It’s the second game of the international break, and Germany are set to face Group J toppers Armenia in what counts as a topspiel when there’s no domestic football. This will be Hansi Flick’s second game in charge of Germany, and the former Bayern Munich coach will be looking to improve on his 2-0 win over Liechtenstein.
Flick has a number of players missing for this game, which will probably raise the need to experiment with the lineup. Versus Liechtenstein, we didn’t really see much of the coach’s new approach in action, simply because the opponents were so defensive. Hopefully against Armenia, we see a lot more of the team and Hansi’s tactics.
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