The French capital Paris will host a quarter-final match against France in the ninth round of Group E of the European Nations Championship.
The match between France and Germany will take place at 9:15 pm on Tuesday and will be live on BEIN SPORTS HD 2
France top the table with 4 points, followed by Netherlands in second place with 3 points, while Germany are on the table with one point.
Germany coach Joachim Loew knows that reaching the fourth point in today’s match will revive his hopes for the 2014 World Cup to rise to the top of the group in the event of a return to the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League. To win the Netherlands in the final round next month.
The German team is aiming for their first victory in the European League when they host a visit to France. Coach Joachim Loew has decided to make changes to the squad, which has come under criticism for the recent decline, most notably a 3-0 loss to the Netherlands.
The club said that Bayern Munich’s Niklas Soly would be a substitute for Jerome Boateng, who was injured in the Netherlands. She also predicted that coach Loew would be pushing Leroy Sani away from the starting lineup in the last games alongside Nico Scholes instead of Jonas Hector. Left back center during the confrontation of the French cockroaches.
The loss to France means the elimination of Germany’s hopes of qualifying for the semi-finals of the European Championship, and will threaten the continuation of Joachim Loew as manager of the “Manchavt” team in light of the decline of the results as well as the early exit and specifically from the first round of the last World Cup Which was held in Russia.
The French team wants to win this meeting to reach the seventh point, and approach a lot to qualify to the decisive stage, while the German team seeks to renew their hopes by winning after the loss against the Netherlands.
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Germany coach Joachim Loew has admitted that he needs to make changes to the starting line-up of France before Tuesday’s match against France.
“We have learned some things from the Netherlands, and certainly we need to make two or three changes tomorrow, to fix what we spoiled in the last game,” Loew told a news conference on Monday.