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Ireland will take on world champions Germany in Gelsenkirchen on Tuesday, as they'll look to exploit the potential weaknesses that were revealed about Die Mannschaft in their 2-0 loss to Poland.

The hosts should (rightfully) be big favourites going into the match, but while one poor match isn't enough to start doubting the world champions, Poland made it very clear this team isn't as strong as the one that marched through the 2014 World Cup just months ago.

 
 
 
 
Joachim Low will want his squad to make a statement at home, while Roy Keane has already expressed confidence in his team, who have yet to drop a single point in qualifiers. No matter what, Tuesday's meeting should make for a great match.

To say Germany were shocked when they left the pitch against Poland would be an understatement. Die Mannschaft had dozens of good chances and hardly gave up any shots on goal, but after 90 minutes, the Poles had notched a 2-0 win.

The hosts defended extremely well with 10 men (Kamil Glik deserves special mention) and did a superb job of not biting on the many cuts inside from the German wingers. Instead, they attacked the spaces, trusting their goalkeeper to deal with the many shots from outside the box.

Ireland defend with the same intensity, and Jan Aage Fjortoft believes it's the last team Germany will probably want to face right now.

Ireland may not have a striker like Robert Lewandowski in the squad, but they have the speed out wide to trouble Germany's host of inexperienced full-backs. The hosts love to defend with a high line, something both Poland and Scotland have taken advantage of during qualifiers.

The counter-attack can be a powerful weapon for Ireland, and Keane knows it. As shared by Purely Football, he even believes his team can win:

That said, Germany's loss against Poland looked more like a fluke than some kind of monumental shift. Thomas Muller and Karim Bellarabi missed a multitude of chances—that simply doesn't happen very often.

Ireland can get a result from the Veltins-Arena, but they'll have to be perfect to get past Germany who still field the best team in the world. After such a disappointing loss, expect the hosts to be keen on proving they're still the team to beat.

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Robbie Keane and Ireland will be out to hand Germany a second straight qualification defeat.

Germany will be looking to bounce back after they suffered their first lost in 33 qualifiers over the weekend against Poland. In their way is Ireland, who are full of confidence after their destruction of Gibraltar on Saturday. Ireland current sit second in Group D, three points clear of the Germans and holding a healthy goal differential advantage.

The defending World Cup champions struggled against Poland on Saturday, falling 2-0 after giving up a paid of second half goals. Joachim Low will be looking for a response from his players, but their midfield could be thin with several players out injured.

Christoph Kramer is sidelined with an illness, joining the likes of Mesut Özil, Marco Reus and Bastian Schweinsteiger, who are all dealing with long-term injuries. Karim Bellarabi is expected to get his first national team start after making his debut against Poland.

Three Irish players -- Wes Hoolahan, Jeff Hendrick and James McClean -- are all doubtful for Tuesday's match

It's pretty easy to see how important Keane is to Ireland's success. The LA Galaxy striker is one of the more dangerous strikers in the game when he's on form, and based on recent performances, there's no doubt that he is. Keane scored a hat-trick in just 18 minutes against Gibraltar on Saturday, helping to spur the Irish on to a 7-0 win. While he's not likely to get the ridiculous amount of space against the Germans, he's still the key man in the Irish attack and Germany will likely be focused on him.

Key question - Can Germany bounce back after their loss to Poland?

The Germans remain the favorites to win Group D but thanks o their defeat against Poland, the rest of the teams contending with them suddenly can smell blood in the water. No matter what happens against Ireland, it won't determine either team's fate, but a second straight German loss would certainly lead to a lot of questions, most likely centering on some form of World Cup hangover.