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Germany will hope to rediscover some positive form when they host Russia in an international friendly at the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig on Thursday.
Die Mannschaft need to get back to winning ways ahead of facing the Netherlands in League A Group 1 of the UEFA Nations League on Monday, November 19.
Coach Joachim Low's team is entering Thursday's game on a dismal run of three defeats from the last six. By contrast, 2018 FIFA World Cup hosts Russia are unbeaten in their last six matches, having taken three wins and as many draws in that time.
Even so, Germany are favourites among the oddsmakers, while a slew of injuries in attack could hamper Russia.
Germany remaining firm favourites with the oddsmakers despite recent struggles is a testament to the quality in the squad, even if more than one notable star won't feature.
Joachim Low's men have endured a disastrous run of form since the World Cup and are aiming to put the brakes on it
Germany find themselves going into 2018’s final two fixtures in damage limitation mode. After flopping at the World Cup, Joachim Low’s side have set an unwanted national record for defeats in a calendar year and tackle Russia on Thursday before facing the Netherlands in the UEFA Nations League on Monday.
By the time they meet the Dutch, they could be in the embarrassing position of having already been relegated from the top tier of European clubs, having earned just a single point from their first three fixtures.
Joachim Low's men have endured a disastrous run of form since the World Cup and are aiming to put the brakes on it
Germany find themselves going into 2018’s final two fixtures in damage limitation mode. After flopping at the World Cup, Joachim Low’s side have set an unwanted national record for defeats in a calendar year and tackle Russia on Thursday before facing the Netherlands in the UEFA Nations League on Monday.
By the time they meet the Dutch, they could be in the embarrassing position of having already been relegated from the top tier of European clubs, having earned just a single point from their first three fixtures.
Marco Reus is back in the Germany squad after missing last month’s matches due to a knee problem, although he is something of a doubt after failed to train on Tuesday. Antonio Rudiger, Kai Havertz and Leon Goretzka are also back in Joachim Low’s panel.
Toni Kroos will only join the squad after the Russia fixture, while Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen has been allowed to sit out because of ongoing shoulder complaints. Julian Draxler is on compassionate leave.
Jerome Boateng, meanwhile, has been left out of the squad by technical decision.
Russia saw a raft of players retire following the World Cup in the summer, including Yuri Zhirkov, Sergei Ignashevich and Igor Akinfeev.
A more immediate issue is the number of injuries that they are carrying. Mario Fernandes, Ilya Kutepov, Viktor Vasin, Denis Cheryshev, Artem Dzyuba, Aleksandr Kokorin and star man Aleksandr Golovin are all missing because of physical problems, leaving Stanislav Cherchesov with a severely depleted panel.
Sergey Petrov and Roman Zobnin have both been carrying thigh injuries of late, too.
Krasnodar forward Ari has received a first call to the squad.

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