagged four points from their last six qualifiers (W1 D3 L2).
💬 Joachim #Löw: "We will play with two centre-backs tomorrow as we expect Belarus to play with one up top. @MatzeGinter will definitely start as he's been playing well in the @Bundesliga_EN lately."#DieMannschaft #GERBLR pic.twitter.com/GNt8yjgM9s— Germany (@DFB_Team_EN) November 15, 2019
Germany are only trailing behind the Netherlands in the points table on the basis of the head-to-head record. Even if Germany face an upset in their match against Belarus, they will have a chance to make it to the Euro 2020 with a win over Northern Ireland in their next game. However, both the games should be easy for the hosts as they have lost just one game in the competition so far, a 4-2 loss against the Netherlands. Germany have managed to find the net at least twice in all the games so far in the qualifiers.
Germany possible starting lineup:
Neuer; Klostermann, Tah, Ginter, Schulz; Kimmich, Gundogan, Kroos; Brandt, Werner, Gnabry
Belarus possible starting lineup:
Gutor; Polyakov, Martynovich, Naumov, Zolotov; Maevski, Yablonski; Nekhaychik, Dragun, Stasevich; Laptev