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Germany take on Argentina in the greatest match of them all, after they reached the final in differing circumstances.
Joachim Low’s side completely embarrassed Brazil in front of their supporters in the most one sided semi-final of all time.
Germany were amazingly 5-0 up inside of 30 minutes, with Miroslav Klose scoring a record breaking second goal.
Toni Kroos scored twice inside of 67 seconds, with Brazil conceding an incredible four goals in a crazy six minute period.
Chelsea forward Andre Schurrle came off the bench in the second period to add two more goals, before Oscar scored a late consolation effort.
The final is Germany’s first since 2002, when ironically they lost to a Ronaldo inspired Brazil in Japan.
Argentina have had to wait longer for a final, with Sunday their first time in the biggest match in the world since 1990.
Their semi-final with Holland was far from a classic, finishing goalless in a match of very few chances.
Arjen Robben nearly won the match late on for Holland, although it was Argentina who had the best chances in extra-time.
Rodrigo Palacio and Maxi Rodriguez missed glorious chances to win the match, both failing to convert from close range.
Sergio Romero was the hero in the penalties though, denying both Ron Vlaar and Wesley Sneijder, as Argentina scored all four spot kicks.
Argentina have the better head to head record, although both have previously beat each other in a World Cup final.
Germany thrashed Argentina in the quarter-final of the 2010 World Cup, with Klose scoring twice in the romp.
Team news Germany are likely to keep the same starting XI that played in the semi-final romp over Brazil, meaning Mario Gotze will remain on the bench.
Klose will lead the line, with Thomas Muller and Mesut Ozil deployed from wide areas, with Schurrle as an impact substitute.
Mats Hummels went off at half-time, although this was only a precautionary move and he will start ahead of Per Mertesacker.
Argentina are hopeful that Angel Di Maria and Sergio Aguero will be able to start on Sunday, after previous injuries.
Only one of the two are likely to start and Aguero may well be on the bench, with Ezequiel Lavezzi preferred.
Lucas Biglia and Enzo Perez will battle it out to be the defensive midfield partner of Javier Mascherano.
Germany (4-3-3): Neuer, Lahm, Hummels, Boateng, Howedes, Khedira, Schweinsteiger, Kroos, Muller, Klose, Ozil Argentina (4-3-3): Romero, Zabaleta, Garay, Demichelis, Rojo, Mascherano, Perez, Di Maria, Lavezzi, Messi, Higuain