England vs Germany – Euro 2020
Euro 2020 – Tuesday 29th July 17.00
It’s England vs Germany in a round of 16 match at Wembley between two of footballs biggest historic rivals. We take a look at the stats and best football tips.
England host Germany at Wembley in an absolutely huge Euro 2020 round of 16 knockout game. There has been a few unexpected results and the pathway to the final has opened up for the winner. The last game between these two was back in 2017 and that finished 0-0, previous to that Germany won 1-0 and England 2-3.
The bookies are offering 29/20 on an England win, 9/4 for the draw and 2/1 for Germany to win.
England went unbeaten in their qualifying group, beating Croatia 1-0, drawing 0-0 with Scotland and beating the Czech Republic 1-0 in their final game. Germany lost 1-0 to France, beat Portugal 4-2 and drew 2-2 with Hungary.
England – PL 3 | Won 2 | GF 2 | GA 0
The Three Lions have been solid defensively but have failed to really sparkle in attack. I don’t think this is the game to change that so would expect more of the same on England’s behalf and Southgate could even switch to a three at the back formation. England have been getting the job done, beating Croatia and the Czech Republic which are decent wins but Germany will surely be a step up in class and England will need to improve on those performances. Three clean sheets in a row is a very positive statistic and another would be well received. The German’s are probably a step up in class in attack but the Croatians did score three against Spain in their round of 16 match. I thought England looked very good in the first half against Czech Republic, pressing high and passing the ball quickly but unfortunately went back to the same old England in the second half.
Shots on Target:
- Raheem Sterling – 1.1 Shots on Target per 90 – Odds 4/7
- Mason Mount – 0.5 Shots on Target per 90 – Odds 3/4
- Harry Kane – 0.37 Shots on Target per 90 – Odds 3/10
Germany – PL 3 | Won 1 | GF 6 | GA 5
The Germans have been a mixed bag and although this isn’t one of the better German sides they can certainly cause England problems and have a wealth of experience. They didn’t look great against France in the opening game and France were knocked out last night by Switzerland. They then beat Portugal 4-2 but Portugal have looked unbalanced and have also been knocked out in the round of 16 and then you have a 2-2 draw with Hungary. They appear to have a style almost opposite to England in that they have been both scoring goals and conceding goals.
Shots on Target:
- Leon Goretzka – 1.76 Shots on Target per 90 – Odds 17/20
- Kai Haverts – 1.71 Shots on Target per 90 – Odds 7/10
- Robin Gosens – 1.57 Shots on Target per 90 – Odds 21/20
Betting Tips: It’s one of the great football rivalries and i cannot wait. Both teams have been polar opposites in that England’s game’s have involved very few goals whereas Germany’s games have involved plenty. I think it will be a very tight game and i think the path to the final opening up will increase the pressure on both sides.
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