Germany vs France Match Analysis & Prediction
12/09/2023 10:00 pm
Germany will be looking to put an end to their five-game winless run when they welcome France to the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund for a friendly on Tuesday.
Germany have parted ways with manager Hansi Flick following an unbelievable 4-1 home defeat to Japan in a friendly at the weekend.
With Germany already through to next summer’s European Championships as hosts, they need a result here just to simply restore some confidence in the public before a home finals.
Following the departure of Flick, Rudi Voller, Hannes Wolf and Sandro Wagner will take charge of the side here with the DFB in disarray.
Since their early exit in Qatar, Die Mannschaft have played six friendlies, losing to Belgium, Poland, Colombia and now Japan, while also struggling to a 3-3 draw with Ukraine.
On the contrary, France are on course to be one of the first teams to join Germany in qualifying for the finals next summer, with their campaign so far having been a breeze, winning all five matches without conceding.
Goals from Aurelien Tchouameni and Marcus Thuram saw them overcome the Republic of Ireland on Thursday night with a 2-0 victory in Paris.
That victory means Les Bleus are just one of three nations still with a perfect record after matchday five, along with Scotland and Portugal.
Germany vs. France Head to head
In the 32 previous meetings between these two teams, Germany have claimed 10 victories while France have won 15, and they have drawn in seven. France have scored 50 goals and conceded 46 in the process.
07/07/2016Germany0France2UEFA European Championship
06/09/2018Germany0France0UEFA Nations League
16/10/2018France2Germany1UEFA Nations League
15/06/2021France1Germany0UEFA European Championship
Germany Team News
Jamal Musiala is arguably the most notable current absentee for Germany, as the stricken Manuel Neuer has most likely now lost his place in the side to Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
Leon Goretzka, David Raum, Matthias Ginter, Thilo Kehrer and Timo Werner have all been dropped from the squad following June’s internationals.
Germany's Last 5 Matches
France Team News
France will be without Olivier Giroud after the AC Milan attacker went off with an ankle injury in the first half against Ireland.
Eduardo Camavinga, William Saliba and Randal Kolo Muani will be among those hoping for a place in the starting lineup after being left out at the Parc des Princes last week.
France's Last 5 Matches
27/03/2023Republic of Ireland0France1Euros Qualifiers
07/09/2023France2Republic of Ireland0Euros Qualifiers
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