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Germany vs France Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

Germany vs France Predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

Germany vs France predictions, Betting Tips and Match Previews

Germany vs France predictions for Tuesday’s International friendly at the RheinEnergieStadion. This should be an entertaining friendly match between two of the favourites for next summer’s World Cuo. Read on for all our Germany vs France free predictions and Betting Tips.

Germany vs France predictions, match date, time and kickoff

The Germany vs France match date and time is set. Germany vs France fixture is on Tuesday, 14 November and game kick-off time is 20:00 BST at Stade de France.

Date: Tuesday, 14 November
Time: 20:00 BST
Stadium: RheinEnergieStadion, Cologne

Germany vs France Predictions

Germany vs France predictions

Here are the best Germany vs France odds and our Germany vs France Predictions and Betting Tips. Here are the best odds for a Germany Win, Draw and France win.

Home Win Best Odds: 2.15 with Unibet

Away Win Best Odds: 3.55 with Unibet

Draw Best Odds: 3.60 with Unibet

Our Germany vs France prediction

Germany are the world champions, but we’re going to go against the odds and back a France win at 3.55 with Unibet. Below you can read the reasons for our Germany vs France predictions.

Germany vs France Correct Score Predictions

We expect France to win 2-0 at 18.00 with Unibet

Germany vs France First Goal Scorer Prediction

We expect Kylian Mbappe To Score First at 9.00 with bet365

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Germany vs France Betting Tips

Reasons For Germany vs France predictions & Betting Tips

Germany are the favourites for this match with odds of 2.15 with Unibet, with France the outsiders at 3.55 with Unibet to cause an upset in Cologne.

International friendlies can be hard to predict, and it is hard to bet against either team given current form and the depths of talent they both have.

Both teams are also missing key players, which will give a chance to some of their up and coming stars to impress. Germany are without Manuel Neuer and Thomas Muller, whereas Paul Pogba and Ngolo Kante are out for France.

Didier Deschamps will also not have Olivier Giroud available after he picked up a thigh strain in Friday’s win over Wales. This could mean that Kylian Mbappe gets the chance to start as the main striker.

Mbappe is widely regarded as the most precocious talent in Europe right now, and has already terrorised some of the best teams on the biggest stages.

We’re backing him to announce himself on the International stage on Tuesday and score the first goal, which is priced at 9.00 with bet365.

The likes of Nabil Fekir, Corentin Tolisso and Adrien Rabiot should also get minutes, all of whom are enjoying excellent seasons at club level and will want to make a good impression.

Germany have plenty of talent too, but having won the last two meetings between the two sides 2-0, we’re backing France to pull of the same scoreline here at 18.00 with Unibet.

 

 

Germany vs France Match Previews

Germany vs France Form

France face Germany in Cologne on Tuesday night. This will be a good chance for both teams to test themselves against quality opposition ahead of the World Cup, and also experiment and try new players and tactics. Both are in form, so something will have to give at the RheinEnergieStadion.

Germany Form

Die Mannschaft were held to a 0-0 draw by a young England side on Friday, but are unbeaten in their last 20 matches. Their last defeat came against France back in Euro 2016.

Germany Form: DWWWWW

France Form

Les Bleus were 2-0 winners against Wales last week, although they haven’t always been convincing under manager Didier Deschamps. However, their recent form is good with 5 wins from 6.

France Form: WWWDWW

Germany vs France Team News

Germany vs France Head To Head (H2H)

The two teams have only met four times previously, and have never played in a competitive match. This is their first meeting in 35 years, Germany winning the last meeting in a friendly in France back in 1982. Can history repeat itself on Tuesday night?

Germany vs France stats

Germany Games won: 10
Games drawn: 5
France Games won: 13

Team News

Germany are missing Manuel Neuer and Thomas Muller, whereas France are without midfield trio Ngolo Kante, Paul Pogba and Thomas Lemar due to injury. Olivier Giroud had to pull out of the squad with a thigh problem, and Ousmane Dembele is also out.

 

Germany vs France predictions

France to win at 3.55 with Unibet

Germany vs France Correct Score Prediction

France to win 3-0 at 18.00 with Unibet

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Germany vs France Team News

Read more about France national team at fff.fr, and Germany at dfb.de.

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