Germany holding midfielder Sami Khedira is doubtful for their 2014 World Cup qualifier at home to Sweden on Tuesday after picking up a muscle injury, coach Joachim Low said.
"We have just one problem at the moment, the question of Sami Khedira," Loew told reporters on Monday. "We do not know 100 percent whether Sami will be fit to play as he was treated today and will continue this evening."
The Real Madrid player was injured in Germany's 6-1 win against Ireland in Dublin on Friday.
Germany top Group C with nine points from three games with Sweden in second place on six.
Loew will have captain Philipp Lahm back in the squad after serving his one-match suspension.
"Defensively we did it very well [in Dublin]. But obviously Philipp Lahm will return to the team after the end of his suspension."
Lahm is expected to start as right-back in the place of Bayern Munich team-mate Jerome Boateng with Marcel Schmelzer, who was sharply criticised by Low before the Ireland game, retaining his spot as left-back.
"My choice of words was very, very unfortunate," said Low of his comments regarding Schmelzer last week, when he said the Borussia Dortmund defender had played badly against Austria in September but there were no other choices in his position.
"That was not meant to come out that way. The choice of words was out of order. I have discussed it with him," said Low, who had already made amends by praising the player after the win in Dublin where Schmelzer set up Germany's first goal.
Brazil forward voices his support for protesters who have taken to the streets of Brazil
Tahiti coach says it would be "quite impossible" for his team to beat world champions Spain
Neymar puts in best performance for his country in 2-0 win over Mexico in Confederations Cup
Substitute Sebastian Giovinco taps in late goal to secure Italy thrilling 4-3 win over Japan
Who would you rather have playing for your club?
12 months out, the stars look to the World Cup
Your questions answered by an A to Z of legends
75% of all TV is Bale
On the road to ruin
Adidas Nitrocharge for you
FourFourTwo is brought to you by Haymarket Consumer Media & FourFourTwo is part of Haymarket Sport
| International Licensing | © Haymarket Media Group 2010