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GER-W vs SPA-W Match Preview, Team News, Lineups
It’ a battle between the leaders in Group B as Spain play Germany in the 2nd round, with each team hoping to keep their 100% record alive, at Stade du Hainaut.

What happened in the first game:

Germany: Far from their best in game-1. Rode their luck at times against China, and needed an individual effort from 19-year-old Giulia Gwinn to bag all 3 points. With the opponents technically more sound in the next game, the two-time champions must bring their A-Game.

Spain: Not away from complications by any means. In fact, they were in a far more precarious situation than the Germans as the defeat was a reality. For the South Africans were just 20 minutes away from snatching the win. But a late rally saw the La Roja score 3 goals, bagging all three points.

Match Details:

The FIFA women’s World Cup match will be played between Germany and Spain at Stade du Hainaut in Valenciennes, France. The ground has a capacity of 24,926.
The game will start at 09:30 PM (IST), on Wednesday, June 12.

Broadcast details:

Sony Sports Network has the exclusive rights to broadcast FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 matches in India. Premier members can also enjoy the live action on the official SonyLiv App.

Recent form (Last six matches)
Germany – W W W D W W
Spain – W L W W D W

Germany Team News:

Carolin Simon was involved in a heavy collision in the first half against China and was taken off at the start of the 2nd half. She remains a doubt for this game. If that remains the case, Lena Oberdorf is expected to replace her in the playing 11.

There are no injury concerns from the last game and we could see the same playing 11 which started the opening game.

Here is the full Germany squad for the world cup:

Goalkeepers: Laura Benkarth, Merle Frohms, Almuth Schult
Defenders: Sara Doorsoun, Johanna Elsig, Lena Goessling, Giulia Gwinn, Marina Hegering, Kathrin Hendrich, Leonie Maier, Carolin Simon, Verena Schweers
Midfielders: Sara Daebritz, Linda Dallmann, Svenja Huth, Turid Knaak, Melanie Leupolz, Dzsenifer Marozsan, Lena Oberdorf, Lina Magull
Forwards: Klara Buehl, Alexandra Popp, Lea Schueller

Probable XI: Almuth Schult (GK), Kathrin Hendrich, Marina Hegering, Sara Doorsoun, Lena Oberdorf, Giulia Gwinn, Svenja Huth, Sara Däbritz, Dzenifer, Marozsan, Melanie Leupholz, Alexandra Popp

Spain squad for the world cup:

Goalkeepers: Sandra Panos, Mariasun Quinones, Dolores Gallardo
Defenders: Leila Ouahabi, Ivana Andres, Marta Torrejon, Irene Paredes, Marta Corredera, Celia Jimenez, Mapi Leon, Andrea Pereira
Midfielders: Patri Guijarro, Virginia Torrecilla, Amanda Sampedro, Aitana Bonmati, Alexia Putellas, Vicky Losada, Silvia Meseguer
Forwards: Lucia Garcia, Nahikari Garcia, Mariona Caldentey, Jennifer Hermoso, Andrea Falcon
Spain made two immediate changes after the break and looked more potent in front of the goal. The two players leaving the field were Vicky Losada and Amanda Sampedro and were replaced by Lucia Garcia and Aitana Bonamti respectively. Both Garcia and Bonmati could start the game here.

Probable XI: Sandra Paños (GK), Marta Torrejón, A. Pereira, M. P. Leon, M. Corredera, V. Torrecilla, V. Losada, A. Putellas, A. Sampedro, Mariona Caldentey, Jennifer Hermoso

GER-W vs SPA-W Dream11 Team

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