After a 1-1 draw with Denmark, Germany will host Latvia at the Mercure Spell Arena on Monday, meanwhile, Latvia claimed a 3-1 win over Lithuania and will look to build on that performance. In international friendlies, Germany tied 1-1 with Denmark at the Tivoli Neue stadium, and Joachim Loew’s men advanced three minutes into the second half through Florian Neuhaus, but the visitors leveled thanks to Youssef’s goal in the 71st minute. Poulsen: Before that, Germany had harvested Six points from three matches in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers last March, and they are currently third in Group J, three points behind first-placed Armenia, and tied with North Macedonia. Dainis Kazakevis, on the other hand, is second in Group G after suffering two losses and one draw in three World Cup qualifiers in March, however, Dainis Kazakevis’s men returned to winning ways on Friday, when they secured a 3-1 win over Lithuania will. Latvia are now looking forward to winning streaks which could be a huge confidence booster ahead of the Baltic Cup final with Estonia next Thursday. Face to face between Germany and Latvia This will be the fourth meeting between the two countries. Germany was undefeated against Latvia, with two victories and one draw. The last meeting between them came back in 2004, when the two teams went through a quiet 0-0 draw. Germany has called up a 26-man squad for the upcoming Euro 2020 tournament, including Chelsea’s Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and Antonio Rudiger. The last time Denmark was out and might be delivered to the barn. Wounded: None, Pending: None Meanwhile, Dainis Kazakevis has called up a 27-man squad for their friendly match and the Baltic Cup. There are no injury or suspension concerns in the Latvian camp. Lukas Klostermann, Mats Hummels, Matthias Ginter, Emre Kahn; Leon Goretzka, Joshua Kimmich, Toni Kroos; Serge Gnabry, Thomas Muller, Kevin Volland, Latvia XI (4-2-3-1): Robert Oswald (goalkeeper); Vitalijs Maximenko, Casparis Dobra, Roberts Savalnik, Marcis Os; Arturs Zgozins, Vladimir Kamys; Vladislav Gutkowskis, Janis Ekaniks, and Roberts Oldricis; Davis Aikanics Germany – Latvia Predictions Germany have failed to win in their last two matches and will be looking to finish this race before the upcoming Euro 2020 championships. Given the gap in quality and experience between the two countries, we expect Germany to win unscathed. Prediction: Germany 4-0 Latvia Please help Sportskeed’s football division improve. Take part in a 30-second survey now. Log in / register to reply.