Germany face Sweden in a crucial Group F tussle in Sochi. And recent meetings between the pair suggest this will be an absolute scorcher.
The Germans lost their opener 1-0 to Mexico, while Blagult grabbed a 1-0 victory over South Korea.
The last two head-to-heads have seen a 5-3 victory for Die Mannschaft in 2013, and a 4-4 draw the previous year – where Sweden came from 4-0 down to draw level.
Ahead of this tournament, Joachim Low’s men slammed home an unparalleled 43 goals in their 10 qualifiers. Meanwhile, Sweden top-scored in their group, with 26 – five more than group winners France.
So, who’ll be getting their name up in lights?
Thomas Muller netted five goals in Brazil during the last World Cup, and is 11/8 to score Anytime in this game.
However, no German player could come close to the eight goals Sweden’s Marcus Berg netted in qualifying. The Al-Ain hitman is 13/5 to find the net in Sochi.
Low’s men should just about edge this clash, though a clean sheet is unlikely. Germany to Win and BTTS is 12/5.
Meanwhile, in the correct score market, Die Mannschaft are 11/1 to secure a 3-1 victory for the third time in the past year.
In the match betting, Germany are 1/2 for victory. Meanwhile, it’s 3/1 for the Draw and 11/2 for a Swedish win.
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