Nerhig, Kleine, Marvaj, Schmidtgal
Sararer, Furstner, Tyrala, Mikkelsen
Lahm, Boateng, Badstuber, Can
Robben, Muller, Shaqiri
Greuther Furth got its season under way in disastrous fashion last week, crashing to a 2-0 defeat to third-tier Kickers Offenbach in the DFB-Pokal with two men being sent off. Coach Mike Buskens is set to make one change as he prepares for the visit of the Bundesliga's most successful club.
Edgar Prib was one of the players to receive his marching orders in the Sparda Bank Hessen Stadion, and could be replaced by Heinrich Schmidtgal on the left-hand side of a four-man defense. The other change could see former Kaiserslautern midfielder Athanasios Petsos step in for Sebastian Tyrala to make his Bundesliga debut for his new side.
Midfielder Robert Zillner is set to miss out with a knee problem, as is defender Kevin Kraus, while striker Frank Ohandza is a long-term absentee with a broken leg. Gerald Asamoah and Christopher Nothe will lead the line, with Sercan Sararer, who turned down a move to Turkey this summer, slotting in on the right of midfield.
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich is still without a number of players as it gets its league campaign started. Fullbacks Rafinha (ankle), David Alaba (foot) and Diego Contento (foot) remain sidelined, meaning that young midfielder Emre Can will continue as a makeshift left back alongside more experienced defenders Philipp Lahm, Jerome Boateng and Holger Badstuber.
In midfield, Bastian Schweinsteiger is still struggling for fitness after sustaining a preseason ankle injury, and is likely to continue on the bench, with Toni Kroos filling his berth next to Luiz Gustavo in front of the defense. Of the usual triumvirate behind the striker, Franck Ribery has been taken sick during the week, meaning that Xherdan Shaqiri may start on the left wing.
Mario Mandzukic will continue up front after scoring three goals in his first two games since joining the club from Wolfsburg this summer as Mario Gomez continues his recovery from ankle surgery.