Germany say will pull out all the stops against football’s newest nation, Gibraltar, as the sides meet in the Group D Euro qualifier in Nuremberg on Friday night.
The world champions campaign for France 2016 has hit the skids somewhat after losing in Poland and drawing with the Republic of Ireland at home.
People are already talking about a potential record breaker for the Germans against Gibraltar, a country which played its first international in September.
Gibraltar, a British overseas colony, has only just been admitted to UEFA after a 14-year battle for recognition.
In the other group D matches
Scotland take on the Republic of Ireland at Celtic Park in 50,000 sell-out, both teams are off to good start. A match not for the faint hearted.
Georgia play Poland.
In Group F leaders Northern Ireland travel to second placed Romania.
Former winners Greece take on the Faroe Islands and Hungary welcome Finland.
.In group I Portugal are desperate for win in group I as they take on Albania in the Algarve
And group leaders Denmark travel to Belgrade to play Serbia, behind closed doors after Serbia’s match with Albania was abandoned.