Germany v Spain Betting

Wednesday 7th July 2010
Germany v Spain - Semi-Final
Durban, 19:30 GMT

Germany 0 - 1 Spain
Scorers Puyol 73
LineupsManuel Neuer
Arne Friedrich
Jerome Boateng (M Jansen 52)
Philipp Lahm
Per Mertesacker
Sami Khedira (M Gomez 81)
Bastian Schweinsteiger
Mesut Ozil
Lukas Podolski
Miroslav Klose
Piotr Trochowski (T Kroos 62)
Iker Casillas
Gerard Pique
Carles Puyol
Joan Capdevila
Sergio Ramos
Andres Iniesta
Xavi Hernandez
Xabi Alonso (C Marchena 90)
Sergio Busquets
David Villa (F Torres 81)
Pedro (D Silva 85)
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Germany faces Spain in the Semi Final of the 2010 World Cup in what promises to be a thrilling encounter. The Germans had been written off by many coming in to the tournament but have proved all their critics wrong, none more so than during the knock out stages where they have put four goals past each of England and Argentina.

With a proven World Cup pedigree and the current team playing with an impressive blend of discipline and flair, this Germany side really does look World Cup winning material and long term favourites, Spain, will have their work cut out if they are to stop this German side.

The betting for this game is incredibly close with bookmakers finding it difficult to split who of the two they fancy to progress to the final in Johannesburg on Sunday, 11th July.

The spotlight will firmly be on Miroslav Klose and David Villa in this match, with the strikers battling it out for the Golden Boot. Klose is currently on four goals, whilst Villa leads the Top Scorer Betting with five goals and both will be looking to add to their tally in order to help their team rech the final.

Germany | Spain

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Germany Form

The Germans rattled four goals past Argentina in their quarter final, the third time this World Cup they scored four goals in a game. The Germans are the top scorers in the competition and Mirolsav Klose is just one goal short of equalling Pele's record.

Date Time TV Match Preview & Odds Venue
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
27th June 15:00 BBC Germany 4 - 1 England Free State Stadium
3rd July 15:00 BBC Argentina 0 - 4 Germany Green Point Stadium

Spain Form

No team has ever won the World Cup having lost their first match of the tournament, a stat Spain will be trying to re-write after they lost to Switzerland in their first game. The Spanish were less than impressive against Paraguay and will need an improved performance over the Germans on Wednesday.

Date Time TV Match Preview & Odds Venue
16th June 15:00 BBC Spain 0 - 1 Switzerland Moses Mabhida
21st June 19:30 ITV Spain 2 - 0 Honduras Nelson Mandela Bay
25th June 19:30 ITV Chile 1 - 2 Spain Loftus Versfeld Stadium
29th June 19:30 BBC Spain 1 - 0 Portugal Green Point Stadium
3rd July 19:30 BBC Paraguay 0 - 1 Spain Ellis Park Stadium

Latest Team News

Midfielder Sami Khedira sat out training on Sunday for Joachim Low's Germany side but it is thought to have been just a precaution and the Stuttgart playmaker is likely to line-up against Spain on Wednesday. Thomas Mueller will miss the match through suspension.

Vicente Del Bosque has no injury worries ahead of Wednesday's semi-final, but Fernado Torres continues to look out of form. Torres scored the decider in the European Championship final between these two teams two years ago.

Germany v Spain Result

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