Germany head into World Cup 2014 with key players suffering injuries or slumps in form. Who will Joachim LAi??w ultimately choose for his WC squad?

 
This June, the world will witness one of the grandest sporting events ever, the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. All eyes will be on the 32 competing nations gunning for glory, to fulfill arguably the biggest sporting achievement: to lift the beautiful World Cup trophy. Masses will gather in city squares and sports bars around the world cheering on and supporting their nations passionately, urging their teams forward. People will line up outside the stadiums to get an entry to witness their 11 chosen countrymen fighting it out proudly for their nationai??i??s glory.

Amongst all this fervor and passion, itai??i??s those 23 mere mortals chosen by their people who will strive for glory and try to become immortal. So, letai??i??s get down to business and predict who will be the chosen few assigned with the task to give Germany their fourth World Cup success after an 18-year trophy drought.Ai??Itai??i??s just over a month before the World Cup in Brazil commences. The managers have until 13th May to submit their preliminary squad of 30 which needs to be trimmed to 23 players before the World Cup. Joachim LAi??w released his preliminary squad on May 8th.

LAi??w has an incredibly tough job at hand. Injuries and a slump in form have hit his key players at the worst possible time. Germany has had probably the most number of key players on the physioai??i??s table than any other team in the past 6 months. The likes of GA?ndogan, HAi??wedes and Mario Gomez have hardly featured in their respective clubsai??i?? matches all season. Also, the likes of Khedira, Ai??zil, Schweinsteiger, and Schmelzer are just returning from various injuries and are likely to struggle for match practice. Add to that the fact that the German stars have endured uncharacteristically mediocre seasons for their clubs. LAi??w had said back in March that he only wanted the fittest players in his WC squad, what with the sapping weather and long distance travelling only adding to the playersai??i?? fatigue. LAi??w, despite being optimistic, has warned the German public that they are not the only ones going for the kill.

ai???We have our chances to win the title but other teams have equally big chances but this is something no one wants to hear at the moment,ai??? he added.Ai??ai???As a coach you are always with your back to the wall. If you win then you are celebrated like a Messiah for the whole people but when you lose a game then you are public enemy number one.ai???

So who will make the cut and be on the team bus to Brazil?

The Goalkeepers

Germany has a tradition of producing great goalkeepers and this generation too has produced a gem. Manuel Neuer is arguably the best goalkeeper in the world at the moment. It is no surprise then, that the 28-year-old will definitely be starting the games for Die Mannschaft in their Brazilian odyssey. He is in the prime of his career and has been their No.1 since the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

The second choice goalkeeper is definitely in Roman Weidenfellerai??i??s grasp. In the last international against Chile, Borussia Dortmund’s Weidenfeller was called up for the first time in his career. The 33-year-old veteran has been a rock for BVB in the last two seasons. He was BVBai??i??s man of the match in the UCL final against bitter rivals Bayern Munich, and in all possibilities will be his countryai??i??s best back up goalkeeper at the moment.

The reserve goalkeeper spot is a keenly contested one in the German set up. Although the third choice goalkeeper is unlikely to see any play time, there still are quite a few good names at LAi??wai??i??s disposal: Adler, Ter Stegen, Zieler, et. al. But after Hamburgai??i??s horrendous defensive record this season, it was tough to imagine Adler getting the nod. It was between Ter Stegen and Zieler, and the gaffer looks to have gone the latterai??i??s way.

Confirmed GKai??i??s: Manuel Neuer, Roman Weidenfeller, Ron-Robert Zieler.

The Defenders

This is an area of the pitch which leaves little leg room for Joachim LAi??w to work with. Germany, unfortunately, lacks world class talent in this departmentAi??except for captain Phillip Lahm. One completely expects Lahm to lock down a place at right back. He has been the best right back in the world for the past two, three seasons and has a century of Germany caps already. Steady and dependable, he is indispensable to the German team and will be the first name on the team sheet.

Who plays second fiddle to him is something debatable. Whenever Lahm has been used on the left of defence rather than the right, Jerome Boateng has deputized as the right back. He is athletic and can play the occasional long ball. However his lack of concentration and propensity to commit silly tackles may work against him. Having said that, he has played before in this position and may well be the first choice centre back. So he surely is on the flight to Brazil; where he will start is, again, something which the gaffer needs to look at.

Another option which may be utilized as back up right back is BVBai??i??s Kevin Grosskreutz. A naturally attacking player, he has been playing at the back almost the whole season at the Westfaldenstadion owing to the injury to Lukas Piszczek. Although he struggled early on, his recent performances at right back have been encouraging. The biggest factor which will work in his favour is that he is a tireless runner and will fight hard for every ball, something which will be of great importance in the hot and humid weather.

Mats Hummels has had a rather curious career. He was heralded as one of the best centre backs in the world two years back but has since enjoyed two rather underwhelming seasons at Dortmund. Hummels also struggled early on this season with lack of form and injuries, failing to get into LAi??wai??i??s first XI for friendlies, but has since enjoyed some encouraging support from his club manager. His performances have dramatically improved in the past few months and he is getting back to the level he was once at. Irrespective of whether he makes the playing XI or not, he is definitely in the 23-man squad for Brazil. Letai??i??s not forget he has great ability on the ball, something which the other German defenders seem to lack.

