- The German national football team has to do without Marco Reus in the friendly against Russia.
- National coach Joachim Loew said that you have to wait and see "from day to day" whether the Dortmund can play against the Netherlands again.
- Here are the results in the Nations League.
The national football team has to make do in the international match against Russia on Thursday without Marco Reus. The captain of Borussia Dortmund was not fit for a midfoot bruise and a swollen ankle. "So it makes no sense," said coach Joachim Loew on Wednesday in Leipzig. Reus will probably get on Thursday in running training. Then you have to "see from day to day," said Löw.
A use in the possible relegation ending game in the Nations League against the Netherlands on Monday was open. The 29-year-old Reus had suffered the blaze in the top match of BVB against Bayern on Saturday.
Against Russia again start Werner, Gnabry and Sané
Löw will face captain Manuel Neuer in the goal against Russia from the start. In attack, Timo Werner, Leroy Sané and Serge Gnabry are scheduled to start on Thursday in Leipzig, as they did last time in the 1: 2 draw in France. "The three in front did well and the tendency is for them to start again," Loew said. The goal was also a use of Frankfurt Kevin Trapp as possible, as the Munich Neuer had also paused in the last DFB test match.