Germany v England
Two of the greatest rivals in World football meet in Berlin this Saturday at 19:45, when Germany play England in an International friendly ahead of Euro 2016.
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Bookmakers offer Germany as the favourites to win, but after England sailed through the Euro qualifications with a 100% win record, Germany will have a tough game on their hands.
Germany have beaten England in the last 2 games they’ve played, and the current World Champions are hoping for yet another victory.
England, who are having a fantastic run, have only lost 1 of their last 6 games and Roy Hodgson will be confident that his men can beat Germany in this away game.
Germany v England is live on ITV 1 at 19:45 on Saturday March 26th and will be a great match to use some of the bookmakers signup offers that are currently on offer.
Germany's Best Odds: 4/6
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After a fantastic win at the 2014 World Cup, Germany didn’t have an easy journey during the Euro 2016 qualifying stages - only making it through in the final game.
Although Joachim Löw’s squad may boast some of the most talented football players in the world, and are extremely strong in their attacking, Germany are currently struggling defensively.
Having not kept a clean sheet in their last 5 games, England could easily take advantage of their weakness in defence and potentially bag a victory.
Germany have been inconsistent in their last few games, having lost to Ireland and France, however they have won both of their last home games against Georgia and Poland.
With a home advantage, Germany will be confident of a win but they’ll need to up their game to stop an England side featuring the likes of goalscoring machine Harry Kane.
England's Best Odds: 5/1
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England had a fantastic run qualifying for Euro 2016 and were the only team to manage a 100% record, however they've had less success in friendlies having lost to Spain.
This will be the first of 5 International friendly's ahead of Euro 2016 and England will be hoping a victory against one of the best teams will give them some momentum.
The Three Lions have only managed to win 1 of the last 4 games they’ve played against Germany, but Roy Hodgson’s squad seem focused on beating their fierce rivals.
The last time England played Germany in Berlin was back in 2008, when they secured a 2-1 victory after John Terry scored a late goal.
Although most online bookmakers offer Germany as favourites to win, England could easily bag a victory this weekend if they're all on form.
Best Odds On A Draw: 3/1
When England play Germany it doesn’t usually end in a draw with the last draw way back in 1982 and so bookmakers betting odds on a stalemate are quite good.
If you're betting on neither team emerging victorious, head to PaddyPower.com as they offer best odds at 3/1 plus a 'bet £10, get £30 in bonus bets' offer for new signups.
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NB: Germany v England betting odds correct at the time this article went live. Bookmakers shorten odds closer to kick off so bet early for the best odds!