The coach of Die Mannschaft has insisted that he sees no reason why the mercurial duo cannot operate in the same set-up, whilst announcing the team that will face Austria
In the press conference prior to their Euro 2012 qualifier on Friday against Austria, the tactician covered a lot of ground and gave reporters a glimpse of his personnel plans for the near future, with the topic of the attacking pair coming under the spotlight.
"For the national team, [Mario] Gotze is a player who will operate in the centre," confirmed Low to the media. "I think the two [Gotze and Ozil] can play well together, and I know at any time that I can bring on Gotze if need be."
Low then announced a large portion of his starting line-up for their upcoming Group A clash, and sprang few surprises with his selection.
"[Benedikt] Howedes will play on the right, even if [Christian] Trasch did well against Brazil. [Bastian] Schweinsteiger, [Mesut] Ozil, [Toni] Kroos and [Thomas] Muller will all start."
Low in particular singled out Kroos for praise, citing the Bayern Munich man's versatility and applicability in his tactical set-up.
"I've seen him develop well in the national team," the coach said. "He is a player who can operate well in the space between defence and midfield, and is also a goal threat going forward."
The coach then gave his two-cents worth on the competition brewing between wing rivals Lukas Podolski and Andre Schurrle, but he seemed to side with the Leverkusen star in a cryptic manner.
"I must now speak again with Lukas. Andre has convinced me more and more. Lukas has done incredibly well for the national team, but I do not like how his performances vary."
Germany will secure qualification for next year's European Championship if they pick up three points against their European neighbours on Friday.