Germany – England Predictions
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Germany 1-1 England
Date: 07.06.2022 | Match at: 19:45 | League: UEFA NATIONS LEAGUE – LEAGUE A – ROUND 2 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.33 | Bookie: Unibet.
Germany – England Match Preview
- Germany made it ten games unbeaten by drawing their UEFA Nations League (UNL) opener 1-1 against Italy (W8, D2) and now haven’t lost since their Euro 2020 round of 16 defeat to rivals England last June. Although the Hansi Flick era has started well as they build towards this winter’s World Cup, he’s not entirely happy – “I don’t think we can be satisfied,” was his post-match verdict after that draw.
- Their home form has been more pleasing though, winning each of their last four games in Germany by scoring an average of 4.75 goals per game and conceding just once. Now they’re trying to do something they haven’t done since June 2017 and that’s win five consecutive home internationals – that sequence coincidentally included a 1-0 win over England!
- England had few complaints after losing 1-0 to Hungary on Saturday with manager Gareth Southgate admitting they didn’t do enough to win the game. The Euro 2020 runners-up must therefore improve significantly if they’re to prevail against their old rivals in what could be another tight game – their 2-0 H2H victory last year was the fourth meeting in the last five to feature under 2.5 goals (W2, D1, L2).
- However, their last visit to play Germany in Munich bucked that trend, as they claimed a memorable 5-1 victory in September 2001 with Southgate an unused substitute. As it’s now three UNL away games without a win for the Three Lions (D1, L2), a repeat of that remarkable evening seems far-fetched, especially given how flat their performance was against Hungary.
- Players to watch: Germany haven’t lost when Joshua Kimmich has found the net for them (W2, D2) with three of his four goals coming after the 70th minute. Jarrod Bowen looked lively on his England debut against Hungary, and netted his last seven goals for club side West Ham United before the hour-mark.
- Hot streak: Germany haven’t conceded a first-half goal in six internationals (HT: W4, D2).