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Joachim Lows Germany host a new-look Spain side
GermanyhostSpainin Stuttgart on Thursday in the first match of theUEFA Nations League, in Group 4 of League A, as both sides look to better their performance from the last edition of the competition.
Germany finished bottom of a group also consisting of France and the Netherlands, while Spain was pipped to semifinal qualification by England, who had a last-gasp win against Croatia in the last game of the group phase last time.
Germany head coach Joachim Low is under pressure after two underwhelming campaigns on the trot - with both the 2018 FIFA World Cup and the last Nations League campaign ending in massive disappointment.
Low was touted by some as being incredibly lucky to have kept his job and now will feel that it is his time to repay the DFBs trust in him.
For Spain, too, Luis Enrique begins a new era with an exciting young squad, but as far as first matches go, they dont come more challenging than Germany away from home.
Overall, the teams have played each other 23 times, with Germany winning nine and Spain winning seven of those games. Germany has won only one of the last five games, though, when they won an international friendly in 2014.
National Team form, though, is expected to go out of the window in the current scenario, with international football returning after almost a year. These teams last played an international game when their Euro 2020 qualification campaigns ended in November 2019.
The Nations League will be treated with utmost importance by both coaches, as these two proud footballing nations look to ensure that their squads are complete and ready to perform at the highest level by the time the European Championships begin next summer.
Low has not called up most of Bayern Munichs stars, who played in the successful UEFA Champions League campaign. The Germany head coach has spoken of the need for cooperation between clubs and national teams to ensure that players arent burnt out.
JoachimLöwhas selected his squad for our upcomingNationsLeaguefixtures against Spain and Switzerland