Germany vs Argentina Live

Germany vs Argentina Live: Germany vs Argentina Live Stream Will Joshua Kimmich lead Germany out against Argentina in Manuel Neuer’s absence? Die Mannschaft take on the side they pipped to the Predictions, key players, TV info and team news as Germany and Argentina face off on Wednesday in an international friendly Sports Mole previews Wednesday’s international friendly between Germany and Argentina, including predictions, team news and possible lineups

Will Joshua Kimmich lead Germany out against Argentina in Manuel Neuer’s absence? Die Mannschaft take on the side they pipped to the FIFA World Cup in 2014 in Dortmund on Wednesday (kick-off: 8.45pm CEST/7.45pm BST/2.45pm ET).

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Two of world football’s heavyweights, Germany and Argentina boast no fewer than six FIFA World Cups between them, with three of their previous meetings coming in the tournament showpiece itself. The atmosphere should be a little more relaxed at the Signal Iduna Park this week, but Joachim Löw will still be expecting a disciplined performance from his side, just four days ahead of a crunch EURO 2020 qualifying trip to Tallinn. Marc-Andre ter Stegen takes the place of captain Manuel Neuer in goal, while at the other end of the pitch, Serge Gnabry will be looking to continue his recent hot streak. Usual partners in crime Marco Reus and Timo Werner are out with knee injuries and a cold respectively, however. Matthias Ginter, Ilkay Gündogan and Toni Kroos all pulled out of the initial squad with injury. They have been replaced by Schalke midfielder Suat Serdar, Freiburg defender Robin Koch and versatile Hoffenheim man Sebastian Rudy, who has been been recalled.

Argentina are without a host of their biggest names in Dortmund. Angel Di Maria and Sergio Aguero have been left out of Lionel Scaloni’s squad, while captain and talisman Lionel Messi is still serving a three-month ban issued by CONMEBOL for comments made at this summer’s Copa America. The South Americans will also be without players from bitter domestic rivals River Plate and Boca Juniors, who go head-to-head in the second leg of the Copa Libertadores semi-finals later this month. Löw will be careful to warn his players against any complacency, however. The visitors still boast talented stars such as Juventus’s Paulo Dybala and Atletico Madrid’s Angel Correa, while Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez scored a hat-trick in last month’s 4-0 friendly win over Mexico. There are three Germany-based players in the squad – Leverkusen’s Lucas Alario, Borussia Dortmund’s Leonardo Balerdi and VfB Stuttgart’s Nicolas Gonzalez.

Watch: Germany’s 2016 FIFA World Cup final win over Argentina

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Germany and Argentina have met in three FIFA World Cup finals. After losing 3-2 in Mexico in 1986, Die Mannschaft triumphed in Italy in 1990 and Brazil in 2014, on both occasions by a 1-0 scoreline.
The two nations have played each other 22 times. So far it’s 10 wins for Argentina, eight for Germany and four draws.
This is Germany’s first meeting with La Albiceleste since September 2014. Two months after winning the World Cup final in Rio de Janeiro thanks to Mario Götze’s extra-time stunner, Löw’s men suffered a 4-2 friendly defeat in Düsseldorf.
Gnabry has netted five goals in five games for Germany in 2019, improving his international scoring record to a remarkable nine goals in 10 appearances. The 24-year-old has also hit five in three matches for Bayern, including four in the 7-2 UEFA Champions League win over Tottenham.

Probable line-ups
Germany: Ter Stegen – Stark, Süle, Koch – Klostermann, Kimmich (c), Rudy, Halstenberg – Waldschmidt, Gnabry, Brandt
Out: Draxler (foot), Ginter (shoulder), Goretzka (thigh), Gündogan (muscular), Hector (muscular), Kehrer (foot), Kroos (thigh), Rüdiger (groin), Sane (cruciate ligament), Schulz (ankle), Werner (cold)
Doubtful: Reus (knee), Tah (cold)
Rest of squad: Amiri, Can, Havertz, Leno, Neuer, Serdar
Coach: Joachim Löw

Argentina: Marchesin – Foyth, Otamendi (c), Rojo, Tagliafico – Paredes – Pereyra, De Paul, Acuna – Dybala, La. Martinez
Out: Aguero (not selected), Andrada (Copa Libertadores), Armani (Copa Libertadores), J. Correa (muscular), Di Maria (not selected), Lo Celso (hip), Mac Allister (Copa Libertadores), Lu. Martinez (Copa Libertadores), Messi (suspended), Montiel (Copa Libertadores), Palacios (Copa Libertadores)
Doubtful: –
Rest of squad: Alario, Balerdi, A. Correa, Dominguez, Gonzalez, Kannemann, E. Martinez, Musso, Pezzella, Rodriguez, Saravia, Ocampos, Vargas
Coach: Lionel Scaloni
Germany will welcome Argentina to Dortmund on Wednesday night as the pair prepare for a heavyweight friendly clash.

Low’s side play a competitive Euro 2020 qualification fixture away from home against Estonia just four days later, however, and the head coach is likely to experiment a little with his team.

The pair have only met once since Mario Gotze’s extra-time winner handed Germany the World Cup on Brazilian soil five years ago and broke Argentine hearts – a 4-2 friendly victory for the losing finalists on that day.

In fact, Argentina have an outstanding record against Germany in friendly matches, winning four and drawing one of their last five such meetings.

However, Germany have usually come out on top when it matters, knocking Argentina out of the World Cup in both 2010 and 2006 before the 2014 final.

