Garics, Pogatetz, Prodl, Fuchs
Harnik, Junuzovic, Ivanschitz
Lahm, Hummels, Badstuber, Schmelzer
Gotze, Ozil, Reus
Coach Marcel Koller is expected to name a Bundesliga-heavy lineup as Austria gears up for the visit of its near neighbors, in its first World Cup qualifying match.
After making inroads into the first team over the last year, Fortuna Dusseldorf goalkeeper Robert Almer will continue between the posts, with Emanuel Pogatetz and Sebastian Prodl starting at center back after Paul Scharner's bust-up with the Austrian FA led to him being banished from the national team.
Bayern Munich utility man David Alaba is currently recovering from a pre-season foot injury, leaving Veli Kavlak and Julian Baumgartlinger to occupy the midfield, with Martin Harnik, Zlatko Junuzovic and Andreas Ivanschitz playing just behind Marko Arnautovic.
Meanwhile, Joachim Low is expected to revert to his preferred 4-2-3-1 formation after fielding an extra playmaker in a 4-1-4-1 in Friday's 3-0 win over Germany.
Thomas Muller, Mario Gotze, Mesut Ozil and Marco Reus formed a quartet behind lone striker Miroslav Klose, but the Bayern Munich attacker is set to drop out, with Toni Kroos, who missed the Faroes clash with a hip injury, returning to fold alongside Sami Khedira in the deep-lying midfield positions.
In defense, Marcel Schmelzer missed the Hannover fixture with a foot injury, but has been back in training as of Sunday, and should be able to play at left back, with Holger Badstuber moving back to the heart of defense and Per Mertesacker making way.
Elsewhere, the Nationalmannschaft is expected to be unchanged as it looks to make it two wins in as many World Cup qualifying games.