Germany will be hoping to have qualified for the finals of Euro 2020 by full-time on Saturday, which they can achieve if they beat Belarus and Northern Ireland fail to triumph over the Netherlands elsewhere in Group C.
Joachim Low's side will certainly expect to claim three points at home against Belarus, who have just four points from their six qualifying games, winning only once.
Germany are level on points with the Netherlands at the top of Group C but remain second due to their inferior head-to-head record against the Oranje, meaning that they will need Ronald Koeman's side to slip up if they are to claim top spot.
However, securing qualification is firmly within their grasp, and in the unlikely event that a win over Belarus proves insufficient - or indeed if they stumble and drop unexpected points - victory over nearest challenges Northern Ireland in their final game would still secure their place at the finals of next summer's showpiece event.
Dropping points against Belarus and Northern Ireland seems unlikely given Germany's sparkling record in qualifying so far. They have lost just one game - against the Netherlands by a 4-2 scoreline - and have not conceded to any team other than the Oranje.
Germany have also scored at least two goals in every qualifying encounter thus far and rattled eight past Estonia at home without reply in June.
Belarus have struggled in Euro 2020 qualifying, losing each of their first four games and scoring just once in that run.
However, while four losses, 12 goals conceded and just four goals scored in six games does not make for an inspiring record, Belarus still have a chance to qualify for the finals as their Nations League performance guarantees them a playoff spot.
Germany form: WWWLWW
Belarus form: LLLWDL
Germany head coach Low has a lengthy injury list to contend with and is unable to call on at least 10 players, five of whom started in the win over Estonia last time out.
For Belarus, the list is much shorter, with just three men missing with injuries.
Germany possible starting lineup:
Neuer; Klostermann, Tah, Ginter, Schulz; Kimmich, Gundogan, Kroos; Brandt, Werner, Gnabry
Belarus possible starting lineup:
Gutor; Polyakov, Martynovich, Naumov, Zolotov; Maevski, Yablonski; Nekhaychik, Dragun, Stasevich; Laptev
We say: Germany 3-0 Belarus
Germany have yet to concede against any team other than the Netherlands and, despite the much-changed nature of their defence, they could be set to extend that run and romp to another comfortable home victory.