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England - Germany prediction 29.06.2021 EC

In gameweek 0 of EC, England will host Germany at Wembley Stadium. Kick-off is scheduled for 6:00 PM on Jun 29, 2021, and the fixture will be refereed by Danny Desmond Makkelie. With our match prediction and odds comparison for England vs. Germany you are guaranteed to get all the important facts and details for this fixture. First and foremost, we will take a close look at the teams' recent performances.

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England were victorious in 2 of their previous 5 league matches (2 wins, 2 draws, 1 defeat. In the current EC season 2020, England were able to win 1 of their 2 games at home, with a total of 1 draw, and 0 defeats (Goal difference 1:0).

A head-to-head comparison of the two teams in their last five EC clashes shows that England managed to get 1 win, while in 3 matches, Germany snatched the three points. In 1 encounter between the two teams, the points were shared. If we solely focus on the home record of England against Germany, the stats are as follows: 1 win England, 1 draw and 3 wins for Germany.

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England vs Germany, Euro 2020, 29.06.2021

Old rivals England and Germany face off at Wembley in the last-16 stage of Euro 2020 on Tuesday evening.

The Three Lions progressed after topping Group D, while Germany, survived the tournament’s group of death after finishing second behind world champions France.

It will be a battle of contrasting styles and this makes the game all the more intriguing. Melbet registration Bonus offers great prices for our betting tips in this preview.


A couple of solid 1-0 triumphs over Croatia and the Czech Republic and another goalless stalemate with neighbors Scotland saw England topping their group with relative ease, setting up this round-of-16 clash with the German machine.

England’s talented forwards have yet to hit their stride and they have been propelled by terrific rearguard action which was further bolstered by the return of Maguire. They along with Italy are the only sides to make the last-16 without conceding a goal.

With the path to the final looking easier if they make it past Germany, Southgate will have to decide whether to play it safe here with the 4-2-3-1 or unleash his attack dogs on a German defence that is a far cry from the German teams of yore.


Group F was truly up for grabs and it literally was undecided until the last round of matches with minnows Hungary throwing a spanner in the works with credible draws against heavyweights France and Germany. Ultimately, cream rose to the top with France, Germany and Portugal sailing from the group in that order, with Hungary exited but having won the hearts and minds of many neutrals.

Die Mannschaft may not necessarily be the all-conquering football superpower they once was but they still have championship DNA in them and have historically performed well particularly against England when they get to the knockout stages.

They showed some of their potential in the thrilling 4-2 win over Portugal and coach Low will be hoping for more of the same against the resolute Englishmen.

Possible Line Ups

  • Pickford
  • Mings
  • Stones
  • Walker
  • Shaw
  • Rice
  • Phillips
  • Foden
  • Sterling
  • Grealish
  • Kane
  • Coach: Gareth Southgate
  • Neuer
  • Ginter
  • Sule
  • Rudiger
  • Gosens
  • Kimmich
  • Goretzka
  • Kroos
  • Sane
  • Havertz
  • Gnabry
  • Coach: Joachim Low
Injured: Mount (Isolation), Chilwell (Isolation) and Klostermann (Hamstring)


Games between these two rivals particularly in recent years have been very close affairs and we can see this following the same pattern. England have been particularly impressive on the defensive end. Not only have did they keep the clean sheets through the group stage but that run extends back to matches leading up to the tournament. They have kept clean sheets in 8 of their last 9 matches and have conceded more than a goal in just one of their last 19 matches. The German attack will certainly pose them bigger problems than they have faced from the likes of Croatia and the Czech republic but we are confident they can keep them at bay. For this reason, we fancy Under 1.5 Germany Team Goals @ 1.50 as the first of our Euro 2021 betting tips today.

England vs Germany EURO 2020 betting tip

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Whilst this defence has managed to get the job done with relative ease, they will earn their day’s wages against an attacking line-up with the likes of Havertz, his Chelsea team-mate Timo Werner, Serge Gnabry, Leroy Sane and the ever-reliable Thomas Muller. With the game likely to be quite physical, challenges will fly particularly from England end as the Germans are likely to see more of the ball. We are therefore picking England to get 2 or more bookings @ 1.83 with Melbet as our last call here.

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England performance of the last 6 home matches

Over 2.5
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Germany performance of the last 4 away matches

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