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Spain vs Germany - Clash of titans to define top spot in Group E

November 26, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
La Roja will try to continue with their impressive form, while the German side are eager to bounce back from their initial loss.

Perhaps the most noticeable game of the first round in the FIFA World Cup is set to take place on Sunday when two former champions face each other with the supremacy of Group E at stake. Spain and Germany will be part of one of the most interesting games in the competition, and there will be some things to keep in mind before the match kicks off.

The Spanish squad make it to this game after earning their first three points thanks to a 7-0 win over Costa Rica, which helped them earn quite a few records along the way. Coach Luis Enrique has been adamant on how relevant this game could be for the team, and while the chances of repeating a similar win against the Germans is out of the question, one more win for the Spaniards could secure them a spot in the next round regardless of what happens in the other game.

On the other hand, Germany enter this game with more doubts than certainties after their loss to Japan in their opening game of the competition. Hansi Flick's team dropped a one-nil lead in a matter of ten minutes, and while this team has proven to be quite capable of doing wonders on the pitch, their poor performance against the Japanese team has sparked doubts among their fans, who would not be keen to see their national team leaving the tournament after three games just like they did four years ago.

The game will be held several hours after the other clash in this group, which will give both sides a clear idea on what they need to do to improve their options of making it to the next round. Let us have a closer look at some of the key points that may shift the tide in favor of any of these teams in this crucial clash.

Spain vs Germany - Team news

The Spanish side will make it to this game with a full squad to choose from and in high spirits following their emphatic win over Costa Rica. The team will try to keep up their momentum fueled by players such as Ferrán Torres, the player who scored a brace against Los Ticos and who could be considered the main man up front. The game will also give fans a good chance to follow Pedri and Gavi, two of the most interesting players to watch in this team and who led their efforts to defeat Costa Rica in their recent game.

On the other side of the pitch, Germany may be inclined to make some changes to their lineup after last Wednesday's loss to Japan. Some of those changes might include a chance under the sticks, where some believe that Manuel Neuer should leave his spot in favor of Marc-André Ter Stegen. If the team wants to turn things around, then it will need to see players such as Jamal Musiala, Thomas Müller or Kai Havertz having major roles in the game, or else they could exit the competition sooner than expected.

As mentioned before, Spain will have all their players at Luis Enrique's disposal, but Germany may need to change a thing or two to replace one key member of their squad who could miss the tie due to injury.

Spain: No missing players.

Germany: Doubtful: Leroy Sané

Spain vs Germany - Head-to-head

  • Spain make it to this match on a three-game streak without a loss against Germany.

  • La Roja claimed a huge 6-0 win against Die Mannschaft on their last meeting, a UEFA Nations League game held on November 17, 2020.

  • Germany's last win against Spain came on a friendly match held in 2014. That match ended with the Germans winning one-nil.

  • This will be the fifth FIFA World Cup game between Spain and Germany. Their record in this tournament shows two wins for Germany, one draw, and one win for Spain.

  • The most recent WC match between these teams took place in the 2010 edition of the tournament. A goal by Carles Puyol gave La Roja the win and the access to the World Cup final, where they would beat the Netherlands to claim their only title in the competition.

  • Hansi Flick will face Spain for the first time as Germany's coach.

  • Luis Enrique will meet Germany for the third time as Spain's boss. His record so far shows one win and one draw.

Broadcast info: Spain vs Germany


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Spain 1 - 1 Germany

November 27, 2022 2:00pmAl Bayt Stadium (Al Khor)

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