Defending champions Germany will kick off their last international friendly before FIFA World Cup 2018 against Saudi Arabia on Friday, June 8. Also Read - FIFA World Cup 2022 Organisers Hoping For More Indian Eyeballs Than Previous Edition
The World Champions were surprisingly beaten by Austria by 2-1 on Saturday, June 2 and have now gone five games without a win. Also Read - Agent Slams Mikel Arteta For Not Treating Arsenal Midfielder Mesut Ozil Fairly
Defending Champions Germany is in a real need of a win just to boost their morale before they head to Russia for FIFA World Cup 2018.
Here is all you need to know about the FIFA International Friendly:
When is the FIFA International Friendly between Germany and Saudi Arabia going to be played?
The FIFA International Friendly between Germany and Saudi Arabia is going to be played on 8th June 2018.
Where is the FIFA International Friendly between Germany and Saudi Arabia is going to be played?
The FIFA International Friendly between Germany and Saudi Arabia is going to be played at the BayArena, Leverkusen, Germany on Friday (IST).
When does the FIFA International Friendly between Germany and Saudi Arabia start?
The FIFA International Friendly between Germany and Saudi Arabia match starts at 11:00 PM IST (On Friday).
Which channels will show the coverage?
The match will be aired on Sony Ten 2, but there is no official word on it.
Where can you live stream the FIFA Friendly between Germany and Saudi Arabia?
The FIFA Friendly between Germany and Saudi Arabia match can be streamed on SonyLiv.com. New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV as well as on a web browser also.
Germany: Manuel Neuer, Marc-Andre ter Stergen, Kevin Trapp, Jerome Boateng, Matthias Ginter, Jonas Hector, Mats Hummels, Joshua Kimmich, Marvin Plattenhardt, Antonio Rudiger, Niklas Sule, Julian Brandt, Julian Draxler, Leon Goretska, Ilkay Gundogan, Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos, Mesut Ozil, Sebastian Rudy, Mario Gomez, Thomas Muller, Marco Reus, Timo Werner.
Saudi Arabia: Mohammed Al Owais, Yasser Al Mosailem, Abdullah Al Mayouf, Mansoor Al Harbi, Yasser Al Shahrani, Mohammed Al Breik, Motaz Hawsawi, Osama Hawsawi, Omar Hawsawi, Ali Al Bulaihi, Abdullah Al Khaibari, Abdulmalek Al Khaibri, Abdullah Otayf, Taisser Al Jassim, Houssain Al Mogahwi, Salman Al Faraj, Mohammed Kanno, Hattan Bahebri, Salem Al Dawsari, Yahya Al Shehri, Fahad Al Muwallad, Mohammed Al Sahlawi, Muhannad Assiri.