Germany v France Prediction & Betting Tips – 14th November 201713th November 2017 / lee
Germany v France International Friendly, 14th November
This is one of the big feature international friendly matches in the week. After playing out a 0-0 draw with England at Wembley on Friday, Germany put themselves into another stern test as they play host to France. The French collected an easy win over Wales to go into this one in a positive frame of mind. They are carrying good form against the Germans as well. Germany are 5/4 to collect the win in this one, with France at 11/5 and the draw at 23/10.
Germany v France Betting Tips
An under-strength Germany played out a 0-0 draw at Wembley against a youthful England side on Friday night. That leaves them unbeaten now in their last twenty international matches (W16 D4) since losing against the French back at the European Champions in 2016. The last time that these two came together for a friendly, it was in Paris, a game which was overshadowed by the terror attacks in the city on the night. The Germans are a mighty attacking force when they turn it on and they have netted ten goals in their last four matches, despite failing to score against England. But this is a top friendly clash and these are never usually as exciting as they could be and under 2.5 goals with bet365 is trading at a price of 4/5.
Germany have lost their last two games against France now, both ending in 2-0 defeats. A France 2-0 correct score in this fixture returns a big price of 16/1 and the 1-1 draw is the usual shortest priced option which comes in at a price of 11/2. Germany are 13/2 to pick up a 1-0 result. Germany’s last win over France happened at the 2014 World Cup and the last time that they faced the French on home soil, the Germans lost 1-2. Four of the last six meetings between the two nations both in friendly and competitive meetings have gone under 2.5 goals. So this may not be a goal fest even if there is the potential of it being so. This is a friendly before players get back to club action, so it won’t be a full-blooded affair.
France are in good form with a W4 D1 record in their last five games and they have shipped just the one goal in that sequence of games as well. That was in a 2-1 home win over Belarus in their final World Cup qualifier. They are a price of 7/2 to win to nil at bet365 and they have won four of their last five away games. They strolled to a comfortable 2-0 win over Wales in Paris on the weekend to warm up for this one. Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud and Atletico Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann got the goals and they are 11/5 and 7/4 respectively in the bet365 anytime goalscorer market for this. The French are just about the only ones in the world at the moment who can match the depth and talent that Germany have and Les Bleus are 6/1 to win the 2018 World Cup with Germany at 5/1.
Who will win – Germany v France Predictions
Draw: France are good enough to go and pick up a draw in this friendly and remember it is only a friendly after all. Germany are not at full strength, but that won’t stop them putting on a good show in the game and they can hold their own.
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