Per Mertesacker is another player who is almost certain of locking down a place in LAi??wai??i??s side. He has been the rock at the centre of defence for the last few years and one fully expects him to start in Brazil. What he lacks in pace, he makes up for it with his excellent reading of the game and unquestionable aerial ability. He is experienced (96 caps) and is a calming influence on the pitch. He has enjoyed two good seasons at Arsenal, forming a good partnership with Laurent Koscielny. He needs to replicate the same sort of form for his country and form a strong partnership with either Hummels or Boateng, or it may just prove to be Germanyai??i??s Achillesai??i?? heel.

Ideally, Germany would want another back-up centre back. But at the moment one is hard pressed to see who might possibly fit in. HAi??wedes is a reliable option, but he is racing against time to board the flight to Brazil. His match fitness and preparation may be of concern. Shkodran Mustafi is another name which springs up, but his lack of experience at the highest level works against him. If the manager wants to go for youth, he may just choose young Freiburg defender Matthias Ginter. In the recent friendly against Chile, he earned his first cap and versatility is his strength as he can play in the midfield or defence. However, one has to believe that the manager may just go for HAi??wedes as he is the more experienced option and can play as emergency right back. It all depends on whether he is fit in time.

And Germanyai??i??s injury woes just don’t let up. Marcel Schmelzer, the first choice left back, has only just returned from an injury. Again, no world class talent is available at Germanyai??i??s disposal in this position unless you play Lahm on the left side, which may just be what LAi??w will be forced to do if Schmelzer does not regain match fitness in time. Erik Durm is another name thrown into the pot, but he has been a defender just for one season and one will be really surprised if he does make the cut. He may be full of promise but it seems unlikely that LAi??w will risk it. Germany may well have to turn to the experienced Marcell Jansen as cover for Schmelzer, irrespective of his record at Hamburg.

All in all, the defence does look like Germanyai??i??s weakest link and something which will need some hard thinking by the Bundestrainer. LAi??w has very few fit defenders and may just have to settle with what he has available.

Provisional Squad Defenders: Jerome Boateng, Erik Durm, Kevin Grosskreutz, Benedikt Howedes, Mats Hummels, Marcell Jansen, Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Shkodran Mustafi, Marcel Schmelzer, Matthias Ginter

Predicted Defenders: Jerome Boateng, Kevin Grosskreutz, Mats Hummels, Marcell Jansen, Philipp Lahm, Per Mertesacker, Marcel Schmelzer, Benedikt HAi??wedes/Matthias Ginter

The Midfielders

Midfield: the area of the pitch which makes Germany one of the favourites to go on and win the World Cup. If defence is an area where Germany has a problem of short supply, the German midfield has a problem of abundance. This is arguably Germanyai??i??s golden generation of midfielders. Talent runs rich in this department for Germany, and there are few midfields in the world that can boast of such pedigreed players in the centre of the pitch.

Yet, the bug of injuries has crept in here as well. GA?ndogan is the most notable absentee from the provisional squad. As mentioned before, Khedira and Schweinsteiger are only recently fit. It will be interesting to see whether LAi??w gives the youngsters the huge responsibility of representing the country at the grandest stage of them all.

In all likeliness, Schweinsteiger, irrespective of his match time will still make the cut. He is the German vice-captain and has been one of the best ai??i?? if not the best ai??i?? central midfielders of the past few seasons. However, the most interesting inclusion of them all is that of Sami Khedira. Arguably Germanyai??i??s player of the tournament at Euro 2012, he had been sidelined due to injury since November and has only just started training. He will have had one and a half months of on the ball training come the World Cup and might just make the cut. However, how much of a role he will enjoy in the team will depend on his performances against Poland, Cameroon and Armenia in the pre-World Cup friendlies.

There is room for only one of the Bender twins in the provisional squad: Lars, and he will face tough competition from Bayern Munichai??i??s Toni Kroos, who has been very impressive in his last two seasons at the Allianz arena. It must be said that Kroos may well have a very good chance of being included in the starting XI, if LAi??w chooses to go with the central partnership that has served Bayern so well these past two seasons. Even so, just as a backup, one should expect both these players to make the cut for Brazil. Itai??i??s who actually starts that is worth watching.

Up ahead, Ai??zil, GAi??tze, MA?ller and Reus are very likely to get the nod ahead of the likes of Goretzka and Meyer. Although Ai??zil, Gotze and MA?ller have had labored campaigns with their clubs, they form an integral part of Joachim LAi??wai??i??s side. They are world class players who know they need to step their game up a few notches come June. Joachim LAi??w has made it clear that nobody should take their place in the team for granted. Having said that, it would be foolhardy of him to ignore such players who could possibly make a big difference to Die Mannschaftai??i??s fortunes at the World Cup. In all likelihood, these four (with perhaps Kroos supplementing them on occasion) will provide Germany with the much-needed flair, creativity and perhaps even important goals.

