Germany v Australia Prediction & Betting Tips – 19th June 201718th June 2017 / lee
Germany v Australia Confederations Cup 2017, 19th June
The Germans are one of the frontrunners to land the Confederations Cup title out in Russia this summer. This is their first game in this year’s edition and they get a pretty easy opener here as the take on Australia. However, the Germans aren’t a full strength for this one, having taken a young squad and Australia have had their moments in the tournament before. Can the Socceroos cause an upset? Germany are 2/5 for the win, with the draw at 4/1 and Austria at 8/1.
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Germany v Australia Betting Tips
Germany opens their account in the Confederations Cup on Monday as they take on Australia in Sochi. There is little between these two in terms of history with just the one previous meeting between them in the Confederations Cup and that ended in a thrilling 4-3 win for the Germans back in 2005. Overall the head to head for Germany against Australia is W2 D1 L1. Their most recent coming together was a 2-2 friendly back in 2015. So all four previous meetings have seen at least three goals and over 2.5 goals at bet365 is running at a price of 13/20. It is worth noting that Germany doesn’t have their full strength squad out there. In the anytime goalscorer market, Timo Werner is an 11/10 outright favourite with Sandro Wager and Lar Stindl at even money for Germany. Germany have won their last six competitive games and were up at half time in each of them.
A Germany/Germany half time/full time bet at bet365 is a price of 21/20. The big question really, is do Australia have enough to challenge? The Australians have won just two of their last six games played (D3 L1) and so they aren’t running in particularly great form. They have had their moments before in the tournament as they finished second in 1997 and third in 2001. They haven’t even back to the top four since then though. They will show up with plenty of spirits and both teams to score at bet365 is a price of 10/11. Australia did lose heavily in an international friendly against Brazil just recently, going down 4-0. In the bet365 correct score market a Germany 2-0 result is the shortest priced option for the game at 6/1. Australia aren’t likely going to stay the distance across the 90 minutes.
Who will win – Germany v Australia Predictions
Germany to win: Even though the Germans have sent an under strength squad to the tournament, they should still have enough to open with a victory in this one against the Australians, who aren’t’ running in particularly great form anyway.
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