Joachim Low approaches Monday's deadline date for his final 23-man squad announcement with one more chance to assess his options against Cameroon this Sunday.
Die Mannschaft were unimpressive in their 0-0 draw against Poland in mid-May, but this weekend's examination gives those fringe candidates a last chance to give their coach reason to select them for this summer's World Cup.
Cameroon will be Germany's penultimate warm-up match before they take on their World Cup opponents in Group A and G, respectively, with all the viewing details and preview of the fixture discussed ahead.
Date: Sunday, June 1
Time: 7:30 p.m. BST/2:30 p.m. ET
TV Info: BT Sport 2 (U.K.), beIN Sports 12/13
Ones to Watch
Germany: Julian Draxler
Having failed to conjure any real magic against Poland in May, Cameroon presents Schalke's Julian Draxler with another opportunity to show Low why he might sneak into the front of his mind this summer.
The attacking midfielder happens to be one of Germany's brightest pupils, but he's unfortunate in that his talents apply to a portion of the pitch that's currently well accounted for, with the likes of Marco Reus, Andre Schurrle, Lukas Podolski and Thomas Muller each likely to be competing for similar placement.
It remains unclear as to whether Kevin Volland will be handed another chance up front this weekend, should Low field a "striker" presence at all, but a lot of Draxler's fortune in finding targets after driving to the by-line could rest on that factor alone.
Cameroon: Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting
Mainz-based Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting sits as one of Cameroon's most technically gifted assets, and the attacker is in better spirits after netting his side's only goal in a 2-1 loss to Paraguay on Thursday.
The winger netted after coming on as a 75th-minute substitute which, as OptaFranz shows, is something of a specialty of his:
Choupo-Moting will be one of those in the Cameroon setup more familiar with Germany's stars than the rest thanks to his Bundesliga headquarters, and that advantage might make his approach to the game a most intriguing aspect to keep an eye on.
Max Meyer vs. Alex Song
Low chose to field a central attacking partnership of Volland and Max Meyer against Poland several weeks ago, and the latter of those two might get another opportunity to fill in as a No. 10 provision as the manager seeks to make the final tweaks to his tactics.
Schalke's playmaker has succeeded in displacing Draxler from the central creative hub at club level, but it's a far weightier task for the 18-year-old to even consider at international standard.
Alex Song, while lacking in first-team involvement at Barcelona this past season, remains one of the Indomitable Lions' most respected team members, well capable of fulfilling his responsibilities as a disruptor of opposition movement and box-to-box duties.
Meyer is something of a wild card to make this summer's World Cup considering it's so evident that a bright future very probably lies ahead, and this could be a make-or-break performance for him as much as any.