Germany team manager Oliver Bierhoff doesn't expect too many problems against Kazakhstan...
Joachim Loew's men have won all four of their matches to sit at the top of Group A, and will be confident of brushing aside their opponents who have yet to earn a point in qualifying.
Bierhoff wants Germany to make light work of the European minnows while entertaining the fans in Kaiserslautern, telling FIFA.com: "We are pleased that there is finally another competitive game upon us and of course want to win."
"Our opponents are certainly not the biggest of names and therefore we are, as favourites, counting on three points.
"We want to book our place at Euro 2012 as quickly as possible. We are here with our strongest squad and want to entertain the fans with a good performance."
Germany have outscored their opponents 13-1 in their four qualifying matches to date.