UEFA Nations League Live: Dream11 Prediction for Germany vs Ukraine @ 1.15 AM IST live streaming on Sony Sports on 15th November, 2020.
Germany will battle Ukraine on Saturday in the UEFA Nations League as both sides will look to pick up a vital three points in Group A4, which also includes Spain and Switzerland. Germany is currently in third place with two points after two games, drawing 1-1 against both Spain and Switzerland.
Ukraine, meanwhile, is a point above Germany with three points after defeating Switzerland 2-1 and losing to Spain 4-0. The Germans are led up front by Chelsea forward Timo Werner, who is responsible for scoring one of two goals thus far in the tournament, and Leroy Sane. On the opposite side, the trio of Moraes, Yevhen Konoplyanka and Andriy Yarmolenko lead the charge for the Ukranian side, with Yarmolenko scoring one of the goals in the win over the Swiss.
UEFA Nations League 2020 Live:
Match – Germany vs Ukraine
Date – Nov 15 2020
Time – 01:15 AM (IST)
Stadium: Red Bull Arena, Leipzig
Germany vs Ukraine Predicted XI
Ukraine: Heorhiy Bushchan, Yukhym Konplya, Ihor Plastun, Vitaliy Mykolenko, Eduard Sobol, Serhiy Sydorchuk, Mykola Shaparenko, Roman Bezus, Ruslan Malinovskyi, Andriy Yarmolenko, Oleksandr Zubkov
Germany: Manuel Neuer, Emre Can, Niklas Sule, Antonio Rudiger, Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos, Leon Goretzka, Robin Gosens, Serge Gnabry, Timo Werner, Kai Havertz
UEFA Nations League game between Germany vs Ukraine TEAMS will be live streamed on SonyLIV @ 12.15 am tonite
As they stand
• Germany are second in the section, unbeaten after four games, and level on six points with third-placed Ukraine, but with a better goal difference. They have won both of their previous competitive games at the RB Arena.
• Ukraine’s unexpected win against Spain last time out has reinvigorated their campaign. However, while they are only a point adrift of the section leaders, both of their remaining games are away from home.
Highlights: Ukraine 1-2 Germany
• Germany were comfortable 2-1 winners in Kyiv when the sides met on Matchday 3. They are yet to lose in seven meetings with Ukraine, though three of those games ended level: W4 D3.
• The Mannschaft have won all three of the sides’ encounters on German soil. Ukraine’s only goal in Germany to date was scored by their current coach Andriy Shevchenko, in a 4-1 FIFA World Cup play-off defeat in Dortmund in November 2001.
What the coaches say
Joachim Löw, Germany coach: “A team needs consistency, rhythm and an understanding with one another. A team has to grow; that flow needs to develop. It is not there yet, but we can still lay the foundations, build trust in our philosophy and share our ideas. The development of the team is definitely going well and we are really excited looking ahead to next year.”
Andriy Shevchenko, Ukraine coach: “Right now, we cannot compete with Germany and Spain in the football they play. We have to find completely different actions, tactical schemes, ideas to confront them at this level. We have a different mission to our rivals. Spain and Germany will fight to win the group; our task is to stay in it. But I can say that each of our players has a big heart and a great desire to play for the national team of Ukraine.”