Germany and France are one step away from the Euro 2016 final. Joachim Low’s side made it to the semifinals following a chaotic shootout win over Italy, while France reached the last four after ending the Iceland fairytale in Paris.
Germany are without suspended defender Mats Hummels and the injured pair of Sami Khedira and Mario Gomez.
Bastian Schweinsteiger hurt his knee against Italy but returned to training on Wednesday and will start against France, coach Joachim Low has said.
France coach Didier Deschamps has to decide whether to continue with Samuel Umtiti in defence or recall Adil Rami, who has completed a one-game ban.
Midfielder N’Golo Kante also returns after serving a suspension.
GERMANY: Manuel Neuer (1); Jonas Hector (3), Benedikt Höwedes (4), Jerome Boateng (18), Joshua Kimmich (23); Toni Kroos (21), Emre Can (14); Mesut Ozil (8), Mario Gotze (19), Julian Draxler (11); Thomas Muller (13)
France: Hugo Lloris (1); Patrice Evra (3), Laurent Koscielny (21), Adil Rami (4), Bacary Sagna (19); Blaise Matuidi (14), Paul Pogba (15), N’Golo Kante (5); Dimitri Payet (8), Antoine Griezmann (7), Olivier Giroud (9)
Prediction: France 1-2 Germany