Not having to qualify for their home tournament means Die Mannschaft are enjoying the chance to experiment in non-competitive fixtures, which started with a 2-0 win at home to Peru last week.
Now under new boss Domenico Tedesco, Belgium secured a vital win away in Sweden in the manager’s debut courtesy of a Romelu Lukaku hat-trick and now face trying to beat the Germans for the first time since 1954.
Date, kick-off time and venue
Germany vs Belgium is scheduled for a 7.45pm BST kick-off time tonight on Tuesday, March 28, 2023.
The match will take place at the RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne.
Where to watch Germany vs Belgium
TV channel: In the UK, the game is being broadcast live on Viaplay Sports. Coverage gets underway at 7.35pm. A subscription costs £14.99 a month, or £11.99 a month if you opt for a 12-month contract.
Live stream: Viaplay Sports subscribers can stream the game live online on the Viaplay website.
Germany vs Belgium team news
Chelsea striker Kai Havertz has been sent home from the German camp after suffering from illness over the weekend, along with Nico Schlotterbeck.
Hansi Flick could hand debuts to Felix Nmecha - who is also eligible for England - and Josha Vagnoman after Brentford newboy Kevin Schade made his bow off the bench against Peru.
Belgium are also likely to experiment as Southampton youngster Romeo Lavia looks to earn his debut. Thibaut Courtois is unavailable due to injury.
Germany vs Belgium prediction
After a promising start as Belgium boss, this is a good chance for Tedesco’s side to really stake their claim ahead of next summer’s Euros with a victory on the hosts’ soil.
Belgium to win, 2-1.
Head to head (h2h) history and results
Germany wins: 20
Belgium wins: 4
Germany vs Belgium match odds
Germany to win: 7/10
Belgium to win: 15/4
Odds via Betfair (subject to change).