The Teutonic bloc, framed in group 4 of this League of Nations together with Spain, Ukraine and Switzerland, last Friday let the three points of their first duel of the competition against 'La Roja' escape last Friday. However, and without much time to rest, the Mannschaft will face Switzerland in Basel. Despite the accumulated fatigue of players like Sane or Draxler, who ended up exhausted against Spain, Löw has changed the starting block little, putting Leno in goal and Ginter in defense by Trapp and Emre Can respectively.
As to follow: Timo Werner. The new Chelsea striker has shown his great form by scoring the goal against Spain. Today he repeats at the top and his national team needs a victory to justify their dominance in the group.