Here is the procedure to watch Germany vs Scotland free live streaming of Euro 2016 qualifying round. The current World Cup champions will begin their journey of UEFA EURO 2016 against Scotland on Sunday. Home ground of Die Mannschaft Signal Iduna Park is all set for the first game of the eagles. Some good news and some bad news are there for the fans of defending world champions as they will miss their former captain Philipp Lahm. But the good news is that Mario Gomez and Marco Reus are back after long break.
Germany vs Scotland 2014 Free Live Streaming
Despite being world champions, the eagles failed to win against the whites and sky blues at their home ground even without presence of Lionel Messi. The Germans faced 2–4 loss against Argentina in international friendly meeting. The Manchester United midfielder Angel di Maria was man of the match of the last game.
Last loss was the only loss of eagles after very long unbeaten run of Germany. Their rivals Scotland are also looking in decent form with zero loss in last 5 games in all competition. Both teams are in Group D in qualification round of EURO 2016. Other teams in this group are Republic of Ireland, Poland, Georgia and Gibraltar.
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You can watch this upcoming match live on TV telecast channels Sony Six in India, Sky Go in United Kingdom, Fox Sports Go in United States, RTL Television, Sport1 Voetball in Netherlands, Sky Calcio 1 in Italy etc.
Germany vs Scotland 2014 Preview & Team Squad
Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer, Roman Weidenfeller, Ron-Robert Zieler
Defenders: Jerome Boateng, Eric Durm, Matthias Ginter, Kevin Grobkreutz, Benedikt Howedes, Mats Hummels, Antonio Rudiger
Midfielders: Julian Draxler, Mario Gotze, Sami Khedira, Christoph Kramer, Toni Kroos, Mesut Ozil, Marco Reus, Andre Schurrle.
Forwards: Mario Gomez, Thomas Muller, Lukas Podolski
Goalkeepers: Allan McGregor, David Marshall, Craig Gordon
Defenders: Steven Whittaker, Mark Reynolds, Russell, Alan Hutton, Grant Hanley, Gordon Greer, Craig Forsyth
Midfielders: Ikechi Anya, Charlie Mulgrew, James Morrison, Callum McGregor, Kevin McDonald, James McArthur, Shaun Maloney, Darren Fletcher, Chris Burke, Craig Bryson, Barry Bannan.
Forwards: Steven Naismith, Steven Fletcher, Chris Martin.
For this meeting, Darren Fletcher will be the captain of his national side. After missing international match against Argentina, Jerome Boateng is likely to play this game as the player is now fit for the upcoming clash.
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Gordon Greer is now back to his national team after two years out injured but is unlikely to displace current first choice Scotland goalkeeper Allan McGregor. Wolves midfielder Kevin McDonald could also make his senior international appearance at the Signal Iduna Park.