France v Germany Betting

2014 World Cup - Quarter Final
4th July - KO: 5pm BST -
Maracana - Rio

France topped Group E thanks to impressive wins over Honduras (3-0) and Switzerland (5-2). A 0-0 draw against Ecuador in their final group game was enough to see them top the group, but it wasn't a vintage display. Plenty of changes were made for the Ecuador game but the French must improve on their second round display against Nigeria. Two late goals saw off the Africans 2-0 in the end but Germany may not be quite as accomodating.

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Continuing with the trend of no team looking particularly unstoppable in this World Cup, Germany have played well in wins over Portugal (4-0) and the USA (1-0), but not so great against the likes of Ghana (2-2) and to a lesser extent against Algeria in the second round. Two extra time goals were enough to see off the Africans in the last sixteen and although this wasn't a vintage display by the Germans, credit must go to their opponents on the night who played so well.

France edge the head to head having beaten Germany eleven times opposed the Germans eight wins. Germany won the last meeting between the two however 2-1 in February 2013 and you have to go all the way back to the 1986 World Cup for the last time the pair met in a World Cup, with West Germany winning the match 2-0. The pair also met famously in the 1982 World Cup semi-final with West Germany winning on penalties after a 3-3 scoreline in normal time.

The betting is tight for this quarter final meeting, with the Germans just shading it with the bookmakers.

France | Germany

Friday 4th July
5.00pmFrance v GermanyBetting PreviewOdds
Tips:France to qualify @ 5/4
Antoine Griezmann to score anytime @ 10/3
Thomas Muller to score anytime @ 15/8

France v Germany Odds

Match Betting:

To Qualify Odds:

First Goalscorer Odds:

Correct Score Odds:

Tournament Form

France:

DateTimeTVFixtureVenue
15 Jun20:00BBCFrance 3 - 0 HondurasPort Alegre
20 Jun20:00ITVSwitzerland 2 - 5 FranceSalvador
25 Jun21:00BBCEcuador 0 - 0 FranceRio de Janeiro
30 Jun17:00TBCFrance v NigeriaBrasilia

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

  • International Friendly - 6th Feb 2013 - France 1 - 2 Germany
  • International Friendly - 29th Feb 2012 - Germany 1 - 2 France
  • International Friendly - 12th Nov 2005 - France 0 - 0 Germany
  • International Friendly - 15th Nov 2003 - Germany 0 - 3 France
  • International Friendly - 27th Feb 2001 - France 1 - 0 Germany
  • International Friendly - 1st June 1996 - Germany 0 - 1 France

Key Players

Paul Pogba - The young Juventus midfielder is a powerhouse in the middle of the park for France and scored the opening goal in their 2-0 second round match over Nigeria.

Thomas Muller - Germany's top scorer on four goals missed a couple of good chances against Algeria in the last sixteen. France won't be so lucky should he get given the chance here.

2014 World Cup Odds.

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
BTTS
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2
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1
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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
11%
Brazil
14%
Spain
3%
France
5%
Belgium
6%
Italy
4%
Netherlands
3%
England
6%
Portugal
8%
Colombia
3%
Other
20%
Total Votes: 221
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