Germany v England Prediction & Betting Tips – 22nd March 201719th March 2017 / lee
Germany v England International Friendly, 22nd March
A repeat of last year’s friendly between these two old rivals is back on the cards as the international break warms up. In March last year, England rolled out a 3-2 win over the Germans in a great match up in Berlin. Both of them will be back in World Cup qualifying action so this is just a warm up for that. Will the Three Lions be able to take another confidence-boosting win over Die Mannschaft? Germany are 3/4 for the win, with the draw at 11/4 and England out at 7/2.
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Germany v England Betting Tips
A last minute goal from Eric Dier gave England a win over Germany in March last year in a five goal thriller. Germany have put together a W5 D1 record in their six international games played since August last year and the only blip in that sequence was 0-0 friendly result against Italy. In the Bet365 correct score market a Germany 1-0 result is the shortest priced option at a quote of 13/2. That may be a tempter because Germany have not conceded a single goal this season in their six matches played. That is three home wins on the bounce with a clean sheet in two. Germany to win to nil at Bet365 is a price of 2/1. But there has been more than enough goals between these two in recent match ups in Germany to suggest that there will be more than that. Over 2.5 goals is a price of 4/5 on the game. In the anytime goalscorer market, Germany have Mario Gomez at 6/5 and Thomas Muller at 3/2 at the head of the market.
There have been a total of fourteen goals in the last three games between these two out in Germany. In each of the last six contests between them both teams have scored in all but one of them. Both teams to score at Bet365 is a price of 8/11. Following this game at the Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund, Germany will face up against Azerbaijan in Group C of World Cup 2018 Qualifying. England will play hosts to Lithuania at Wembley on Sunday. Since that famous 5-1 win that England dished out to Germany in the 2002 World Cup qualifiers, they have gone W2 L3 in their last five against them. England’s last two wins against the Germans have been by just the one goal margin and an England to win by a one goal margin is a price of 5/1 at Bet365.
Will Gareth Southgate’s men be able to come away with a feel good win again? They are sitting comfortably at the head of the World Cup qualifying group and will be more concerned about next weekend than this one. There are newer faces to the England squad with Nathan Redmond and James Ward-Prowse getting call ups from Southampton. Jermain Defoe gets a recall while the Three Lions miss regards Harry Kane, Daniel Sturridge, Danny Welbeck and Wayne Rooney. England’s shortest priced option in the Bet365 anytime goalscorer market is Jamie Vardy (one of the scorers last March against Germany) who is up at a price of 5/2 with Marcus Rashford and Defoe trading at 11/4. England have gone W3 D2 this season, their last game ending in a 2-2 draw with Spain in a November friendly.
Who will win – Germany v England Predictions
Draw: This is just a friendly with more important games to come up on the weekend, so nothing wrong in backing a draw in the match outright at all in this one. England have done well enough out in Germany in recent visits to suggest that they can stick in there. It may be worth going under 2.5 goals because both defenses look solid enough.
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