On Tuesday evening, 7 May, Germany will take on England at the Allianz Arena in the second leg of the UEFA Nations League. The teams will treat their fans to an exciting spectacle. Full statistics and current odds for the match can be found at 1xbet bonus code.
The Bundesstim kicked off their World Cup qualifying campaign under Joachim Leve. There were two wins in the first three games, and once they sensationally lost at home to Macedonia (1-2). The Euros began for the Tricolours with a 1-0 defeat at the hands of France, followed by a resounding 4-2 victory over Portugal and a 2-2 draw with Hungary. The Germans’ journey to the last eight was cut short when they lost 2-0 to England at Wembley.
After that, Hansi Fliek took charge of the national team, and during the autumn, Germany secured 7 wins in 7 qualifying matches, successfully qualifying for Qatar. Gnabry, Werner and Gundogan scored five goals each. In the first leg of the Nations League, the Germans drew 1-1 with Italy in Bologna, although they could have scored more – their goals were poorly executed (1.5 per cent).
Football is on the rise in England: Europe was dominated by the Spanish in the early nineties but now the Foggy Albion side are more potent. Both at club and national level. “The Three Lions reached the Europa League final last summer, before losing in the penalty shoot-out to Italy. Since then, the Red and Whites have confidently won their qualifying group for the Mundial, with 26 points after 10 matches. They scored an incredible 39 goals and conceded just 3.
The visitors’ attack is littered with stars of the first calibre: Kane, Sterling, Mount and Foden. The more surprising is the result of the first round of this year’s Nations League: “The Lions were beaten 1-0 (2.3-0) in Budapest by the Hungarians, a defeat they couldn’t have deserved. The English looked rather poorly matched.
Germany have a slight advantage over England in their head-to-head encounters, winning 15 of their 33 games. However, in the previous encounter, which took place in the 1/8 finals of Euro 2020, the British took a convincing 2-0 lead.
Germany vs England
The Germans have been winless in their last two matches, and they are going to rehabilitate themselves for that in front of the home crowd on Tuesday. Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and Thomas Müller are all capable of scoring goals against top-flight opponents. But the English, too, will be back on the winning track, and the squad Southgate has at his disposal would make any coach in the world jealous. We’ll put our money on both goals and expect a goal feast.