One player who has almost certainly booked his place in the lineup is Marco Reus. He has enjoyed a watershed year this season at Dortmund. He has been their standout player all season and has been involved in 41 goals in 46 matches. The record speaks for itself. Reus deserves to be in the playing eleven. He can run with the ball all day and also has the knack of scoring goals in big games. His abilities will have to be put to use very appropriately if Germany are to win the World Cup.

Mario GAi??tze and Thomas MA?ller have had an underwhelming season at Bayern Munich, but again, they are so key to the way Germany play their football. They provide Germany with great versatility at the top end of the pitch as they can play as false number 9ai??i??s. Germany do not have a world class striker available and their services may prove to be very crucial in their teamai??i??s success in the tournament.

Ai??zil is the brain of this German side. He is the architect of most of their attacking moves. He is another player who, despite having not had a great club season, is someone LAi??w puts his trust in and has on most occasions repaid that trust. He was Germanyai??i??s best player at the Euro 12 and their top scorer in the qualifying phase. He is very difficult to keep quiet when on song. Die Mannschaft will be banking on him for his goals and assists. For that very reason, he is essential in the German jigsaw puzzle.

Leon Goretzka has enjoyed a break-out year at Schalke. However, itai??i??s just the case that there are better players in his position at the moment and hence he is likely to miss out in the final cut.

There is place for just one more midfielder/attacker in the lineup and it has to be a toss up between Andre Hahn of Borussia MAi??nchengladbach, Julian Draxler of Schalke, and Andre SchA?rrle of Chelsea. The latter two are the more established names of the three. However, they have been very lacklustre this season, while the former has enjoyed a very successful campaign with the Die Fohlen being involved in 22 goals in 31 matches this season.Ai??If LAi??w is true to his word, then we may just see Andre Hahn getting the nod ahead of Julian Draxler and Andre SchA?rrle to become the surprise inclusion in this squad. One does get a feeling though that the Bundestrainer will stick with the tried and tested Andre SchA?rrle who recently scored a hat-trick in the qualifying match against Sweden. Perhaps he may go for both the Andreai??i??s; if it were up to this writer though, heai??i??d pick Andre Hahn.

Provisional Squad Midfielders: Lars Bender, Julian Draxler, Leon Goretzka, Mario Gotze, Andre Hahn, Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos, Max Meyer, Mesut Ai??zil, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Andre SchA?rrle, Thomas MA?ller

Predicted Midfielders: Lars Bender, Mario Gotze, Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos, Mesut Ai??zil, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Andre SchA?rrle/Andre Hahn, Thomas MA?ller

The Attackers

Injuries just wonai??i??t leave Germany alone. Joachim LAi??w has slim pickings in this department. The veteran Miroslav Klose will turn 36 five days prior to the World Cup, and he may well hang up his boots after the tournament. He will be keen to have his last hurrah at the world stage. Irrespective of his club form, Klose has a stellar goal-scoring record at the international level and he is definitely boarding the plane to Brazil. However, this writer does not think he will be involved in a very big role in the playing XI. 36 is a ripe age for a footballer and your legs donai??i??t really have the will to do what your brain orders. It is very likely the Ai??that the veteran striker will be used as an impact sub off the bench whenever such a need occurs.

For some reason, Stefan Keissling remains ignored by the Bundestrainer, and LAi??w has instead gone on to select Ai??the young 15-goal Hoffeinheim striker Kevin Volland. Volland has been very impressive this season and has shone bright as one of the Bundesligaai??i??s young prodigies.

In the absence of Mario Gomez, Lukas Podolski will assume the role of lead striker in the German squad. The player has already over 100 appearances for the country and has an unquestionable goal scoring record. Add to that the experience he brings to the lineup and it is very likely that the Young Player of the Tournament from 2006 finds himself leading the line in Brazil.

Of course there is an altogether new theory of playing the false 9ai??i??s instead of traditional out and out strikers. Given LAi??wai??i??s slim options in the department, it is highly likely that he plays a false 9. If that is the case, then he does have a wider pool to select from including MA?ller, GAi??tze, SchA?rrle and Podolski. In all likelihood we may see Germany deploying this tactic in Brazil.

Confirmed Attackers: Miroslav Klose, Kevin Volland, Lukas Podolski.

So hereai??i??s the overall 23-man squad which may well deliver the goods for Germany:

Manuel Neuer, Roman Weidenfeller, Ron-Robert Zieler, Jerome Boateng, Kevin Grosskreutz, Mats Hummels, Marcell Jansen, Philipp Lahm (c), Per Mertesacker, Marcel Schmelzer, Benedikt HAi??wedes/Matthias Ginter, Lars Bender, Mario GAi??tze, Sami Khedira, Toni Kroos, Mesut Ai??zil, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Andre SchA?rrle/Andre Hahn, Thomas MA?ller, Miroslav Klose, Kevin Volland, Lukas Podolski.

Who do you think will make the cut? Feel free to have your say in the comments below.

Written by guest author Anuj Chiplunkar

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