Joachim Loew
Germany's national soccer coach Joachim Loew attends a training session at Turk Telekom Arena in Istanbul. REUTERS

Sunday, 7 October

Turkey v Germany

Turk Telekom Arena, Istanbul

Kick-off: 2030 CET

Where to watch: In the UK, live streaming is available on Bet365.

Preview: Oliver Bierhoff has promised Germany will not field a weakened side in their Euro 2012 qualifier against Turkey Friday.

Joachim Loew's side have a 100 per cent record in Group A, winning eight out of eight qualifying matches and scoring 28 goals in the process.

Mesut Ozil and Miroslav Klose will both face late fitness tests but Mario Gomez has been declared fit for the trip to Istanbul.

Borussia Dortmund wunderkind Mario Goetze could deputize for the injured Otzil but Bierhoff insists Germany will not field a second-string side, partly in respect to the other teams in the group, including turkey, who can still secure a play-off place.

"Off course we have already qualified, but we want to end qualifying well with an unbeaten record and 10 wins from 10, if possible," he told

"And above all, it is about sporting fairness. Both Turkey and Belgium still have the chance to finish second in the group.

"Therefore, we want to call on our very best performance and end what has been a very good year 2011 well."