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Germany - Czech Republic prediction 11.11.2020 International Friendlies

Gameweek 0 in the International Friendlies will see the clash between Germany and Czech Republic at Red Bull Arena. Kick-off time is at 8:45 PM on Nov 11, 2020, and the match will be refereed by Andris Treimanis. In our preview of Germany vs. Czech Republic we will provide you with all the important facts and stats for this International Friendlies fixture. Let’s start by having a look at the current form of the two teams involved.

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Germany were victorious in 0 of their previous 5 league matches (0 wins, 5 draws, 0 defeats. In the current International Friendlies season 2020, Germany were able to win 0 of their 2 games at home, with a total of 2 draws, and 0 defeats (Goal difference 3:3).

Czech Republic have won 1 of their last 5 International Friendlies encounters (1 win, 4 draws, 0 defeats. The away record in this year’s International Friendlies season for Czech Republic reveals the following stats: 1 win, 3 draws and 0 defeats - Goal difference 2:1.

Out of the last five International Friendlies encounters between the two teams, Germany won 3. In 0 matches the points between the two sides were shared, and 2 times Czech Republic got the win. If we look at the home record of Germany against Czech Republic, the stats are as follows: 3 wins Germany, 0 draws and 2 wins Czech Republic.

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Germany vs Czech Republic, Friendly

Germany welcome the Czech Republic at the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig on Wednesday in an international friendly as they prepare for the latest round of matches in the UEFA Nations League.


By their standards, Germany’s performances especially in their recent matches has been quite disappointing. Although they remain unbeaten in the last 10 matches, they have drawn four of the last five matches, including three of their four Nations League games, which leaves them in second place in Group 4, tied on 6 points with Ukraine, with Spain topping the group just a point ahead of them.

Their only win in the group was a 2-1 win in Ukraine which came in between a couple of 3-3 draws against Turkey and Switzerland. They’ll be hosting that same Ukraine this weekend and will be keen to put more points on the board to keep the pressure on leaders Spain who they’ll face in the next game.

With a number of high profile players rested for this friendly, Joachim Low will use this opportunity to give a chance to a number of uncapped players like as well as other upcoming players who are just getting started at the national level to showcase their skills and potential value for future consideration.


Czech Republic had a relatively better month of October with a couple of wins over Cyprus and Israel, but closed out the month with a sour taste in the mouth, losing 1-0 to Scotland, which made it a second loss to them in their two group matches. With Scotland now four points clear at the top of Group 2 with two matches remaining, they have to win both of their remaining games against Israel and Slovakia if they are to have any chance of being promoted into Europe’s top tier of Nations League groups.

Czech Republic manager Jaroslav Silhavy will be looking for a much better performance in this friendly as he prepares for those final group matches. He will have a much better squad to pick from, unlike in the loss against Scotland, where his hands were tied because of an outbreak on the virus on his squad.

Possible Line Ups

  • Leno
  • Stark
  • Koch
  • Rudiger
  • Henrichs
  • Neuhaus
  • Dahoud
  • Schulz
  • Hofmann
  • Brandt
  • Waldschmidt
  • Coach: Joachim Low
  • Pavlenka
  • Holes
  • Kalas
  • Hovorka
  • Novak
  • Jankto
  • Barak
  • Masopust
  • Darida
  • Kopic
  • Vydra
  • Coach: Jaroslav Silhavy
Injured: Kimmich (injured), Sule (injured) and Celustka (injured), Sevcik (injured)


Even though the German squad will be missing a number of big names, we anticipate the players that will get the opportunity to make the most of the opportunities. Joachim Low has come under a lot of criticism for the recent performances of Die Mannschaft and he’ll be keen to use this match to push back on some of that criticism as they prepare for the huge Nations League games coming up. We are backing them to get back to winning ways here @ 1.46 with 1XBet as our first betting tip of the game.

The game has goals written all over it. The German defence has left a lot to be desired lately, failing to keep a clean sheet in any of their last 6 games. Whilst they have enough firepower, we feel the Czechs, who have scored in 4 of their last 5 games, also have a decent chance of finding the back of the net. We are therefore backing both teams to score @ 1.75 with 1xBet as our final call for this clash.

Our tips

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Germany performance of the last 5 home matches

Over 2.5
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Czech Republic performance of the last 5 away matches

Over 2.5
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