Germany Vs Australia: Match preview

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Monday, March 23rd, 2015 | 0

Germany Vs Australia – Friendly match – Preview

Current champion of the football Germany will played an international friendly match at this 26th march (25th at Local), this match between Germany Vs Australia will kick off at Fritz-Walter-Stadion (Kaiserslautern). Enjoy this match from home at 1:30 PM (26th March), or GMT +6 and 19:45 or 7:45 PM (Local time) at Sport 1 CZ/SK, beIN Sports 2, OTE Sport 1, Sport 1 Hungary.

Germany Vs Australia

Matches Information’s:

Date: 25th March, 2015

Match:  Germany Vs Australia

Cup:International Friendly.

Kick-off: 1:30 PM (26th March), or GMT +6 and 19:45 or 7:45 PM (Local time)

ALL Broadcasts TV Channel:

Live Stream Channels:                                    

Channel                                                                                  Country

Star Sports HD 4                                                                     India

beIN Sports 2                                                                          France

TF1                                                                                          France

Skynet Myanmar                                                                      Myanmar

STV Scotland, UTV                                                                 Ireland

Sport TV2                                                                                Portugal

SuperSport 4                                                                            Togo

Sport 5 Israel                                                                           Israel

OTE Sport 1                                                                            Greece

Sport TV1                                                                                Portugal

Sky Mexico                                                                              Honduras

Sporting 2                                                                                Belgium

True Sport 2                                                                             Cambodia

Sky Go Deutschland                                                                 Austria

AstroOn The Go                                                                      Brunei

Ten HD                                                                                    India

Fox Deportes                                                                          United States

Ssports Live Streaming                                                 Macao

Melita Sports 3                                                             Malta

BT Sport 1                                                                               Ireland

Fox Sports Premium                                                                 Paraguay

J Sports 2                                                                                 Japan


Starting 11 Vs 11:

Germany’s First XI against Australia:

Manuel Neuer, M Hummels, Jerome Boateng, BHowedes, Lukas Podolski, Bastian Schweinsteiger (Captain), Thomas Muller, Mesut Ozil, Toni Kroos, Mario Gotze, Max Kruse.

Australia’sFirst Line ups against Germany:

  1. Ryan, A Wilkinson, T. Sainsbury, T. Juric, J Davidson, T. Oar, M Luongo, M. Leckie, Mark Milligan, M Jedinak©, T Cahill.

Match Stats and Preview:

Current world champion Germany had been played 3 matches against the Asian champion Australia since 2005. So far in this 3 matches 2 had won by Germany and one match success for Australia. In the first 2 matches Australia have defeated Germany was scored 8 goals on Australia’s nets. This 2 opposition have played their last match 2011. In this match’s Australia had defeated Germany by 1-2 goals at Germany’s home. At the first matches 7 goals had scored by 2 teams. So far in this 7 matches 9 goals were scored through Germany and 5 by way of Australia.

Germany is the number one team in the current FIFA ranking. They are in the top from July 2014 to present.Germany was reached at the top of the ranking for the first time at December 1992. Germany’s lowest FIFA ranking was 22 at March 2006.

At present Australia is the 65th team in the Ranking. Their height was 14th at the September 2009. And the lowest was 102.

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