Brazil v Germany Betting

2014 World Cup - Semi Finals
4th June - KO: 9pm BST -
Belo Horizonte

The 2014 World Cup hosts, Brazil continue their bid to win a sixth finals when they take Germany in the tournament's first semi final on Tuesday in Belo Horizonte.

Unbeaten in the competition so far, Brazil topped Group A with two wins and a draw, before scraping past Chile on penalties in the second round. It was another nervous finish on Friday against Colombia, with a late penalty for the Columbians making for a desperate finish with Brazil winning 2-1. Centre backs Thiago Silva and David Luiz got the goals for the hosts but with Thiago suspended for the semi final and top goalscorer Neymar out of the tournament through injury, punters are weighing up these factors versus home advantage in the semi final.

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Germany are also unbeaten in the tournament, having not been overly convincing. The Germans topped Group G thanks to wins against Portugal and the United States and a 2-2 draw with Ghana. Joachim Low's side were taken to extra time before beating Algeria 2-1 in the second round, before a 1-0 win over France in Friday's quarter final.

Germany shade the betting but it's tight and it's another game that could go all the way. Amzingly, the pair have only met once before in World Cup finals, with Brazil coming out on top 2-0 in the 2002 final.

Brazil | Germany

Tuesday 8th July
9.00pmBrazil v GermanyBetting PreviewOdds
Tips:First goal to be scored with a header @ 9/2
Benedikt Howedes to be shown a card @ 12/5
David Luiz to score anytime @ 9/1

Brazil v Germany Odds

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Tournament Form

Brazil:

DateTimeTVFixtureVenue
12 Jun21:00ITVBrazil 3 - 1 CroatiaSao Paulo
17 Jun20:00BBCBrazil 0 - 0 MexicoFortaleza
23 Jun21:00ITVCameroon 1 - 4 BrazilBrasilia
28 Jun17:00TBCBrazil 3 - 2 ChileBelo Horizonte

Germany:

DateTimeTVFixtureVenue
16 Jun17:00ITVGermany 4 - 0 PortugalSalvador
21 Jun20:00BBCGermany 2 - 2 GhanaFortaleza
26 Jun17:00BBCUnited States 0 - 1 GermanyRecife
30 Jun21:00TBCGermany v AlgeriaPort Alegre

Head to Head

Last Six Meetings:

  • International Friendly - 10th Aug 2011 - Germany 3 - 2 Brazil
  • Confederations Cup - 25th June 2005 - Germany 2 - 3 Brazil
  • International Friendly - 8th Sept 2004 - Germany 1 - 1 Brazil
  • 2002 World Cup Final - 30th June 2002 - Brazil 2 - 0 Germany
  • Confederations Cup - 24th July 1999 - Brazil 4 - 0 Germany
  • International Friendly - 25th Mar 1998 - Germany 1 - 2 Brazil

Key Players

David Luiz - With Neymar out of the tournament through injury, defender David Luiz could prove to be Brazil's talisman from the back. Following his superb free kick against Colombia in the quarter finals, The PSG centre back will be an important player for Brazil.

Toni Kroos - The metronomic midfielder dictates the pace at which the Germans play and can be the catalyst for the attacking play against what looks a vulnerable Brazilian defence.

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Full Time Result /
Qualifying Statistics

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Goal Stats - Last 0 Games Results
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Germany have won 70.00%, drawn 10.00% and lost 20.00% of their last 10 games.

Germany have kept a clean sheet in 3 of their last 10 games, going on to win 7 and draw 1 of these matches.

Germany have failed to score in 2 of their last 10 games.

Goal Stats - Last 10 Games
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GERMANY
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2 - 1
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SCOTLAND
POLAND
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2 - 0
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GERMANY
GERMANY
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1 - 1
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REP. OF IRELAND
GERMANY
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4 - 0
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GIBRALTAR
GEORGIA
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0 - 2
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GERMANY
GIBRALTAR
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0 - 7
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GERMANY
GERMANY
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3 - 1
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POLAND
SCOTLAND
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2 - 3
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GERMANY
REP. OF IRELAND
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1 - 0
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GERMANY
GERMANY
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2 - 1
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GEORGIA
Winners Poll /
Who will win the 2018 World Cup?
Germany
16%
Argentina
13%
Brazil
14%
Spain
4%
France
7%
Belgium
5%
Italy
3%
Netherlands
3%
England
5%
Portugal
9%
Colombia
2%
Other
19%
Total Votes: 318
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