New Delhi: Germany take on Italy in the most-anticipated game of the tournament.
Germany have all their players fit and no suspensions.
Centre-back Jerome Boateng has recovered from a calf strain which made him doubtful for the 3-0 win over Slovakia in the last 16.
The burly Bayern Munich defender scored his first international goal against Slovakia.
After three Euro 2016 appearances off the bench, Die Mannschaft`s leader Schweinsteiger is poised to make his first start after a knee injury.
Germany`s shot-stopper Manuel Neuer is on a record run of five games unbeaten, a first in the 108-year history of the German FA, which includes the 2-0 warm-up win over Hungary.
Italy have Thiago Motta suspended and are waiting on the fitness of two other midfielders.
Italy`s De Rossi is almost certain to miss out after injuring his right thigh in the win over Spain.
Likewise, Lazio winger Antonio Candreva is doubtful after suffering a hamstring injury in their 1-0 group stage win over Sweden nearly two weeks ago.
Neither took part in Thursday`s Italy training session behind closed doors.
Here are two players fans need to keep an eye on:
Julian Draxler: The winger has already taken massive stride's in his career. The 22-year-old was in top for against Slovakia, scoring one and setting up another goal. Going in to this match, the Wolfsburg man will be full of confidence. His creativity and link up play with Mario Gomez will be key for the world champions against an Italian side that defends extremely well.
Emanuele Giaccherini: The dimunitive Italian has been one of the best performers at this tournament. He has carried his consistency with Bologna to the Euros. Giaccherini will be up against Mats Hummels and Jerome Boateng who need to track him very closely. He showed against Belgium that he can race ahead of his markers and find the back of the net.
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