The team that won the World Cup in 2010 plays the team that won in 2014. Spain wants to send Germany home after just two games in Qatar.

Even before the tournament started, this heavyweight matchup was a mouth-watering prospect. However, Germany's shocking loss to Japan has raised the stakes.

In their last game, Spain beat Costa Rica 7-0, which gave the Germans reason to be afraid.

Here are the likely lineups for both teams, based on what we know about them right now.

Hansi Flick's team must win this match at all costs. If Germany lost in the group stage twice in a row, it would be unthinkable what people would say back home.

"It feels like our first World Cup final," Flick told reporters before the Spain game.

 "We'll see a team that knows what's at stake and will do everything they can to make sure we still have a shot at making it to the Round of 16."

Flick's team isn't likely to change much, but Spain's coach, Luis Enrique, is known for making changes all the time.

"In general, I don't repeat 11s," the former coach of Barcelona said. "I'm not worried, but I still have to decide on a few positions.

"That shows how good the people on our team are. I'll wait until our last training and think about it one more night."