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Germany host Brazil in an international friendly at the Olympiastadion in Berlin on Tuesday. It’s set to be a demanding warm-up for the hosts ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

The world champions will be among the favourites for the trophy again this summer, as will the Selecao.

Both squads boast an enviable amount of match-winners in forward areas. However, Brazil still miss injured Paris Saint-Germain striker Neymar, while Germany are content to let classy Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil miss out.

Die Mannschaft won 7-1 in Brazil when the sides last met, hammering the hosts of the 2014 FIFA World Cup at the semi-final stage in Belo Horizonte.

Germany and Brazil meet this evening for the first time since Joachim Low’s men thrashed the hosts of the 2014 World Cup 7-1 at the semi-final stage.

Germany went on to be crowned world champions with an extra-time win over Argentina in the final and are preparing to mount a defence of their title in the summer.

Should Low’s side triumph in Russia, they will become the first side to win back-to-back World Cups since Brazil in 1962 and in Tuesday’s friendly, the Selecao will be determined to show there will be no walkovers at this summer’s tournament.

Here are the schedule and viewing details:

Date: Tuesday, March 27
Time: 7:45 p.m. BST, 2:45 p.m. ET
TV Info: BT Sport 2
Live Stream: BT Sport App, WatchESPN

Ozil will be rested for the game, having been allowed to return to Arsenal following Friday’s 1-1 draw with Spain, per Germany’s official Twitter account [h/t The Sun’s Sam Morgan].

Start time:

Germany will host Brazil at Olympiastadion in Berlin, with kick-off scheduled for 7.45pm UK time on Tuesday, March 27.

TV and live stream online coverage:

The match will be televised live on BT Sport 2, with coverage starting from 7.30pm. BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream the match online via the video player and the BT Sport app.

Alternatively, you can keep up to date with all of the action with Standard Sport’s live blog.

Team news:

Germany: Bernd Leno [Bayer Leverkusen], Marc-Andre ter Stegen [Barcelona], Kevin Trapp [Paris Saint-Germain], Jerome Boateng [Bayern Munich], Matthias Ginter [Borussia Moenchengladbach], Jonas Hector [Cologne], Mats Hummels [Bayern Munich], Joshua Kimmich [Bayern Munich], Marvin Plattenhardt [Hertha Berlin], Antonio Ruediger [Chelsea], Niklas Suele [Bayern Munich], Sami Khedira [Juventus], Toni Kroos [Real Madrid], Julian Brandt [Bayer Leverkusen], Julian Draxler [Paris Saint-Germain], Leon Goretzka [Schalke], Ilkay Gundogan [Manchester City], Sebastian Rudy [Bayern Munich], Leroy Sane [Manchester City], Lars Stindl [Borussia Moenchengladbach], Timo Werner [Leipzig], Mario Gomez [Stuttgart], Sandro Wagner [Bayern Munich]

Brazil: Alisson [Roma], Neto [Valencia], Ederson [Manchester City], Miranda [Inter Milan], Marquinhos, Thiago Silva, Daniel Alves [all Paris Saint-Germain], Marcelo [Real Madrid], Rodrigo Caio [Sao Paulo], Filipe Luis [Atletico Madrid], Fagner [Corinthians], Pedro Geromel [Gremio], Casemiro [Real Madrid], Fernandinho [Manchester City], Paulinho [FC Barcelona], Renato Augusto [Beijing Guoan], Philippe Coutinho [FC Barcelona], Willian [Chelsea], Fred [Shakhtar Donetsk], Anderson Talisca [Besiktas], Gabriel Jesus [Manchester City], Roberto Firmino [Liverpool], Douglas Costa [Juventus], Taison [Shakhtar Donetsk], Willian Jose [Real Sociedad]

The same source also revealed Liverpool’s Emre Can will miss out due to back problems, while Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller, a scorer against Spain, won’t be involved.

Those are three notable names for manager Joachim Low to be without. At least the 58-year-old can count on a plethora of other talent, including Manchester City duo Ilkay Gundogan and Leroy Sane.

Gundogan can control possession in midfield, while Sane’s pace makes him a major threat from the flanks. However, Die Mannschaft’s biggest threat could be Timo Werner.

The gifted 22-year-old forward has scored 18 goals across all competitions for RB Leipzig this season. Werner’s strength and movement can trouble a Brazil defence still reliant on 33-year-old Thiago Silva’s experience.

At least this Brazil side is typically well-stocked in the final third. Juventus winger Douglas Costa, Chelsea forward Willian and Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino will ensure the visitors carry a threat even without Neymar, who continues to recover from a broken metatarsal.

This friendly offers a chance to experiment for both Low and Brazil coach Tite.

The former may look to address the balance of midfield after seeing Sami Khedira and Toni Kroos “put under an enormous amount of pressure in front of the back four” against Spain, according to ESPN FC’s Raphael Honigstein.

Meanwhile, the Selecao may keep Costa wide on the left as they did to great effect during the second half of Friday’s 3-0 win over Russia in Moscow, per Tim Vickery of ESPN.

Germany and Brazil meet for the first time since the Germans’ infamous 7-1 drubbing of the Seleção at the 2014 World Cup, when the two 2018 favorites clash in Berlin.

The Germans’ semifinal win propelled them to the title, something Brazil is hoping to reclaim in Russia this summer. The Brazilians will be without their leader, Neymar, as he continues to recover from a foot fracture. They didn’t need him in their other match during this international fixture window, with Brazil routing Russia 3-0 in Moscow to continue a torrid stretch under manager Tite.

Germany battled back to draw Spain 1-1 in a meeting of European powers on Friday and will look to deliver another psychological blow to Brazil as they continue preparations for the 2018 World Cup. The two sides are currently 1 and 2 in the FIFA world rankings.

Two of the World Cup favourites go head to head on Tuesday night when Germany take on Brazil in Berlin.
The Samba Boys will be gunning for revenge after being thumped 7-1 by the Germans in the 2014 semi-finals.
Joachim Low’s side were held to a 1-1 draw with Spain in their last outing and will be hoping to extend their unbeaten streak against Neymar-less Brazil. The visitors cruised to victory against World Cup hosts Russia last time out, with Philippe Coutinho on the scoresheet in the 3-0 win.

Here’s all you need to know ahead of the game.

When is the game?

The game will take place at Olympiastadion in Berlin and kick off is scheduled for 19:45pm (UK time) on Tuesday, March 27.

What channel is the game on?

The match will be broadcast live on BT Sport 2 and coverage will start from 19:30pm. Alternatively, you can keep up to date with all the live action and scores via the Mirror Football website.
Is there a live stream?

BT Sport subscribers can stream the game via the app or website.

Brazil and Germany, with nine World Cup titles combined, will face off on Tuesday in an international friendly in a meeting between two of the heavy favorites to win the 2018 World Cup this summer.

What to know

Brazil is coming off a 3-0 win over Russia last week but is still without the injured Neymar, while Germany drew Spain 1-1 with Thomas Muller scoring a fantastic goal to cancel out Rodrigo Moreno’s opener. Germany is still without injured superstar goalkeeper Manuel Neuer.


Brazil and Germany battle it out in a low-scoring, even match that ends up with some late goals and a split of the result. Germany 1, Brazil 1.

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