Match: Germany – Poland
Date: Friday, 4th September 2015
Start time: 7:45 pm
Germany meets Poland in match from Group D of the qualifiers for Euro 2016. The game is on Friday at 19:45 GMT in Franfkurt.
Germany will seek revenge for the defeat from Poland 0:2 in the first match between the two teams. Goals from Arkadiusz Milik and Sebastian Mila brought success to the Poles in October last year. They achieved their first win against their neighbors in 19 meetings.
After six rounds played bundestima ranked second with 13 points, one less than his upcoming opponent. In their last match the Germans had problems against debutants qualifications in Gibraltar and won with 7:0 as a guest. At home so far Germany has two wins and one draw in those qualifications. Joachim Loew alumni won over Scotland (2:1) and Gibraltar (4:0), and against the Republic of Ireland ended in a draw 1:1.
Joachim Loew incorporating a rookie for the upcoming meetings with Poland and Scotland. This is Liverpool footballer Emre Zhang. 21-year-old defender is constant member in the team of Brendan Rodgers and presents a very good level.
The composition due to injury dropped Sami Khedira. New signing Juventus still has not played this season and will be able to help Bundestima in upcoming meetings. Unless it is injured and defender Holger Badstuber.
Poland is a leader in the group with a total of 14 points after four wins and two draws. In their last match in June Poles beat Georgia 4:0 in Warsaw. With a hat trick for success distinguish Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski and a footballer of Ajax Arkadiusz Milik added more one goal.
In the team of Poland he made an impression on the absence of two players. Bayer Leverkusen defender Sebastian Beaune do not fall within the composition of Adam Navalka for the upcoming matches with Germany and Gibraltar. Nor was called and St. Pauli midfielder Waldemar Sobota, who has four goals for the national team in 17 matches. Łukasz Szukała will miss the visit in Frankfurt because he is banned for accumulated yellow cards.
In midfield Poles will rely mainly on Jakub Błaszczykowski and Ribus. They have over 100 games for the national team. One of the most prosperous in the national team players Krihovyak can also contribute to the good performance of the team. It performs well in their clubs Sevilla and may not hit or give a Goal pass at any time. At the forefront expect Lewandowski and Millikan start as holders as footballer Ajax will operate behind striker of Bayern Munich.
Germany have not lost in 20 home qualifiers since they lost with 0-3 from the Czech Republic in October 2007.They have won their last three Group D games without conceding, scoring 13 goals in the process. Whereas Poland are the only unbeaten side left in Group D (W4 D2); their away record in the section is W2 D1 – a vast improvement on 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying, when their only away win was against San Marino.
The hosts will be keen to record a convincing success against the leader of the group. Loew players expect to seek an early goal, which is a prerequisite for open football. Poland will have their chances to counter-attack, where can a few passes to reach the goal, thanks to players from the class of Blyashchikovski, Milik and Lewandowski. I think that will see at least three goals in this game.