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GELSENKIRCHEN - Germany take on Ivory Coast tomorrow in an international friendly that will be played in a sombre mood after the death last week of goalkeeper Robert Enke.
Black armbands will be worn and a minute's silence held for Enke before a match in Gelsenkirchen that under normal circumstances would have been a key test for Germany ahead of the World Cup next year.
However, German football has been deeply affected by the death of Enke, who took his life last Tuesday, and it will be difficult for the squad to return to normality.
After attending a memorial service on Sunday, the players resumed training yesterday ahead of coach Joachim Loew's penultimate opportunity to test players before he names his squad next year for the World Cup finals.
Saturday's friendly against Chile was cancelled as a result of Enke's death.
Captain Michael Ballack was absent from yesterday's training session to recover from a slight knock but his fitness is not thought to be in doubt.
Team manager Oliver Bierhoff said the players had been deeply affected by Enke's death but would be trying to play the match in "a positive spirit" because that is what Enke would have wanted.
"We will try, together with the fans, to put the game to the fore for the 90 minutes," he said.
Loew has decided to do without Bayern Munich striker Miroslav Klose, who was quarantined after his sons came down with swine flu.
Like Germany, Ivory Coast finished their World Cup qualifying campaign without losing a game and are expected to make a strong impression at next year's tournament. Captain Didier Drogba hopes to have recovered from a chest injury to do battle with his Chelsea teammate Ballack.
The 31-year-old striker believes the Elephants - coached by Bosnian Vahid Halilhodzic and with several players at leading European clubs - can go all the way in South Africa. - Sapa-DPA