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Germany welcome France to Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund on Tuesday with Die Mannschaft without a head coach after Hansi Flick's dismissal. The Germans went down 4-1 to Japan in Wolfsburg which brought Flick's time in charge to an end with Euro 2024 on home soil less than one year away -- Rudi Voller, Hannes Wolf and Sandro Wagner will oversee the French clash.
The DFB now seeks a new leader after a disastrous FIFA 2022 world cup which Flick was fortunate to survive. Germany were lucky to only lose 4-1 to the Japanese and their post-Qatar record is concerning with losses to Belgium, Poland and Colombia as well as a draw with Ukraine. In fact, Die Mannschaft have only won four of their last 17 games across any competitions.
Les Bleus are looking good to reach Germany next summer, though, with five wins from five and no goals conceded after last week's victory over Republic of Ireland. Didier Deschamps' men beat the Germans at Euro 2020 which stretched their impressive run in this fixture with 2014 in the World Cup quarterfinals the last time Germany beat France.