How to watch the Friendlies match between Austria and Germany, as well as kick-off time and team news.
Having secured qualification to Euro 2024, Ralf Rangnick’s Austria are enjoying a formidable run in the qualifying phase of the competition. Losing just one game against Belgium in their eight matches, Austria capped off their campaign with a scintillating win against Estonia. With their eyes set on the Euro next season, a win against a depleted German side could give their confidence a massive boost in their last international break of the year.
Julian Nagelsmann’s Germany were left disheartened after a 3-2 defeat against Turkey in their previous friendly. Goals by Kai Havertz and Niclas Fullkrug on either side of half-time weren’t enough for the European powerhouses as Turkey found a way to win the game. With Germany hosting the Euros next season, Naglesmann will be looking to wrap up the calendar year with a win as results have not fallen in his team’s favour of late.
Here GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.
Austria vs Germany kick-off time
Austria will host Germany at the Ernst-Happel-Stadion with kick-off scheduled at 2:45 pm ET / 11:45 am PT in the USA.
How to watch Austria vs Germany online – TV channels & live streams
Team news & squads
Austria team news
Samson Baidoo is the only injury concern for the hosts with the Salzburg centre-back nursing an abductor injury. Austria’s top goalscorer Marko Arnautovic could return to the starting eleven after making a substitute appearance last time out.
Austria Predicted XI: Schlager; Posch, Lienhart, Alaba, Wober; Sabitzer, Seiwald, Baumgartner; Laimer, Arnautovic, Kainz.
Germany team news
Kai Havertz started in an unfamiliar position as a left-back in Germany’s 3-2 defeat to Turkey and Julian Nagelsmann would be vying to start a proper defender in place of the Gunner’s forward.
Felix Nmecha, Malick Thiaw, Robin Gosens and Marc-Andre ter Stegen are the only absentees for Germany with all of them pulling out due to their respective reasons.
Germany Predicted XI: Trapp; Henrichs, Tah, Rudiger, Raum; Gundogan, Kimmich; Sane, Wirtz, Gnabry; Fullkrug.