The four-time World Cup champions are making a comeback four years ago after a disastrous defense of their 2014 title.
But he’s rediscovered his confidence laughing tree and boast a talented team of forwards including potential breakout star Jamal Musiala.
Germany, playing Spain in their second match, can afford no mistakes, while Japan will hope to make a comeback.
Here’s everything you need to know.
When is Germany vs Japan?
The match begins at 1:00 PM GMT on Wednesday, November 23, at the Khalifa International Stadium.
Which TV channel is it on and how can I watch it online?
It will be shown live on ITV 1, with coverage starting at 12:10pm, as well as online on ITV X.
what is team news
Leroy Sane has been ruled out of Germany’s first match with a knee injury, but Thomas Muller and Antonio Rudiger have been sidelined with fitness concerns and are in line to start.
Hansi Flick must decide whether to start Kai Havertz up front or go for the more traditional striker Niklas Fulkrug.
Arsenal defender Takahiro Tomiyasu should be fit enough to start for Japan, who have a wealth of attacking options.
Germany: Neur; sweeper, column, rüdiger, space; Kimmich, Gundogan; Müller, Musiala, Gnabri; Havertz
Japan: Gonda; Sakai, Tomiyasu, Yoshida, Nagatomo; Shibasaki, Ando, Kamada; Ito, Asano, Minamino
Japan may have their moments but Germany’s attacking options should be too much for them in an open and engrossing game. Germany 3-1 Japan
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