Joachim Low will have to delve into his Germany squad after star goalkeeper Manuel Neuer was ruled out with injury.
Playing the full 90 minutes against England on Saturday, the Bayern Munich shot-stopper will miss out on his 65th Die Mannschaft cap at his home stadium due to a stomach problem.
As confirmed by the official German national team website, boss Low will be forced into deciding between his three back-up goalkeepers, who have only four caps between them.
Paris Saint-Germain keeper Kevin Trapp and Bernd Leno, of Bayer Leverkusen, are both yet to make their Germany debut, and will face competition from Marc-Andre Ter Stegen.
Indeed, 25-year-old Trapp is the oldest of the trio, but is likely to miss out on making his senior team bow to Barcelona man Ter Stegen as Germany assess their options ahead of Euro 2016.