Sweden defender Victor Lindelof is required to begin against Germany on Saturday subsequent to missing Monday's 1-0 prevail upon South Korea in view of sickness.

Leeds United focus back Pontus Jansson is probably going to be supplanted by the Manchester United defender, who came back to preparing on Thursday.

Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus is relied upon to begin for Germany, having been on the seat against Mexico. coach Joachim Low is set to change his side after Sunday's 1-0 overcome. 


  • 1 Manuel Neuer
  • 17 Jérôme Boateng
  • 16 Antonio Rüdiger
  • 3 Jonas Hector
  • 18 Joshua Kimmich
  • 13 Thomas Müller
  • 8 Toni Kroos
  • 19 Sebastian Rudy
  • 9 Timo Werner
  • 7 Julian Draxler
  • 11 Marco Reus


  • 1 Robin Olsen
  • 4 Andreas Granqvist
  • 3 Victor Lindelöf
  • 6 Ludwig Augustinsson
  • 2 Mikael Lustig
  • 8 Albin Ekdal
  • 7 Sebastian Larsson
  • 10 Emil Forsberg
  • 17 Viktor Claesson
  • 9 Marcus Berg
  • 20 Ola Toivonen


Defending  champions Germany influenced an unpleasant begin to their offer to win consecutive World Cups with a stun to overcome by Mexico in their opening Group F game.

Hirving Lozano's first-half goal in Moscow was conclusive, with Low unmoved by Germany's fragility in defence. They were uniquely disconnected and should keep away from thrashing to guarantee they don't go out in the gathering stages out of the blue since 1938.

Conversely, Sweden denoted their first appearance in the World Cup for a long time by beating South Korea on account of a penalty from Andreas Granqvist. At 33, the captain turned into the most established player to score on his World Cup make a big appearance since Martin Palermo, who was 36 when he scored for Argentina in 2010.

They defeated a 60-year dry season too on the grounds that they hadn't won their first match at a World Cup since 1958, when the competition was held in their own particular lawn.

From that point forward, Sweden have fit the bill for seven World Cups – achieving Russia by overcoming Italy 1-0 out of a two-legged play-off, subsequent to beating the Netherlands to second place in their qualifying gathering.

Triumph on Saturday will send them through to the knockout stages out of the blue since 2006.


Germany forward Thomas Muller: "We have two hard errands in front of us in this group, we need to win the two recreations.

"There is a considerable measure of weight. Sweden will shield profound. Here and there you need to play quick to separate the contradicting protection. In any case, in the event that you are not understanding, this can blowback."

Germany mentor Joachim Low: "Everyone is extremely miserable and sad yet we need to put this behind us. Our group has understanding of misfortunes."

Sweden winger Emil Forsberg: "It will be a to a great degree troublesome match, we are playing the title holders. Yet, in the meantime we need to appreciate it and have a great time. All the weight is on them.

"We will do what we are great at, endeavor to keep it tight at the back and get an outcome. That is the principle need."

Sweden defender Pontus Jansson: "We realize that Germany is an incredible football country and we consider them important.

"In the match against Mexico, they didn't generally achieve the standard we are accustomed to seeing them at, yet I think it was a reminder for them and they will look for a rebound. So we must be prepared from the main moment."