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Sweden Vs Germany: Match preview 15-10-2013 & head to head

After beating Ireland in its home, Germany has qualified for World cup 2014. It will now face Sweden in remaining match of world cup qualifier on 15th of October 2013. DFB eleven is currently at top position in Group C of Europe qualifiers followed by Sweden & Austria at 2nd & 3rd position respectively. Given below table will help you about the match schedule.

CompetitionWorld cup qualifier (Europe)
Date15-10-2013 (GMT) & 16-10-2013 (IST)
Time20:00 (GMT) & 00:15 (IST)
StadiumFriends Arena
Home teamThe Yellow Blue
Away teamDFB eleven
RefereeWilliam Collum
Assistant RefereeWilliam Conquer, Martin Cryans
Fourth officialRobert Madden

Germany v Sweden - FIFA 2014 World Cup Qualifier

Star Striker of Paris Saint Germain, Zlatan Ibrahimovic said that “I love to make other happy.” He always puts team mates before himself. Later he told to BBC that “I read all time that some people think that I am arrogant.”

On Friday, Germany qualified for world battle & on same day 4 other nation secured their place. After beating Croatia by 2–1 win away from home, Belgium also got ticket to Brazil.

With 3–0 victory over Republic of Ireland they completed qualification process. Sami Khedira, Andre Schurrle & Mesut Ozil were goal scorers of that match.

Sweden Vs Germany head to head matches


Both teams faced each other on 16th Oct last year. That was very tough competition among these 2. In first half Germany was leading with 3–0. But in second half, Sweden made a perfect come back & they scored 4 goals & final score was 4–4.

Squads of both teams


Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer, Rene Adler, Ron-Robert Zieler

Defenders: Philipp Lahm (Captain), Marcell Jansen, Benediket Howedes, Mats Hummels, Heiko Westermann, Per Mertesacker, Jerome Boateng

Midfielders: Sami Khidera, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Mesut Ozil, Andre Schurrle, Julian Draxler, Sidney Sam, Thomas Muller, Toni Kroos, Mario Gotze, Max Kruse

Forwards: Max Kruse


Goalkeepers: Andreas Isaksson, Johan Wiland, Kristoffer Nordfeldt

Defenders: Mikael Lustig, Jonas Olsson, Per Nilsson, Martin Olsson, Mikael Antonsson, Andreas Granqvist, Pierre Bengtsson, Adam Johansson,

Midfielders: Rasmus Elm, Sebastian Larsson, Andres Svensson, Kim Kallstrom, Pontus Wernbloom, Alexender Kacaniklic, Jimmy Durmaz, Erkan Zengin

Forwards: Zlatan Ibrahomovic, John Elmander, Tobias Hysen, Ola Toivonen.


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