After being defeated by Chile this week, The English side will be taking on Germany this Tuesday. This will be England’s last game of the year and the next time we see them may be in the World Cup 2014.
This time, the match will be interesting enough as Roy Hodgson has made a few changes to his side that represents the English team as utterly aggressive. The most important ones include the goalkeeper who has been replaced by Joe Hart from Manchester City, and his team mate Daniel Sturridge, who has recovered from his foot injury recently. However, most of the crowd will be looking towards Hart as he has qualified for the favorite-players-list of Roy Hodgson.
England has not played against Germany since the World Cup of 2010 and it was a 4-1 defeat for England. And this time the Germans aim againto get a victory out of this friendly match at Wembley. But Germany will be in the field without their mid-fielder Sami Khedira. The player could be missing the World Cup as well as his injury would not allow him to play for the next six months.
The German manager Joachim Low also believes that his young talent should be given an equal chance to prove themselves at such events. So he reportedly said that the team would probably be travelling to London without some senior players like Philipp Lahm, Manuel Neuer and Mesut Ozil from Arsenal.