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Unbeaten Ireland will be out to add to Germany’s woes when they travel to the Veltins-Arena, home of Schalke, in Gelsenkirchen later this evening.
While Ireland have beaten Georgia and Gibraltar to move second in the group, behind Poland on goal-difference, the Germans have failed to show the form that saw them lift the Jules Rimet, struggling to overcome a stubborn Scotland side before succumbing to a determined Polish side.
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The defeat to Poland was Germany’s first in Warsaw and Joachim Lowe’s side will be determined to undo the wrongs of Saturday’s clash in front of an expectant home crowd.
While Germany lost for the first time in 19 competitive games in Poland, Ireland made it threes win out of three for the first time under O’Neill.
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Leaving Irish manager Martin O’Neill in no doubt that his side is up for the challenge.
“We’re not good enough to get carried away but we’ve won this game [Gibraltar], scored some goals and we could have got one or two more,” he said.
“What I really wanted was to go [to Germany] with six points and we are. The players will feel pretty good right now.
“I think if you go there and sit in for the whole night then Germany will find a way in behind you. We have some attacking options and I think it’s important that we go there and try to cause them problems.”
While Ireland will be full of confidence, Low will be key to get back to winning ways insisting that his side will be ready for Ireland’s tactics.
“I’ve had a slight feeling this week that things haven’t been coming as naturally to us. Our attitude and our focus was fine but the young players need to gain experience,” he told the DFB’s official website.
“We’ve now lost a qualifier again after 33 games unbeaten; that can happen sometimes. We will try and learn from it. I don’t see any major problems in our qualifying campaign.
“However, we know that we will have to put everything into it. We’ve lost this game, but the ball keeps on rolling on Tuesday.
“Ireland’s tactics will be similar. They’re a side that predominantly defend and play on the counter. We will talk about our finishing and how we can convert chances like we had.”