Germany will host Armenia at 9:15 pm today, Sunday, at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Stuttgart, as part of the fifth round of Group X of the European qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.
The German national team enters the match tonight, occupying the second place in the group standings with 9 points, one point ahead of the leaders Armenia.
The German national team, led by coach Hans Flick, seeks to achieve victory in today’s match and grab the top spot in the group, especially after the unconvincing performance in the victory over the humble Liechtenstein team with two goals for free in the last round, in the first match of the former Bayern Munich coach, who took over the task instead. From his predecessor Joachim Loew after the last European Nations “Euro 2020” finals.
Flick included many new faces for the German national team during the current downtime, most notably Karim Adeymi of Red Bull Salzburg of Austria, and David Raum, defender of Hoffenheim, while Barcelona goalkeeper Mark ter Stegen is absent from his lack of readiness after returning from injury, and Toni Kroos, the star of Real Madrid. In addition to Thomas Muller leaving the camp after suffering an injury.
The participation of goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was not determined in tonight’s match, after he missed the last Liechtenstein match due to injury, and Flick is expected to determine his participation hours before the start of the match.
In the same group, two matches will also be held today. Iceland will host North Macedonia at six in the evening, and Liechtenstein will visit its Romanian counterpart at nine to a quarter.