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Germany’s penultimate match before the 2022 World Cup will be an international friendly against Oman on Wednesday night.
The Hansi Flick squad is getting ready for their debut match on November 23 against Japan as well as their group stage games against Spain and Costa Rica.
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Oman has never advanced to the World Cup finals, so its elimination from the 2022 competition, which is scheduled to begin on Sunday, was not unexpected.
The Reds may definitely draw inspiration from their effort, even if it did not have the desired effect, as they placed fourth in their Group B qualification division, one point below third-place Australia.
Of their ten qualification matches in Group B, Oman won four, drew two, and lost four, including a triumph over China in their final competitive encounter back in March.
Since then, Branko Ivankovic’s team has competed in four friendlies, winning over Nepal and Iraq in addition to tying with New Zealand and dropping their most recent match to Jordan.
Following this match, Oman will play matches against Belarus and Syria (twice), followed by four friendlies before competing in the Gulf Cup of Nations at the beginning of 2023.
On November 23, Germany will play Japan to open their World Cup campaign. Later in the group stage, they will also play Spain and Costa Rica.
With just seven points from six games, Flick’s team finished third in the UEFA Nations League division after a 3-3 draw with England in their final encounter at the end of September.
With the national team drawing too many games lately, Germany has only actually won one of their past seven games overall, which is hardly ideal form going into the World Cup.
DFB-Team is not currently regarded as one of the front-runners to win the trophy, but it would be shocking if they failed to go through the group stage of the competition.
Germany has won the World Cup four times, most recently in 2014. Despite only winning one of their three games, however, they were eliminated in the group stage of the 2018 tournament.
Flick, the manager of Germany, will be primarily concerned with avoiding injuries; however, he will also be seeking a successful outcome and performance, and we anticipate that the European nation will triumph easily on Wednesday.