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While the team has a huge number of Bayern Munich players in the side, it’s not enough to fill out an XI. Per reports, Joachim Low wants to switch to the high-pressing attacking style that made Hansi Flick so successful last year at the club level.
To that end, the Germans have to make the most of the time before the tournament to get as much practice in the style as possible.
It’ll be especially interesting to see how the attack will be set up. Serge Gnabry, Thomas Muller, and Leroy Sane will almost surely start — but will anyone join them? Will it be a 4-2-3-1 with a front four, or a 4-3-3 like Low is used to?
Will there be a striker, or will Gnabry be up top? Will Muller be in the middle or out wide? We expect to see answers to all that and more in this game.
Germany, meanwhile, pipped Romania to a place in the knockout stages on goal difference after playing out a bore 0-0 draw against them in their final group game in March.
Managed by Stefan Kuntz, the man who famously scored the equaliser in Germany’s penalty shootout victory over England at Wembley Stadium during Euro 1996, Germany U21s have arguably underperformed so far given the enviable quality within their ranks.
Ridle Baku‘s brace helped them to an impressive 3-0 win over Hungary in their opening match, while Manchester City forward Lukas Nmecha, who has also spent the season on loan with Anderlecht, has impressed with two goals and counting.
However, the Germans will be expected to move up a gear against Denmark on Monday, with Kuntz keen to show that his players are capable of peaking at the right moment in the tournament.