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Recent Call-ups

AGE CAPS GLS DOMESTIC CLUB
Brad Jones (G) 36 5 -   NetherlandsFeyenoord
Mathew Ryan (G) 26 43 -   EnglandBrighton
Danny Vukovic (G) 33 1 -   BelgiumGenk
Aziz Behich (D) 27 22 2   TurkeyBursaspor
Milos Degenek (D) 24 18 -   Germany1860 Munich
Matthew Jurman (D) 28 4 -   AustraliaSydney FC
James Meredith (D) 30 2 -   EnglandMillwall
Joshua Risdon (D) 25 7 -   AustraliaWestern Sydney
Trent Sainsbury (D) 26 34 3   SwitzerlandGrasshoppers
Daniel Arzani (M) 19 1 -   AustraliaMelbourne C
Jackson Irvine (M) 25 18 2   EnglandHull
Mile Jedinak (M) 33 75 18   EnglandAston Villa
Robbie Kruse (M) 29 63 5   GermanyBochum
Massimo Luongo (M) 25 35 5   EnglandQPR
Mark Milligan (M) 32 70 6   AustraliaMelbourne Vic
Aaron Mooy (M) 27 33 5   EnglandHuddersfield
Andrew Nabbout (M) 25 3 1   AustraliaNewcastle Jets
Tom Rogic (M) 25 36 7   ScotlandCeltic
Tim Cahill (F) 38 105 50   EnglandMillwall
Tomi Juric (F) 26 34 8   SwitzerlandLucerne
Matthew Leckie (F) 27 52 8   GermanyHertha Berlin
Jamie Maclaren (F) 24 6 -   GermanySV Darmstadt
Dimitrios Petratos (F) 25 2 -   AustraliaNewcastle Jets
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Match in Focus

19:00 TODAY ITV

Germany v Sweden

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Germany have scored in 19 of their last 21 World Cup group matches
Expert verdict
Germany’s 1-0 defeat to Mexico means they have conceded in each of their last seven games and, fresh from beating South Korea, Sweden can find the net against the 2014 winners. Sweden were top scorers in their World Cup qualifying group, netting 26 goals, and can test the troubled Germans.