Germany v England Tips, Odds and Betting Offers, Wednesday 22nd March 2017
Gareth Southgate was appointed England manager on a full time basis four months ago, and now he can finally kick off his reign. After four games as interim boss he takes his team to Germany, to face the toughest challenge of his short time in charge.
It’s certainly a baptism of fire, especially as England fans have fond memories of Germany after picking up a brilliant 3-2 win here less than a year ago. Take a look at our tips, offers and the best enhanced odds – including a massive offer from Coral: claim odds of 33/1 on EITHER SIDE GETTING A CORNER in the match!
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Germany lost 3-2 at home to England in March last year, and they’re 9/11 favourites with 888Sport to claim some revenge. A draw between these two is a 14/5 shot with BetVictor, while the bookies aren’t giving Southgate much hope of repeating Roy Hodgson’s victory on German soil. The Three Lions are priced at best odds of 16/5 with Coral to take a victory ahead of a World Cup qualifier against Lithuania.
While there’s a big rivalry between Germany and England, Southgate needs to be focusing his attention on their game with Lithuania at Wembley. It should be a straightforward affair, but they can’t afford to slip up after drawing with Slovenia. The Three Lions came close to a win over Spain in their last home game, but will they be able to pull off a similarly big result this week?
Had Harry Kane been available, Southgate might have carried a little more confidence into this tie. Without him, they have a limited selection of strikers. A hit and miss Jamie Vardy is joined by the inexperienced Marcus Rashford and 34-year-old Sunderland man Jermaine Defoe. Surely that won’t be able to rival the world champions?
Germany have been impressive since crashing out of Euro 2016. They have won every competitive game they’ve played. They’re obviously focused on making Russia 2018 and defending their title. By the looks of things they could well manage to do that too. They drew 0-0 at Italy at the end of last year, but they should put in a stronger display against and understrength England.
It’s hard to look past a home win here, Germany seem overpriced at 9/11 with 888Sport. While England may have won here a year ago, they’ve not come close to repeating that sort of result under any of their three managers in the last 12 months. It’s hard to know what sparked that result, but we can’t see lightning striking twice. We’re backing a home win, while we think the hosts will show off the gulf in class by scoring in each half. They even manged that during their loss to England last year, and we think it’s excellent value at 13/8 with Bet365.