Watch Poland vs Germany Online Free Live Streaming for free. This weekend Poland will face world cup champions Germany in the second group match of UEFA Euro 2016 qualifiers. Both teams have won respective opening matches in the group stage of Euro 2014 qualification. If you are looking for online live stream of this upcoming match, then you are at right place. See the procedure to watch the online live streaming of Poland vs Germany.
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Both the teams were last met in a goalless friendly draw in Hamburg on 13th May this year, it was the first time Poland had kept a clean sheet against Germany since reunification. Poland’s have played 18 matches against Germany and played 6 draws and lost 12 matches with no win. They have scored just once in their six competitive meetings with Germany.
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Competition: UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifiers
Date: 11 Oct, 2014 [GMT], 12 Oct, [IST]
Time: 6.45pm [GMT], 00.15 [IST]
Venue: Stadion Narodowy
TV Telecast Channels: ESPN Austria, Polsat Sport, Sony Six SD, Sky Sports 5/HD
In their last meeting before world Cup, both the teams played a draw. They also had a 2–2 draw with Germany in 2011. Although the Poles have never beaten their German neighbors, their recent results against this team look good. Poland kicked off their campaign as the most impressive result of the tournament. The victory was quite predictable as their opponents are relatively inexperienced and are debutant to the competition.
The German manager Joachim Low is keen for his side to take command of Group D with victories in both encounters. The 54 years old coach told to German Football association “Both of these games in October are extremely important.”
Out of last 5 games in all competitions, the current World Champions Germany have lost one game. The defeat was against vice champions Argentina by 2–4 without the presence of captain Lionel Messi. On the other hand, Poland managed three wins in last 5 games in all competitions.
World champions Germany travel to neighbours Poland before welcoming the Republic of Ireland to the Veltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen next Tuesday. And coach Joachim Low is keen for his side to take command of Group D with victories in both encounters. “Both of these games in October are extremely important,” he told the German Football Association’s website.