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Germany vs Scotland 2015 IST Time, Indian TV Telecast Channels

Germany vs Scotland 2015 IST Time, Indian TV Telecast Channels: Defeating Slovenia by 2–0, the world champions are now leading group d with sixteen points. Die Mannschaft have won five with loss of one and one draw in their last seven fixtures of Euro 2016 qualifier. Their next rivals are Scotland against whom they’ll play on 7th Sept 2015 at Hampden Park located in Glasgow. The Germans with three games remaining are confident to qualify directly, but they can’t relax until the finals qualification. IST time and Indian telecast channels of this Euro 2016 qualification match is given below with brief description.

Germany vs Scotland 2015 IST Time Of Euro 2016 Qualifier

Germany vs Scotland ist time

CompetitionEuro 2016 qualifier
Date7 Sept 2015 [Local], 8 Sept 2015 [India]
Time6:45 pm [GMT], 12:15 am [IST]
StadiumHampden Park
Seating capacity52,063 spectators
First teamScotland
Second teamGermany
Telecast channelsSony Six, ESPN etc.

Germany Vs Scotland 2015 Telecast In India

Germany vs Scotland telecast in India

Germany: WDR Event, B5 aktuell, MDR Info, Hr-Info, RTL Television

Argentina: ESPN Play Argentina, ESPN 2

Belgium: Play Sports , Be Sport 1

Canada: Sportsnet World Now, Sportsnet One

Chile: ESPN 2 Latin America

Denmark: EMKVAL, Canal 9 Denmark

France: Foot+

Hong Kong: Super Soccer channel 61, Cable TV Channel 201 HD

India: Sony Six

Japan: Sukachan 0, Sky PerfectTV Live

Netherlands: Sport1 Voetball

New Zealand: ESPN Australia, ESPN Pacific Rim

Norway: MAX Norge

Portugal: Sport TV1

Sweden: Kanal 9 Sweden

Switzerland: RTL Television

United States: Fox Soccer 2Go USA, Fox Sports 1 USA

Match Preview

Although the Germans are confident of the final appearance but their defender Mats Hummels is aware of Scottish players. The player stated that their next rivals are create problems as he said

“They are dangerous and it doesn’t depend on how they played the last game. We know they have a good team, a strong team and some good individual players and of course a very passionate stadium.”

“It will be a tough game if we let them play, if we let them have chances, the crowd will get enthusiastic and the team will always be better then. We are not back to our best but I think we had a good performance except for the last 10 or 15 minutes before half-time.”

Scotland have won three games out of seven and drew twice in their last seven fixtures of Euro 2016 qualifier. They are currently at fourth spot in group d standings. They are three points behind the second placed poles — the top two qualify automatically — but their hopes of finishing in the top three and securing at least a play off spot are now out of their own hands.

Bad news for German fans as Borussia Dortmund’s Marco Reus will miss this game due to injury.

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