Berlin - Germany must again do without winger Marco Reus for
their key Euro 2016 qualifier against Group D leaders Poland on Friday after
the Borussia Dortmund star suffered a toe injury.
As well as the Poland clash in Frankfurt, the 26-year-old
will also miss Monday's qualifier against Scotland in Glasgow as the Dortmund
star's bad luck with Germany continues.
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Reus missed Germany's 2014 World Cup triumph after tearing
an ankle ligament in the final warm-up match in June, just before the team flew
to Brazil and then suffered two more ankle injuries in September and then
November last season.
He has been available for selection for just four of
Germany's last 10 internationals.
Second-placed Germany are looking to avenge their 2-0 defeat
in Warsaw last October in a Euro 2016 qualifier with Poland top of the group by
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