After naming an unchanged side in back-to-back matches, Joachim Low will certainly have to freshen things up here. Timo Werner, Amin Younes, Florian Neuhaus, Jamal Musiala and Philipp Max will all hope to benefit from any rotation on Wednesday. Kai Havertz has scored or assisted to each game for Germany during the break and will hope to continue in the side after a tough season with Chelsea. Gjoko Zajkov, Ivan Trickovski and Tihomir Kostadinov all pulled out of the squad because of COVID-19 earlier in the break. With three goals in 78 minutes, making him one of the joint top scorers in qualification, Aleksandar Trajkovski will certainly lead the line for the away side here. North Macedonia may revert back to a three-man defence here as opposed to the 4-4-2 formation used against Liechtenstein at the weekend. 37-year-old Goran Pandev is still going for North Macedonia.