Germany vs Mexico – Predicted Line-ups: Liverpool star set for first Confederations Cup semi-final
Germany take on Mexico in the Confederations Cup semi-final hoping to reach the final of the tournament for the first time.
The 2014 World Cup winners will face reigning Copa America champions Chile if they progress to the final.
Germany boss Joachim Low rotated the squad heavily during the group stages so it is difficult to predict what he will do against Mexico.
We can expect Liverpool star Emre Can to feature.
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The central midfielder of Turkish origin has started to last two games for the national team.
Julian Draxler is another player almost certain to get the not.
Mexico meanwhile could be without star striker Javier Hernandez who trained separately from the squad due to injury.
Andres Guardado is suspended while centre-back Diego Reyes is an injury doubt.
The last time Germany faced Mexico was coincidently 12 years ago in the same competition.
The Germans won the game in extra-time to seal bronze for his national side.
Germany vs Mexico – Predicted Line-ups
Germany: ter Stegen; Ginter, Mustafi, Rudiger; Kimmich, Goretzka, Can, Hector; Stindl, Draxler; Werner.
Mexico: Ochoa; Layun, Araujo, Moreno, Alanis; dos Santos, Herrera, Reyes; Jimenez, Hernandez, Vela.