Germany are expected to make wholesale changes from the side that drew 0-0 with England on Friday.
Joachim Löw has confirmed Toni Kroos, Sami Khedira and Kevin Trapp will all start against France.
Mario Gotze, Jerome Boateng, Emre Can, and Julian Brandt will also be pushing for starts on Tuesday.
Olivier Giroud has returned to Arsenal after picking up a thigh injury in France’s 2-0 win over Wales.
Anthony Martial will be looking to start for France for the first time since September 2016.
Raphael Varane will start in defence if he can overcome his own injury concerns. Lucas Digne and Adrien Rabiot will also push for starts on Tuesday.
Germany are unbeaten in 20 matches after drawing 0-0 with England on Friday. Joachim Löw’s side underwhelmed at Wembley at times and they will need to improve to avoid defeat against Euro 2016 finalists France.
France are only unbeaten in their last six, being defeated on two occasions in 2017 alone. They have a golden generation of players and it would be a travesty if Didier Deschamps fails to win a major tournament. Beating Germany would be a step in the right direction as they look to build momentum into the 2018 World Cup,
Interestingly, Germany have lost their last three home matches against France and failed to score in two of those.
Previous Meetings (Last 6 matches)
UEC 07-07-2016 FT Germany 0 : 2 France
IF 13-11-2015 FT France 2 : 0 Germany
WC 04-07-2014 FT France 0 : 1 Germany
IF 06-02-2013 FT France 1 : 2 Germany
IF 29-02-2012 FT Germany 1 : 2 France
IF 12-11-2005 FT France 0 : 0 Germany
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