- Venue: Volksparkstadion
- Friday: September 6th, 19:45
- Referee: Soares Dias
One of the true football classics is ahead of us. The German national team is awaiting the Netherlands in what seems to be the ultimate derby of this round of EURO 2020 qualifiers. There is a huge rivalry between the two nations, made throughout history, and its kind of passed onto these generations. Germany is desperate to climb on the top of the football world once again, while on the other side, Oranje didn’t make any notable success since 2010.
The Germans are looking solid right now, as they have collected three wins in Group C in the same number of matches. At the moment, the only team ahead of them is Northern Ireland, with four triumphs, but they didn’t play against one of these two sides. Die Mannschaft was ruthless in the opening three fixtures. At first, they defeated Oranje in Amsterdam with 2-3, then routinely beat Belarus in Minsk with 0-2, and eventually smashed Estonia at home with 8-0. Currently, Joachim Low’s team hasn’t lost in six straight matches. Since they suffered relegation from the UEFA Nations League A group, Germans are trying to reach the old form.
The Netherlands lost the finals of the above-mentioned UEFA Nations League against Portugal, 1-0. But it needs to be stressed out that this team looks quite good. After not reaching the World Cup in Russia, the Oranje improved a lot, and they quickly made up for that failure. Among other things they smashed the Germans in the UNL and got a draw in the same competition. Though, they would later lose against Die Mannschaft in the qualifiers. But anyway, with UEFA player of the Year, Virgil Van Dijk, and a couple of other superstars, the Oranje looks very, very strong. As for some interesting statistics, seven of their previous 10 games ended with over 2.5 goals.
|24.03.19||Netherlands 2:3 Germany||EUR|
There is no important news regarding the German national team, as all the players are ready to face the Dutch side. Van Dijk will make his first international game as the UEFA Player of the Year.
The first thing we will suggest here is to bet on the high efficiency. We expect to see at least three goals. It is something often seen when Germany and the Netherlands meet. Simply, these two nations like to play aggressive and offensive football, and once they clash, goals are almost guaranteed. The odds are not as low as we believed they would be. Bet365 offers 4/6, which is for this situation an excellent offer.
As for the second pick over 1.5 goals in the second halftime is the best option. If you closely examine the most recent head-to-head contests of these two sides, you will see that in the past three of them at least two goals took place in the latter 45 minutes. That encourages us to go with this choice. The odds are superb for this pick, and Betfair will double your stake, 1/1.
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