Free tips Football Betting Tips: Germany v Brazil Betting Preview (Tuesday, 7.45pm)
Germany v Brazil Betting Preview, Tips & Predictions
Germany and Brazil will both continue their preparations for this summer’s World Cup as they clash in an international friendly on Tuesday.
We take you through our Germany v Brazil betting preview and top tips for the Tuesday evening fixture at Olympiastadion Berlin …
Germany v Brazil Match Prediction
Draw 28/11 (3.55) – Unibet
Germany v Brazil Best Bet
Under 2.5 Goals 19/20 – William Hill
Germany v Brazil Past Meetings
This will be the 11th meeting between the two sides (not including results for West Germany or East Germany), with Brazil ahead on the head-to-head record with five victories to Germany’s three, with two draws.
However, Germany have won each of the last two meetings including one of international football’s most famed results – a 7-1 victory in the 2014 World Cup semi-final, in Brazil.
These fixtures tend to produced a lot of goals – with 42 coming in the 10 matches to date.
Germany v Brazil Stats
Joachim Low’s side are unbeaten in 22 outings since the 2016 European Championships semi-final exit at the hands of France.
Die Mannchasft have drawn each of their three international friendlies since sealing World Cup qualification – against France, England and Spain.
Brazil are unbeaten in their last eight games – with just one defeat in their last 18 – and have conceded just three goals in their last 16 matches.
The Seleção, like Germany, qualified for the World Cup with ease with two wins (against Japan and Russia) and one draw (England) in friendly matches since qualification.
Germany v Brazil Team News
Germany trio Thomas Muller, Emre Can and Mesut Ozil have all pulled out of this friendly with fitness concerns, with Manuel Neuer, Andre Schurrle, Mario Gotze and Benedikt Höwedes also absent.
Neymar is the main absentee for Brazil through injury, with left-backs Alex Sandro and Filipe Luis also ruled out and Danilo not selected.
Reason for Germany v Brazil Bets
These two giants of international football are arguably the two best football teams in the world and will be among the leading group of teams to win this year’s World Cup.
Between them, the two sides have only one loss – Brazil’s home defeat to Argentina – in their last 40 matches combined and both will be keen to prolong these runs.
Both sides will be without their major goal threats – Muller and Neymar – with both likely to string sides which are strong but also experimental.
Due to the absentees, this is a fixture which is likely to be low scoring – with Brazil, under boss Tite, being more defensively-aware and pragmatic than previous sides.
International friendlies tend to be more placid and played at a lower tempo than competitive games, with players eager to make an impression but will prioritise sustaining any sort of injury.
The game is likely to be punctuated by substitutions and will be played in a good spirit without a notable competitive edge.