France and Germany, two international powerhouses, will collide this Saturday in an eagerly anticipated friendly match.


With Euro 2024 looming on the horizon, all eyes are on Germany as they navigate the March international break. The tournament hosts have faced turbulent times under various managers, but now boast the formidable Julian Nagelsmann at the helm. Despite his impressive credentials, Nagelsmann has only clinched one victory in four friendlies as head coach, leaving his side as significant underdogs for the upcoming clash against France.


Meanwhile, the 2018 world champions, still under the guidance of Didier Deschamps, secured their Euro 2024 qualification with ease and are eager to showcase their prowess against Germany. Despite entering the friendly as favorites, France suffered a 2-1 defeat against Germany in their last encounter in September, albeit without the influential Kylian Mbappe.

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Here’s a preview of the France vs Germany match:

Kick-off Time: 20:00 GMT / 15:00 ET / 12:00 PT
Location: Decines-Charpieu, France
Stadium: Groupama Stadium
Referee: Jesus Gil Manzano (SPA)
VAR: Alejandro Jose Hernandez Hernandez (SPA)
Head-to-Head Record (Last Five Games):
France: 2 wins
Germany: 1 win
Draws: 2
Last Meeting: Germany 2-1 France (12/09/2023) – International friendly
Current Form (All Competitions):
Greece 2-2 France – 21/11/2023
France 14-0 Gibraltar – 18/11/2023
France 4-1 Scotland – 17/10/2023
Netherlands 1-2 France – 13/10/2023
Austria 2-0 Germany – 21/11/2023
Germany 2-3 Turkey – 18/11/2023
Mexico 2-2 Germany – 18/10/2023
USA 1-3 Germany – 14/10/2023
Germany 2-1 France – 12/09/2023
Viewing Options:
United Kingdom: Viaplay Sports 1, Viaplay UK
United States: ViX
Canada: DAZN

Team News:

Antoine Griezmann will miss out due to an ankle injury, while Kingsley Coman is also absent. Ibrahima Konate may be excluded from the lineup as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury.

Predicted France Lineup (4-3-3):
Maignan; Pavard, Saliba, Upamecano, T. Hernandez; Rabiot, Tchouameni, Camavinga; Dembele, Giroud, Mbappe.

Nagelsmann has opted for an experimental squad, leaving out Leroy Sane, Leon Goretzka, and Mats Hummels. Toni Kroos returns to the squad, but Aleksandar Pavlovic, Manuel Neuer, and Jan-Niklas Beste are sidelined with injuries.

Predicted Germany Lineup (4-2-2-2):
Ter Stegen; Kimmich, Tah, Rudiger, Raum; Kroos, Andrich; Musiala, Wirtz; Fullkrug, Havertz.