Germany resume their 2016 Euro qualifying campaign with a trip to the Boris Paichadze National Stadium to take on Georgia.
After lifting the 2014 World Cup, the Germans seem to have become a little complacent, having managed to record only three victories in their last seven fixtures.
Germany were expected to beat Australia at home in their last friendly fixture, but the Socceroos managed to hold the World Champions in a 2-2 draw.
Although their draw against Australia will bear no consequences, a similar result against Georgia could prove to be very costly as they look to book a place in the 2016 European Championships.
This is because, the Germans are currently second in their 2016 Euro qualifying group D, three points behind leaders Poland and on level points with Scotland and the Republic of Ireland.
After starting their qualifying campaign with a 2-1 win over Scotland, the Mannschaft succumbed to a 2-0 defeat against Poland. After that they were able to record a 1-1 draw against the Republic of Ireland before registering a convincing 4-0 win over Gibraltar.
Now Germany desperately need to record a win over Georgia to keep the pressure on the rest of the teams in their group.
And Germany head coach Joachim Low insists that his side now need to start winning games if they want to book a spot in the 2016 Euros.
"The situation is clear,'' said Low, according to ESPN. "We've dropped too many points in qualifying already and now we need to relight the fire to get three points here."
Low feels that his side are capable of winning this game if they play at their best.
"I'm convinced we're capable of winning this game. With all respect for our opponents, if we play to our best then we're going to take three points.''
Although the Germans' attacking style of play should yield a lot of goals during Sunday's qualifier, Low insists that he will be satisfied even with a 1-0 win.
"For us, the three points are important and not the margin of victory,'' he added. "Teams like Georgia you've got to break down and bring to their knees and it's not always easy."
Meanwhile, Georgia will also be hoping to pick up some points in this game even though their chances of qualifying are pretty bleak.
Apart from their victory against Gibraltar, Georgia have lost all their other qualifying fixtures against the Republic of Ireland, Poland and Scotland.
The Jvarosnebi are certainly not expected to beat World Champions Germany, but they will be hoping to cause some problems to Low's side at the Paichadze Erovnuli Stadium.
Georgia's new head coach Kakhaber Tskhadadze, who was appointed after former boss Temuri Ketsbaia ended his five-year association with the national team following his side's 0-4 defeat to Poland in November, will also be hoping to impress in his first game in charge of the Jvarosnebi.
Georgia: Loria, Amisulashvili, Navalovski, Kashia, Kverkvelia, Kobakhidze, Kankava, Okriashvili, Makharadze, Mchedlidze, Chanturia
Germany: Neuer, Boateng, Hummels, Howedes, Hector, Khedira, Kroos, Schweinsteiger, Muller, Gotze, Reus
Where to Watch Live
The game is scheduled to begin at 8pm local time (9:30pm IST, 5pm BST, 12pm ET) start with live coverage in India on Sony Six SD. The match can also be watched online via live streaming on Sony Six Live.
Viewers in the UK can catch the match live on ITV 4, with an option to live stream on ITV Player. Audience in the US can catch the live action on Fox Sports 2, with an option to live stream on Fox Soccer 2Go.
Middle East and North Africa viewers will be able to watch the match live on Bein Sports Arabia, with the option to live stream the match on Bein Sports Connect.
Audience in Germany can catch the match live on B5 aktuell , while viewers from Georgia can do the same on 1TV.