Will Germany click into gear before their World Cup opener against Japan on Wednesday?
Die Mannschaft are four-times World Cup winners, lifting the trophy in 1954, 1974, 1990 and 2014.
Now led by Hansi Flick, their is genuine belief they can match Brazil’s record by winning the competition for a fifth time.
On the other hand, Germany have only won one of their last seven matches, this a 5-2 thumping of Italy in June.
They’re also in a tough group, taking on Spain and then Costa Rica after their opening match against Japan.
So, will die Nationalelf enjoy a confidence boosting victory in Mascaṭ?
Oman meantime have never qualified for the World Cup, missing out on the Asian play-offs by just one point this time round.
The Reds have at least qualified for next summer’s Asia Cup, hoping for a deep run after reaching the knockout stages for the very first time in 2019.
In this glamour friendly at Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Germany are overwhelming favourites.