Germany v Scotland Live Stream, free bets and odds : Euro Qualifiers get underway at Allianz Arena

Latest Germany v Scotland live stream schedule, free bets and latest odds as Gordon Strachans’ men travel to Bavaria in their opening game of Euro qualifying.

Germany face Scotland in their first competitive match since lifting the 2014 World Cup.

Joachim Low’s men beat Argentina in the greatest game of them little under two months ago, with Mario Gotze scoring the only goal.

Argentina did beat Germany in a friendly on Wednesday evening, with Angel Di Maria scoring one and assisting three in a 4-2 victory.

After the World Cup the trio of Per Mertesacker, Miroslav Klose and captain Philipp Lahm retired from international duty.

Bastian Schweinsteiger is the nation’s new captain, however won’t feature against Scotland due to injury.

Scotland’s last international fixture was back in May, a 2-2 draw with Nigeria, a pre World Cup warm up match for the African nation.

Gordon Strachan’s men are unbeaten in their last internationals, a run stretching back to September 2013, a 2-0 loss to Belgium.

The two nations haven’t met in 11 years, with Michael Ballack scoring the winner in a 2004 European Championship qualifier.

Scotland did earn a surprise 1-0 victory away to Germany, although that was back in 1999 under Craig Brown.

Team news
Germany will be without the injured trio of Julian Draxler, Sami Khedira and Mesut Ozil.

Christophe Kramer, Marco Reus and Mario Gomez look set to start against Scotland, with Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels an injury doubt.

The highly talented youngster Matthias Ginter will take Hummels place if the doesn’t recover in time.

Scotland have been hit with withdrawals prior to the game, with the likes of Christophe Berra, Andrew Robertson and Graham Dorrans all out.

Steven Naismith is set for a wide midfield role, with Darren Fletcher leading the country out having fully recovered from injury.

Alan Hutton will be deployed from right full-back, with the new Crystal Palace midfielder James McArthur set to start.

Germany (4-2-3-1): Neuer, Howedes, Boateng, Ginter, Durm, Kramer, Kroos, Reus, Gotze, Muller, Gomez
Scotland (4-5-1): McGregor, Hutton, Martin, Hanley, Anya, Bryson, Morrison, Fletcher, McArthur, Naismith, Fletcher

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