England v Germany Prediction – EURO 2020 – 30/06/21

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England v Germany Prediction EURO 2020 30 JUN 21
Kickoff: 12:00 AM (GMT +8)Stadium: Wembley Stadium

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England v Germany Prediction (EURO 2020) – England and Germany renew their rivalry as they take on each other in the EURO 2020 round of 16 at Wembley Stadium. Could the Three Lions use the home advantage to their favour? Or can Die Mannschaft eliminate in English on their own turf? Have a quick look and read on for our winning tips below.

England v Germany Prediction - Head to Head

EnglandStatisticGermany
13Won13
6Drawn6
51Goals scored42

England v Germany Prediction - Recent Matches

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10-Nov-17International FriendlyENG0-0GER
22-Mar-17International FriendlyGER1-0ENG
26-Mar-16International FriendlyGER2-3ENG

England v Germany Prediction - Form (All Competitions)

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GermanyDWLWD

England have been unbeaten in their EURO group stage matches, winning against Croatia and the Czech Republic, and drawing against Scotland. Germany, meanwhile, have had mixed results as they lost to France, defeated Portugal and drew with Hungary in that order. Let’s take an in-depth look into both teams.

England v Germany Prediction - Preview

England

England finished their first three games at the top of Group D, getting 7 points and a goal difference of 2 (2 for 0 against).  They ended their group campaign with a win over the Czech Republic, 1-0, at Wembley. Raheem Sterling scored the winning goal 12 minutes into the match, after he headed in Jack Grealish’s cross into the net. The second half was quieter, with Dean Henderson thinking that he added to their lead, but was ruled offside. In facing the Germans, England manager Gareth Southgate has told his side to “make history rather than get caught up with it”, as he advised them to not think of the recent disappointments they had incurred in their matches with Die Mannschaft. Could the Three Lions live up to those words?

  • England have never won a EURO knockout match in 90 minutes (D4 L2). Four of them went on to penalties, in which they have only advanced once (against Spain in Wembley in 1996).
  • The Three Lions’ match against Germany will be their 300th international game at Wembley and 77th at the new site (reopened in 2007). They have won 187 times here (D73 L39) and are unbeaten in their WC/EURO finals matches at the stadium (W9 D5).

Germany

Germany finished second in the so-called “group of death”, Group F, at 2nd, ending up with 4 points and a goal difference of 1 (6 made, 5 against). They settled for 2-2 draw against underdogs Hungary in their last match at the Allianz Arena in Munich. The Mannschaft trailed 0-1 at the half when Adam Szalai scored at the 11th minute. But Kai Havertz was able to level at the 66th minute when he nodded in Mats Hummels blocked header. The Hungarians threatened to upset yet again when Andras Schafer scored just after two minutes. But subs Timo Werner and Leon Goretza combined for an attack that levelled the score again at the 84th minute. Despite inconsistencies in the group stages, Joachim Low warned England that they will be facing a “different Germany” in London for the round of 16. Could Low’s side live up to that promise?

  • Germany will be meeting England for the third time in the EUROs; the Mannschaft won 6-5 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in 1996, but the Three Lions won 1-0 in the 2000 group stages.
  • The Germans will face off against the English at Wembley for the 13th time; the English won 4 of the 1st 5 games (including WC 1966) but the Germans were undefeated in their last 7 meetings (W5 D2). 

England - Injuries, Bans, Suspensions

Player Information Anticipated Return
Benjamin Chilwell COVID-19 Few days
Mason Mount COVID-19 Few days

Germany - Injuries, Bans, Suspensions

PlayerInformationAnticipated Return
Lukas KlostermannHamstringLate June

England v Germany Prediction - Final Thoughts

It’s always a thriller of a match when England and Germany face each other, and this edition is looking to live up to that as well. England will be banking on its abundance of defensive players like Tyrone Mings and John Stones, but have a solid line of attack as well with Grealish and Sterling. Germany also have the likes of Kai Havertz, Toni Kroos, Ilkay Gundogan and Antonio Rudiger to provide a well-balanced plan of attack. In the end, England’s familiarity with Wembley and a sizable home crowd will help them win over the Germans in a close, low-scoring match.  Let’s take a look at the prediction.

England v Germany Prediction

We will be betting on the Asian Handicap and Over/Under in Euro football odds for this match:

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England (0)

Odds (1.86)
Under: 2.25 GoalsOdds: 2.07

Disclaimer: The odds change from time to time without prior notice and is only available at the time of writing

For this UEFA EURO 2020 Round of 16 Match England v Germany Prediction to win, England need to win the match with a one-goal lead. If they lose the match, the bettor would lose all of the stakes. For the Over/Under bet to win, the total goal count should be below 2.25 goals.

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