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Where to watch Germany vs Turkey in the USA and 100+ countries - October 7

October 7, 2020 By Michelle Bonsu
Germany and Turkey are set to lock horns in a friendly clash as both sides warm-up for their upcoming Nations League campaigns.

Preview: Germany vs Turkey

Despite being unbeaten so far in their current Nations League campaign. Germany will not be thrilled with their results from their first two fixtures. Die Mannschaft are still seeking their first win after only picking up two points against Spain and Switzerland following one-all stalemates. They are, naturally, the heavy favorites against upcoming opponents Ukraine, but as of now, the Ukrainians actually sit higher than them in the table with three points versus Germany's two. What's especially concerning for the European heavyweights is their inability to maintain a lead; in both their clashes with Spain and Switzerland, they were actually leading 1-0 before conceding a goal and dropping two valuable points.

Germany notably finished bottom of their group in their inaugural Nations League campaign; in fact, die Mannschaft would have been relegated to League B had UEFA not restructured the competition for the sophomore edition to include more teams in each group for League A.

To that end, Joachim Low will obviously be expecting a much better showing as the 2014 World Cup winners welcome Turkey for a warm-up friendly.The Crescent-Stars have also had a bad start to their 2021/2022 Nations League campaign and are also seeking their first win. Şenol Güneş's men suffered an unfortunate 1-0 home defeat to Hungary and were unable to find the back of the net in a frustrating scoreless draw with Serbia - which means they're only picked up just one point from their first two games.

Turkey have won just one of their last five matches, while Germany have won three out of their last five. However, as noted previously, neither side have picked up a win in a competitive match in 2020, and naturally will want to head into their respective ties against Russia and Ukraine on the right footing. For Turkey, they don't have the best track record against Germany - with just three wins from their last 20 meetings - and thus will be heavily relying on AC Milan's Hakan Calhanoglu, who has scored four goals in all comps for the Rossoneri this season to help rally his team.

Team news: Germany vs Turkey

Germany: The hosts will be fielding a vastly-changed squad for this upcoming match. Both Leroy Sane and Thilo Kehrer are out due to injuries, while Ilkay Gundogan recently tested positive for COVID-19 and so will have to be put into isolation. In addition, Manuel Neuer, Joshua Kimmich, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry, Toni Kroos, Lukas Klostermann, and Marcel Halstenberg will also sit this one out in order to keep them fresh for thet team's must-win battle against Ukraine.

Turkey: No notable injuries for the visitors, save for Fenerbahçe defender Mert Hakan Yandaş, who suffered an injury during the team's 1-0 loss to Hungary last month.

Match facts: Germany vs Turkey

  • Germany have won 14 of their last 20 meetings with Turkey (D3)
  • Die Mannscshaft have won their last three consecutive clashes against the Crescent-Stars, including their most recent meeting for the EURO 2012 qualifiers (3-0) 

Where to watch Germany vs Turkey live on October 7, 2020

Germany vs Turkey kick-off at 11:45 PT/14:45 ET/18:45 GMT/20:45 CET

USA: FuboTV, ESPN+, TUDN.com, TUDN App, TUDNxtra

Germany: RTL Television, TV NOW

Turkey: TRT Spor

Australia: Optus Sport

UK: SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports Red Button

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