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England vs Germany Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Preview

England vs Germany Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

England vs Germany predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

England vs Germany predictions for Friday’s International friendly at Wembley Stadium. Having qualified for the World Cup in Russia next year, the Three Lions begin preparation with a series of warm-up matches. Read on for all our England vs Germany free predictions and Betting Tips.

England vs Germany predictions, match date, time and kick-off

The England vs Germany match date and time is set. England vs Germany fixture is on Friday, 9 November and game kick-off time is 20:00 BST at Wembley.

Date: Friday, 9 November
Time: 20:00 BST
Stadium: Wembley Stadium, London

England vs Germany Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

England vs Germany predictions

Here are the best England vs Germany odds and our England vs Germany Predictions and Betting Tips:

Home Win Best Odds3.45 with Unibet

Away Win Best Odds2.15 with Unibet

Draw Best Odds: 3.45 with Unibet

Our England vs Germany prediction

Germany are favourites, and England are strong at home they are missing players and could struggle. We’re backing the visitors at 2.15 with Unibet. Below you can read the reasons for our Germany vs England predictions.

England vs Germany Correct Score Predictions

We expect Germany to Win 1-0 at 8.0 with bet365

England vs Germany First Goal Scorer Prediction

We expect Timo Werner To Score First at 5.50 with Unibet

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England vs Germany Betting Tips

Reasons For England vs Germany predictions & Betting Tips

Germany are the favourites for this match with odds of 2.15 with Unibet, with hosts England the outsiders at 3.45 with Unibet to beat their old foes at Wembley on Friday night.

If you look at where both teams are at right now, it’s not too difficult to understand why Joachim Loew’s men are favourites for the clash. We’re backing them to win at 2.15 with Unibet.

England are strong at Wembley, but against the World champions and recently crowned Confederations Cup winners, we think they will come up short.

They also have a number of key players out injured. Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Dele Alli, Jordan Henderson, Fabian Delph and Harry Winks were all named in the original squad but have been pulled out by their clubs.

This leaves manager Gareth Southgate with limited options against a Germany side expected to field the likes of Mesut Ozil, Toni Kroos, Mario Gotze and Mats Hummels.

It could be close – England matches often are, even against weaker opposition. They tend not to score or concede too many. For that reason, we predict a 1-0 Germany win at 8.0 with bet365.

As for the first goalscorer, Timo Werner looks to be the main man up front for Die Mannschaft now. He has 6 goals in 8 goals already for the national team, and is 5.5 with Unibet to continue his good form and open the scoring here.

England vs Germany Match Previews

England vs Germany Form

England host Germany at Wembley stadium on Friday evening. The Three Lions were beaten 1-0 when the teams met in a friendly in Dortmund back in March, but have won their last four matches albeit against weaker opposition.

England Form

England have won their last four matches without really convincing. In recent friendly matches against top opposition, they lost to Germany and France and drew 2-2 with Spain after throwing away a two goal lead in the closing minutes.

England Form: WWWWLD

Germany Form

Die Mannschaft are starting to look like the team that won the 2014 World Cup again, with their young talent starting to come to the fore. They have won their last 7 matches and lifted the FIFA Confederations Cup back in the summer.

Germany Form: WWWWWW

England vs Germany Predictions, Betting Offers and Match Previews

England vs Germany Head To Head (H2H)

England vs Germany stats

England Games won: 13
Games drawn: 3
Germany Games won: 15

England Team News

Gareth Southgate is without a number of players due to injury. Harry Kane, Raheem Sterling, Dele Alli, Jordan Henderson, Fabian Delph and Harry Winks were all named in the original squad but have been pulled out by their clubs. Adam Lallana, Nathaniel Clyne and Ross Barkley are out longer term.

Germany Team News

The Germans have a much stronger squad available for Friday night’s fixture. Bayern Munich duo Manuel Neuer and Thomas Muller are both injured, but otherwise we’re expecing all of their big names to feature.

England vs Germany predictions

Away Win: Germany to Win at 2.15 with Unibet

England vs Germany Correct Score Prediction

Germany to Win 1-0 at 8.0 with bet365

More about England and the World Cup

England vs Germany Predictions, Betting Tips and Team News

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