While Low has said he will stop short of making wholesale changes - such as the eight new players he drafted in for the United States tour last summer - he is planning to use the final Group C game against the group runners-up to take a look at several different options he has available.
"It's not going to be eight positions because it's important that we maintain a certain rhythm now, but I think I will test in the next three games - Tuesday and the two in November," he said at a press conference in Stockholm.
"Sweden still need a point to be one of the top four second-placed sides, who are seeded (for the play-offs), and we go into the game wanting to win.
We have won eight out of nine and now we want to win the 10th game so we do have motivation."
One change will be enforced with Sami Khedira missing through injury, perhaps increasing Schweinsteiger's chances of an appearance.
"For me it is important to justify the trust," the Bayern Munich midfielder said of the looming landmark.
The last time these two sides met, Germany blew a 4-0 lead to draw 4-4 as the visitors scored four times in the final half an hour in Berlin - the only points Germany have dropped in the qualifying campaign.
"The last 30 minutes have given us an opportunity to reflect a bit," Schweinsteiger added. "And I believe that we have drawn the right conclusions. We then played a very good qualification campaign."
Hosts Sweden will be without arguably their most lethal weapon, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who is suspended on Tuesday night.
Ibrahimovic netted the late winner on Friday as Sweden came from behind to beat Austria 2-1. Had that result gone the other way - as looked likely at one stage - the picture would be very different going into the final matches.
However, Austria's trip to the Faroe Islands is now a dead rubber, as is the meeting between the Republic of Ireland and Kazakhstan in Dublin.