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Featured matches include Switzerland v Liechtenstein, while Germany take on USA. Die Mannschaft are ever evolving, following their World Cup victory, with players such as Marco Reus, Ilkay Gundogan and Mario Gotze rising to prominence, replacing stars such as Sami Khedira and Mario Klose.
Germany coach Joachim Low has defended Gotze after recent criticism from Bayern Munich president Franz Beckenbauer, who told him to “grow up”.
“I don’t understand the partially unobjective discussion and criticism,” Low said. “That’s how it’s like in our business.
“Not long ago Mario was the best Gotze of all time, our World Cup hero – and now everything’s bad. That’s just too easy.
“It’s not fair to measure Mario against his goal in the World Cup final, nobody can live up to those expectations. One thing is clear to me: Mario is an exceptionally-skilled player, a player who can make the difference.”
Meanwhile, in preparation for Copa America, Brazil take on Honduras, before they start the tournament against Peru.
Samba Boys coach, Dunga, admits he has a selection headache, after rotating the side for the match against Mexico and then seeing them record a 2-0 win.
“There was a basis, a foundation, and because of that they were more efficient. We lost Luiz Gustavo, and could not have Neymar so we had an expectation about how the team would play,” he said.
“It was a very fruitful evening, players took their chances and put a number of difficulties in my head. Individuality is important. If you are good individually then you can see the collective.
“Everyone must be ready to play. We have to play with 11, but when you have injuries, suspensions, everyone needs to be able.
“You cannot only look at the ball. If you only see the ball you do not know football. There was this distrust on Tardelli, who went to China… It was important for him to feel secure. Competitiveness is very important to Brazil.”