France coach Didier Deschamps has shared what he believes are Germany's biggest dangers and what his team needs to deliver on the grass.
The two recent world champions, Germany in 2014 and France in 2018, will battle in the 2020 Euros Group D opener on Tuesday night in Munich, where Deschamps will be expecting a dangerous German attack.
“There is individual quality in each position but the players can play in very different positions, they can be flexible, which is difficult to play against,” Deschamps said via The Score.
“There are players like (Timo) Werner or (Leroy) Sane who have a very different playing style and tomorrow we will see who is playing in attack for Germany.
“Their attackers are important for the German team, and we have to try stop them having an impact on the game and how successful we are depends how we move and are positioned on the pitch.
The former France captain added to stress that his team do not absolutely need to win the game, as there are two more games to go against Hungary and Portugal.
“The reality is that the first match is important but it is not decisive, both teams have two more matches after this,” Deschamps added.
“The quality of our opponent we face tomorrow turns the match into a fantastic encounter. We are two of the best teams in Europe, it is all about who can be clinical and take chances," he concluded.