Makos in for Karagounis
Giorgos Karagounis, Greece
He said: "I will give 100 per cent and hope we will win and move to the next round.
"It is significant for us not to be loose in the beginning as we were in the first matches. The start of the match will be most important.
"It is also very significant that many players on our team play or have played in the German league, and this may help us."
Meanwhile, Giannis Maniatis added that those inside the Greek camp are focused purely on sporting matters and are paying little attention to the game's political backdrop.
He said: "Here we are talking about sports. We are talking about football. We just want to bring some joy to the Greeks back home.
"It is not important that we have not beaten them in a long time. Traditions are made to be broken."