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This preview covers the top three betting tips from the France vs Germany match. This is a highly anticipated game as it will be played between two former World Cup winners at the Allianz Arena.
Our Three Betting Tips for France vs Germany
- Market: Both Teams to Score
- Market: Total Goals
- Over 2.5
Odds not yet available
- Market: Match Result
Odds from William Hill, subject to change.
Both teams will find the net
Both teams have top strikers in their ranks to make a difference in this game. We also expect world-class players on both ends to create moments of magic on matchday. Even though just two of the last five meetings between France and Germany produced goals on both ends, our free tips for this game would back both teams to score at 5/6 on William Hill. Kylian Mbappe, Antonine Griezman, Wissam Ben Yedder, Karim Benzema (likely to miss with an injury), Ousmane Dembele and Olivier Giroud will battle for a starting spot in France’s attacking front. On the German side, we have equally proven forwards in Timo Werner, Kevin Volland and Leroy Sane.
Both teams have enough scoring potential in the ranks to make a difference in the game. There are world-class players at both ends of the pitch to come up with a moment of magic that would end up creating a goal. Even though just two of the last five meetings between France and Germany have produced goals at both ends, our free tips for this game would back both teams to score.
A goal Fest expected at the Alliance Arena
With so much depth the squads of both teams, we think there will be more than two goals in this match. France and Germany have some of the best strikers and midfielders in the game which gives an impression of a high scoreline on matchday.
France to edge out Germany
This will be a tight contest with both teams looking to avoid a defeat at the start of their European Championship campaigns. A loss in the opening match will be difficult for either team to recover, as it would hand defending champions Portugal, who face Hungary in the opening game, with a huge advantage. Germany has the advantage of familiarity thanks to the game being at Allianz Arena.
France looks better defensively, having kept four clean sheet victories in their last five games. German’s Joachim Low may have the confidence of previously winning the world cup before France claimed it in 2018 but a seemingly shaky defence should worry the German tactician. German has only two clean sheets in their last five games. Moreover, the German side has only three clean sheets in the last ten games while France has six clean sheets in the same number of games.
Match Preview: The Big Battle that could Shape the European Championship
France kick off their European championship action with a Group F match against rivals Germany at the Allianz Arena. Both teams have experience of winning the trophy in the past. This match will be a repeat of the Euro 2016 semifinals in which France came out on top before going on to lose to eventual winners Portugal in the final. Germany are hoping to win the European Championship for the first time since 1996. Meanwhile, France are hoping to win this trophy for the first time since 2000.
Allianz Arena gets ready to host a football spectacle between France and Germany. Because France and Germany are among the favourites to win the Euro 2021 competition, this will among the biggest games of the tournament. However, Group F equally features returning champions, Portugal, and in-form, Hungary.
France is 2nd on FIFA Rankings and boasts 4 and 2 draws against Germany in the last eight encounters. Les Bleus will want to start on a front foot when they play Germany at the Allianz Arena. A notable advantage for the French side is that they have not lost to Germany in the last five meetings of three victories and two draws for Didier Deschamps in seven meetings with German’s Joachim Low. Deschamps will bank on the depth of his attacking and midfield options to edge out Germany. Defenders Raphael Varane, Benjamin Pavard, Lucas Hernandez, Presnel Kimpembe, Kurt Zouma and others are all fit for matchday. Deschamps averages an impressive 2.17 points after 113 matches in charge.
On the German side, we cannot rule out Joachim Low’s tactical prowess. At his disposal, Low has players in Europe making up the Die Mannschaft squad. The German midfield which constitutes Tonu Kroos, Thomas Muller, Kai Havertz, Serge Gnabri, ilkay Gundogan, Leon Goretzka, Joshua Kimmich is especially notable. Joachim Low’s defence is equally spot-on and features Antonio Rudiger, Mat Hummels, Emre Can, Niklas Sule and Robic Koch who are all fit for selection.
There have been than 30 meetings between France and Germany in the past. However, this will be the first game between the two nations since October 2018, when France were able to get a 2-1 win over Germany in the UEFA Nations League match. France have had a tendency to come out on top in home meetings with Germany, while the Bavarians have had the better results in their own home matches against the French. Both teams have an almost identical win ratio in this fixture. Germany tend to score more goals when they play at home to France.
FAQs – France vs Germany
Who are the reigning Champions in the European Championship?
Where will this game take place?
Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany
What is the match kickoff time?
The game will start at 9pm local time.
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