Where to Watch
|When Is Kick Off?||Wednesday 9th October|
|What Time Is Kick Off?||9:45 (EAT)|
|Where Is It Played?||Westfalenstadion|
Germany and Argentina meet on Wednesday night in what will be the first meeting between these two sides in five years.
Argentina will be looking to carry on their good recent form, having won four of their last six games.
Die Mannschaft boss Joachim Low is still under pressure following the Germans exit from the 2018 World Cup, despite being top of their European Championship qualification group.
|Germany||Ter Stegen, Klostermann, Ginter, Süle, Halstenberg; Kroos, Kimmich, Gnabry, Reus, Brandt; Werner|
|Argentina||Marchesin, Saravia, Otamendi, Rojo, Tagliafico, Paredes, Pereyra, De Paul, Rodriguez, Acuna, Martinez|
International breaks during 2019-20
FIFA international windows, clubs must release their players at the behest of national teams, with the exception of those who are injured. Over the course of the regular European season (August to May), there are four such periods that this will occur over the coming term.
The first of these stretches from Monday, September 2 through until Tuesday, September 10 and in Europe will be used for Euro 2020 qualifying matches.
A second begins from Monday, October 7 through until Tuesday, October 15, with the final international recess of 2019 taking place from Sunday, November 11 and stretching until Tuesday, November 19.
|International breaks 2019-20|
|September 2||September 10|
|October 7||October 15|
|November 11||November 19|
|March 23||March 31|
|June 1||July 12|
There will only be a single interruption to domestic calendars during the climax of the season and there is one set to take place from Monday, March 23 until Tuesday, March 31.
Nations League play-offs will be taking place during that time to decide the remaining countries that will qualify for Euro 2020. It takes place the week after the last 16 of the Champions League concludes and finishes just a week before the quarter-finals in that same competition begin.
There is an international window scheduled throughout the summer to accommodate teams playing in Euro 2029. It will begin on June 1 and end after the European Championship final on July 12 for teams taking part in the tournament, while it will finish on June 11 for countries who do not.