Germany coach Joachim Low believes Scotland’s defeat to Georgia actually makes them more dangerous.
The Scots are still reeling from their disappointing loss to the Georgians on Friday, putting a significant dent in their quest to reach Euro 2016.
They now come up against the world champions who are starting to shift through the gears as they moved top of Group D after an impressive 3-1 win over Poland.
However, ahead of their clash against Scotland, Low says they need to beware of the wounded Scots.
“I don’t think that Scotland losing to Georgia will be any advantage to us,” he said.
“I know they will be dead disappointed with that result but if anything it will make them more dangerous.
“I think they will quickly put the Georgia defeat aside and they will want to reboot their team.
“Whenever they are up against elite teams they really get into their own with their fighting spirit and their passion.
“They will give everything from the first minute to the final whistle to leave the pitch knowing they’ve done everything they can to try to get to Euro 2016.”