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German football has been on a high for the last 12 months or so and now their national team aim to continue the feelgood factor at the 2014 World Cup.
 
The exploits of Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League have raised the profile of the Bundesliga and made German players some of the most sought-after across Europe.
 
Joachim Low’s international side are generally 11/2 to go all the way and lift the trophy in Brazil having been something of a ‘nearly’ team in recent tournaments.
 
Four years ago, they looked fantastic in demolishing England and Argentina in the last 16 and quarter-finals respectively, only to come unstuck in the semis against eventual champions Spain.
 
They went on to finish third, as they had four years earlier, while they occupied the same position at Euro 2012.
 
Germany have been drawn in Group G at the 2014 World Cup and that pool will not be the easiest to escape from because all four teams will be hopeful of qualifying for the knockout phase.
 
The biggest game for coach Low and his players is the first one against Portugal on June 16 in Salvador, which will bring the Bayern Munich contingent of Bastian Schweinsteiger, Philipp Lahm, Manuel Neuer and co up against Cristiano Ronaldo, whose Real Madrid side stripped them of their Champions League title.
 
Next up will be Ghana on June 21 in Fortaleza, the African side sure to be keen to avenge the perceived unfairness of their quarter-final exit to Uruguay four years ago when they were denied a winning goal by a deliberate Luis Suarez goalline handball.
 
Finally, Germany take on the United States on June 26 in Recife and will be hoping their exemplary record of advancing from the initial World Cup group stage continues.
 
A potential concern for German supporters is that their team relies largely on players who have been around for a long time and may be slightly past their best.
 
However, they also have some exciting young stars such as Marco Reus, Mario Gotze and Julian Draxler who provide a nice mixture and balance to the German squad.

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