Joachim Low will welcome back many of his big guns for Thursday's match in Leipzig after resting a number of players during the heavy defeat to Switzerland last weekend
Boateng, Hummels, Badstuber, Lahm
Reus, Ozil, Podolski
Spungin, Ben Haim, Gershon, Scheimann
Melikson, Benayoun, Refaelov
Germany are expected to make several changes for the friendly encounter with Israel at the Red Bull Arena as they finalise their preparations for Euro 2012.
Bayern Munich stars Manuel Neuer, Philipp Lahm, Jerome Boateng, Holger Badstuber will all start, having been left out of the squad for Saturday's 5-3 loss to Switzerland.
Toni Kroos, Thomas Muller and Mario Gomez are likely to feature in some capacity, but the same may not be said for Bastian Schweinsteiger, who is carrying a calf problem.
Israel, who lost 2-1 to a second-string Czech Republic side last weekend, could welcome midfielder Lior Refaelov back to the starting XI. Kaiserslautern striker Itay Shechter is also set to continue in his lone striking role.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Germany have lost their last two matches - their worst run of results since suffering successive defeats to England and Norway in late-2008/early-2009.
- Die Mannschaft beat Israel 7-1 when the two sides last met in February 2002.
- Germany have never lost a game in which Miroslav Klose (pictured right) has scored.
- Israel's defeat to the Czech Republic was their fifth loss in their last six matches.
- Eli Guttman's side failed to qualify for Euro 2012 as they finished third in their qualifying group behind Greece and Croatia.
- Yossi Benayoun has 87 international caps to his name - only seven short of Arik Benado's all-time appearance record for Israel.