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Germany vs Saudi Arabia preview: Hosts looking to avoid unwanted historical result

June 8, 2018 By Michelle Bonsu
After another disappointing result, Germany will be hoping to improve as they take on minnows Saudi Arabia. has the info you need to tune in to Germany's friendly clash with Saudi Arabia on Friday, June 8th.

Broadcast info

Who's playing: After a disappointing result against Austria, Germany will hope to get back on track as they wrap up their World Cup preparations against minnows Saudi Arabia on Friday evening.

What time: Friday, June 8th at 10:30 PST/13:30 EST/18:30 BST/19:30 CET

What stadium: This game will be played at the BayArena. Bayer Leverkusen's home ground can seat up to a total of 29.412 spectators for international matches.

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Match facts and other stats

  • So far, Germany have yet to win a game in 2018 (D1 L2)
  • Die Mannschaft are on a five match winless run
  • However, Saudi Arabia have yet to win - or even score a goal - against Germany
  • The Green Falcons were notably humiliated 8-0 back at the 2002 World Cup


Both Germany and Saudi Arabia are presently on two match winless runs. Die Mannschaft come into this game having suffered a surprise 2-1 reversal to neighbors Austria, and Joachim Low will be keen on seeing a much improved performance from his men as they prepare to face Saudi Arabia. As for the Green Falcons, they were defeated by Italy and Peru in their most recent friendlies, although prior to that they had recorded confidence-boosting wins over Algeria and Greece.

Mesut Ozil, who scored Germany's only goal against Austria is set to miss out on this game. The Arsenal star is being given a rest to fully recovered from a bruised knee that caused him to be subbed out in their last fixture.

Despite Germany's struggles as of late, it's obvious that Saudi Arabia will still be up against it here. For starters, the Green Falcons have been outscored by 11 goals to nil in just their last two encounters. Eight of those were netted during the 2002 World Cup in one of Germany's highest-scoring games, so they will be looking for their first ever goal against the European giants this evening. Meanwhile, Low's side will naturally be aiming to make it not just three shut-outs in three meetings with Saudi Arabia, but pick up a confidence-enhancing victory ahead of their World Cup title defense in less than two weeks' time.


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