Four-time world champions Germany welcome European minnows Liechtenstein to the Volkswagen Arena for their penultimate game in World Cup qualification on Thursday.
Die Mannschaft have already booked their place in Qatar next year, while the visitors – who are rooted to the foot of Group J – have been eliminated.
Germany could be without as many as eight players for Thursday’s game who were originally called up to Flick’s 27-man squad.
The German Football Federation announced on Tuesday morning that five unidentified players have been forced to self-isolate after one of them has tested positive for coronavirus.
It has been reported that Niklas Sule has tested positive, while Musiala, Joshua Kimmich, Serge Gnabry and Karim Adeyemi – who all tested negative but are understood to have been in close contact with the player who returned a positive result – are the other four players who have been ordered to self-isolate.
Florian Wirtz and Nico Schlotterbeck have pulled out of the squad this month with muscle injuries, with Ridle Baku, Maximilian Arnold and Kevin Volland all being called up as a result.
In addition, Havertz will miss Thursday’s clash as he will serve a one-match suspension following an accumulation of yellow cards.
With Timo Werner not selected due to a thigh injury and with Adeyemi now isolating, Wolfsburg forward Lukas Nmecha could be handed his senior debut up front, after receiving his first call up for the national team.
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