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Live online football streaming: Watch Republic of Ireland v Germany (2014 World Cup qualifier)
A raucous atmosphere with engulf the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Friday night (7:45 UK time) as Giovanni Trappatoni’s recovering Ireland squad faces one of the toughest chakllengers in world football, Germany.
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At least one perfect record will fall this weekend as Germany (2 wins out of 2) travel to Ireland (1 win out of 1), and many will think Joachim Loew’s side won’t be the ones of the losing end.
German defeats in World Cup qualifying are a scarce as kryptonite, whilst Ireland are still on the long road to recovery following a terrible Euro 2012 campaign plus the retirements of Damien Duff and Shay Given from the team.
Ireland also have some immediate issues of concern before the Germany game. Sean St Ledger, Glenn Whelan, James McClean and Kevin Doyle are all out with injuries, while out-of-practice Sunderland goalie Keiren Westwood looks set to start in goal for the Ireland.
Of those fit and able, it will up to the likes of Ciaran Clark, John O’Shea, Aiden McGeady and Robbie Keane to try and lead the Irish to a positive result.
Germany also have their fair share of headaches too.
With Philipp Lahm, Mario Gomez and Lars Bender already ruled out, Joachim Loew lost another body this week when Borussia Dortmund said central defender Mats Hummels faces two weeks on the sidelines with a leg injury.
Even with those absentees though the three-times World Cup winners will field an awesome looking eleven. With Manuel Neuer, Sami Khedira, Mesut Ozil, Marco Reus, Mario Gotze, Bastien Schweinsteiger, Thomas Muller, amongst others, in their ranks, the visitors will be heavy favourites for the victory.
- Updated: October 9, 2012