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The latest Germany v Cameroon friendly news from Borussia Park, Mönchengladbach.
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Germany will take on fellow world cup participants Cameroon later today at the home of Borussia Monchengladbach.
Joachim Low’s side have lost just one of their last 19 Internationals and will head to Brazil as one of the pre-tournament favourites.
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The German’s have been paired with Ghana, the USA (the only team to beat since September 2012) and Portugal.
The game against Cameroon, their penultimate game on home soil before they fly out, will help the team in their preparation for the clash with Ghana.
The versatile Bayern Munich star has been struggling with an ankle injury but he has begun individual training ahead of the FIFA World Cup and while he won’t feature against the African side he is on course for the group games.
Lahm’s Bayern team-mate Bastian Schweinsteiger is also nearing full-fitness while goalkeeper Manuel Neuer (shoulder) is also likely to miss out.
Germany drew 0-0 with Poland last time out as they handed out 12 debuts and field a team with an average age of 21.5 years. While Low is expected to name a side closer to his starting 11, there will still be an opportunity for those on the cusp of the team to stake a claim.
Per Mertesacker, Mesut Ozil, Lukas Podolski, Andre Schurrle and Miroslav Klose should all feature while Julian Draxler, Germany’s youngest ever captain against Poland, should also play.
Cameroon meanwhile lost 2-1 to Paraguay on Thursday with Mohammadou Idrissou missing a late penalty. The African side also lost 5-1 to Portugal in March but the defeat to a side that won’t be in Brazil will serve as a real wake up call for a side that has only gotten out of the group stage once in seven attempts.
Volker Finke is likely to make some changes to his side for the clash with the Germans with Alex Song, a substitute against the South Americans set to start. Mainz striker Jean-Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, born in Hamburg, is also likely to start after his goal scoring appearance against Paraguay.