Germany v Scotland: Tips and prediction – 07.09.2014

By on September 8, 2014
Sunday night from 19:45 Germany will start their campaign of Euro 2016 Qualification on the home ground against Scotland, a much weaker team at first view. It is very clear that the germans have the first chance at bookmakers too.
Germany start this game with odds under 1.20 at the moment. They are the world champions right now and the victory is the only option for them. Joachim Low and his players are coming after a bad defeat against Argentina, 2-4, the team that they defeated in WC 2014 final. Germany will play a 4-2-3-1 formation, with Kroos and Kramer “the brains” of the teams at the middle, while Muller could start as the main striker. The home team will be without players like Ozil, Hummels, Schweinsteiger, Draxler or Khedira, all of them being injured.
Scotland have a small chance in this match, proof that the odds are around 19.00 right now for their victory. The british side is without defeat in the last six games played in the last 12 months. The scots ticked four wins and two draws in the last year, scoring eight goals and conceding only three. They will field a 4-4-1-1 formation, with Fletcher in the attack, supported from behind by Naismith. Snodgrass is the most important missing player for the away team.
Last time when these two teams were face to face happened in Euro 2004 Qualifications, Germany winning four points from two games against Scotland at that time.
Prediction: Germany -1.5 AH @ 1.55
We expect an easy victory for the home team, considering that the difference between Germany and Scotland is very big. We chose to bet on a victory with at least two goals in front for the home side.
The best odds for Germany vs Scotland: 1.17 – 8.50 – 19.00

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