Both nations suffered a disastrous tournament in the summer of 2018, however, with Argentina barely escaping from the group stage before losing 4-3 to eventual winners France in the round of 16, while Germany did not even make it out of the group stage in a pitiful defence of their title.

Since then, Argentina have contested another tournament, coming third in the Copa America after losing 2-0 to hosts Brazil in the semi-finals before beating Chile in an ill-tempered third-place playoff.

Germany, meanwhile, have been busy with Euro 2020 qualification, and top their group – but only on goal difference – with Northern Ireland surprisingly their nearest challengers

Argentina vs Germany Live

 Argentina vs Germany Live: Argentina vs Germany Live Stream International friendly match prediction, pick, TV channel, live stream, watch online. The two teams meet in Germany on Argentina and Germany meet on Wednesday in Europe in a friendly between two of the most storied national teams in the history

Will Joshua Kimmich lead Germany out against Argentina in Manuel Neuer’s absence? Die Mannschaft take on the side they pipped to the FIFA World Cup in 2014 in Dortmund on Wednesday (kick-off: 8.45pm CEST/7.45pm BST/2.45pm ET).

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Two of world football’s heavyweights, Germany and Argentina boast no fewer than six FIFA World Cups between them, with three of their previous meetings coming in the tournament showpiece itself. The atmosphere should be a little more relaxed at the Signal Iduna Park this week, but Joachim Löw will still be expecting a disciplined performance from his side, just four days ahead of a crunch EURO 2020 qualifying trip to Tallinn. Marc-Andre ter Stegen takes the place of captain Manuel Neuer in goal, while at the other end of the pitch, Serge Gnabry will be looking to continue his recent hot streak. Usual partners in crime Marco Reus and Timo Werner are out with knee injuries and a cold respectively, however. Matthias Ginter, Ilkay Gündogan and Toni Kroos all pulled out of the initial squad with injury. They have been replaced by Schalke midfielder Suat Serdar, Freiburg defender Robin Koch and versatile Hoffenheim man Sebastian Rudy, who has been been recalled.

Argentina are without a host of th

South Africa vs Canada Live

South Africa vs Canada Live: South Africa vs Canada Live Stream Online Free Channel, South Africa captain Siya Kolisi accepts his side will be taking a leap into the unknown when they face Canada for the first time in nearly 20 years as they look to book their place in the World Cup quarter-finals. A bonus-point win for the Springboks will all but assure the two-time world champions of entry into the last eight. Tuesday’s Pool B match at the Kobe Misaki Stadium will be just the third time the two countries have met and the first since South Africa’s 51-18 victory over Canada in East London in 2000 – when current Springbok head coach Rassie Erasmus was playing for the home side.

Kolisi, who will be starting his third match in four games as he continues his return to match-fitness after a knee injury, said a South Africa side showing 13 changes from the team that beat Italy 49-3 last time had to focus on their own performance.

South Africa could face Japan in the quarter-finals in a repeat of the ‘Miracle of Brighton’ when the Brave Blossoms stunned the Springboks 34-32 in the greatest World Cup upset of them all four years ago.

Japan are currently unbeaten at this edition having produced another shock win with a 19-12 success over Ireland, and Springboks assistant coach Mzwandile Stick said: “At the moment, the focus is just on the game we are playing.

South Africa vs Canada: Rugby World Cup kick-off time and prediction
Kick off time: It’s the perfect time for you to sneak away for an extended lunch-time meeting. Kick off is at 12:15 SAST on 8 October 2019. It will be live on SuperSport 1.

For the RWC, we’ll be using a prediction algorithm from a New Zealand anorak.

Prediction: Stranger things happen at sea, but South Africa are tipped to win by 62 or more.The Springboks sit second on ten points, thanks to their better head-to-head record over Italy – but a bonus point victory over the North Americans would secure their spot in the next round.What time does South Africa vs Canada kick off?
This Rugby World Cup Pool B clash will take place on Tuesday, October 8.

It kicks off at 11.15am UK time – that is 7.15pm in Japan, 6.15am in Canada and 12.15pm in South Africa.

The match is being held at Misaki Park Stadium in Kobe.

What TV channel is South Africa vs Canada on and can I live stream it?
South Africa vs Canada is live on ITV4, with coverage underway from 10.45am.

To live stream, you can head to ITV Hub or TV Player.

SuperSport is the South African broadcaster for the Rugby World Cup, while TSN have the Canadian rights.While Canada has faced New Zealand in three of the last five Rugby World Cups, they’ve faced South Africa only once in the quadrennial tournament, in a game still known as the Battle of Boet Eramus, in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, in 1995.

They also faced each other in a June tour match in 2000, the Springboks winning 51-18. On Tuesday (3:15 a.m. PDT, TSN) at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, the Canadians and South Africans will do battle for just the third time in their respective rugby histories.

The 1995 game lives somewhat in infamy because of a full-on brawl which led to multiple suspensions on both teams, opening the door for the South Africans to call up Chester Williams, the winger who went on to capture the imagination of a country that was trying to unify itself after four decades of racist rule.

The South Africans went on to win the tournament and Williams’ role as the lone player of colour on the team is now legendary. Even non-rugby fans may know the story through the 1995 film Invictus, which profiled the efforts of president Nelson Mandel to unify his country behind the national rugby team.

South Africa have long been a rugby power. After the end of apartheid, global rugby’s leadership saw an obvious chance to have their sport play a role in helping South Africa move into a new era; they also, of course, saw a chance to hit a home run in terms of fan interest.