World Champions meet European Champions as Germany travel to Spain to finish off one of the best years in their history with a potential win. Spain continue with rebuilding a team that stumbled so hard during the World Cup that several of their legends retired, while Germany lost some of their own support after three pillars of their winning team retired. This is a great time to get an account with the best betting agent and get the best opportunities for this event.
During the EURO 2016 Qualifiers both teams have had their problems, which culminated with Spain’s loss to Slovakia. Their recent result is a 3-0 win over Belarus that saw the goals being scored by young talents finally being allowed to the team due to first-choice players being injured. Del Bosque announced that David De Gea is nursing a thumb injury picked up in training which puts Kiko Casilla in the goal tomorrow. Germany will also field a new goalkeeper, as Manuel Neuer is unavailable due to knee problems, but whether it will be Weidenfeller or Zieler is still unknown.
Germany has been hit by the injury virus that sees Draxler, Ozil, Reus, Hummels, Kramer, Boateng, Schürrle, Schweinsteiger and most likely Höwedes all ruled out for tomorrow. Spain is missing out on Costa and Fabregas both either tired or with fitness issues likely to be resolved upon the return of Premier League fixtures. Germany comes from a 4-0 win against Gibraltar; a match that witnessed the first team to defend the goal line with 10 people which forced Real Madrid’s Toni Kroos to send all his shots on target into space, similar to his teammate Sergio Ramos.
In their head to head games Germany has eight wins and Spain has seven. A draw is one of the most popular betting markets but Spain is heavily favored by the bookies to win, mainly because they do look stronger at home. No matter your choice, if you want the best limits and odds for this event, you must sign up for the best betting platform in the market, and take your betting strategy to a new level.
Spain: Team’s Formation
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Prediction for the match:
Thomas Müller to score anytime