Germany v England Betting
Germany beat England at the 2010 World Cup and the pair are set to meet in an international friendly on Saturday 26th March. Check out the latest odds for the game below...
|Saturday 26th March - 7.45pm||Odds||Won/Lost||Bet|
Germany v England
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| Both teams to score
|@ 19 / 20|
|Germany win and both teams to score||@ 11 / 4|
|Thomas Muller to score anytime||@ 6 / 4|
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World Cup 2010 - Second Round
June 27th 2010 - 3.00pm
Free State Stadium
|Germany||4 - 1||England|
Muller 67, 70
|Yellow Cards||Friedrich 47||Johnson 82|
Mesut Ozil (S Kiessling 82)
Miroslav Klose (M Gomez 72)
Thomas Muller (P Trochowski 72)
Glen Johnson (S Wright-Phillips 87)
James Milner (J Cole 64)
Jermain Defoe (E Heskey 71)
Germany confirmed the inevitable when beating Ghana 1-0 in their final group game to top Group D and set up a World Cup second round match with the England. Joachim Low's German side took the tournament by storm when beating Australia 4-0 in their opening game. However, since then they lost to Serbia and were less than impressive in squeaking home past Ghana and it seems as though some of the momentum has gone from the team. The Germans have a youthful feel to them, but they'll need to be on their game against England.
Fabio Capello's England team made very heavy weather of qualifying from Group C, but a fine performance in their final match beating Slovenia 1-0 will have sent the Germans a warning. Despite the victory, an injury time winner from Landon Donovon in the USA versus Algeria game meant the United States topped the group on goals scored. England could well rue the chances they missed against Slovenia, as the route to the final has become eminently more difficult as a result of finishing runners-up. If a second round against Germany wasn't test enough, the winner will likely play Argentina in the quarter-finals.
Germany v England Odds
The betting for this match is really tight, with many bookmakers unable to split the two teams. The draw is also a very low price, which good mean we're in for extra-time and possibly the dreaded penalties.
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Two wins from the Germans three Group D matches left them topping the group. Joachim Low's side were beaten in their second match against Serbia, when losing Miroslav Klose to an early red card. The Serbian goal is the only goal Germany have conceded and they have scored five themselves. Joachim Low will be able to welcome back Klose after suspension for the game with England.
|13th June||19:30||ITV||Germany 4 - 0 Australia||Moses Mabhida Stadium|
|18th June||12:30||BBC||Germany 0 - 1 Serbia||Nelson Mandela Bay|
|23rd June||19:30||ITV||Ghana 0 - 1 Germany||Soccer City Stadium|
England are unbeaten but that doesn't tell the whole story. The draw with the USA wasn't great but not for a mistake from Robert Green in goal they could have won the match. Things took a turn for the worst in England's second game where they drew 0-0 with Algeria. If the result wasn't bad enough, the performace was bordering on the dire and many people were put off betting on England to win their final game with Slovenia. However, England were impressive in beating Slovenia in their last match, although there was the obligatory nervous last ten minutes and plenty of chances went begging.
|12th June||19:30||ITV||England 1 - 1 USA||Royal Bafokeng|
|18th June||19:30||ITV||England 0 - 0 Algeria||Cape Town Stadium|
|23rd June||15:00||BBC||Slovenia 0 - 1 England||Nelson Mandela Bay|
Latest Team News
Joachim Low can welcome back Miroslav Klose from suspension for the match against England but is sweating on the fitness of playmaker Mesut Ozil, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Jerome Boateng.
Fabio Capello can bring back jamie Carragher from suspension but may keep faith with the defence that kept a clean sheet versus Slovenia. Wayne Rooney was substituted in the match and although the Manchester United striker still looks short of form, it is unlikely that he will be dropped.
Germany v England Result
The World Cup Live Scores will be easy to follow throughout the match and the full result of the match will be made available to punters as soon as the match comes to an end.
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.
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