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Germany vs France Prediction & Betting Tips
- Key Stat: France are unbeaten in their last 11 matches thanks to their World Cup success, and have lost just once in their last 19.
- Expert Verdict: Germany fell well short of expectations at the World Cup and their first game after their Russian disappointment is as tough as they come – the newly-crowned world champions. France were a class above in Russia, and will head to Germany hopeful of at least a draw to continue their unbeaten run.
Germany vs France Head-to-Head Stats
Germany and France last met in a friendly back in November, when Lars Stindl’s stoppage-time equalised ensured a 2-2 draw. Alexandre Lacazette had twice put France in front but, after Timo Werner had cancelled out the first goal, Stindl denied the French an away win. In total, the two teams have played each other 29 times and that was the sixth draw. France have 13 wins in this fixture, the last of which was at Euro 2016, while Germany have won ten – but none in three since the 2014 World Cup.
Germany vs France Betting Tips
Germany are a much better team than they showed in Russia, there is no question of that, and with plenty to prove they will be keen to bounce back soon.
A match against the world champions is not an ideal way to start the new campaign, however – France were excellent in Russia, and have strength in depth too.
The World Cup-winning side did not include Ousmane Dembele or Thomas Lemar, both of whom were on the bench, while fit-again Benjamin Mendy has been in excellent form so far this season.
In Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann they have two of the best forwards in world football, and Didier Deschamps struck upon a winning formula in Russia by deploying Olivier Giroud in front of them.
France were unlucky not to win in Germany when they last met too – conceding a 93rd-minute equaliser – so not having home advantage should hold no fears for them.
Germany will miss Mesut Ozil too, even if his creativity on international duty has waned in recent years during an unhappy period for the Arsenal man.
Leroy Sane’s return is a little surprising too – he missed the World Cup despite being a Premier League title winner and PFA Young Player of the Year and he is back in the squad despite not featuring much this season.
Nevertheless, Germany should not be discounted on the back of the World Cup – they are a better team, and a draw with the world champions would be a result to prove that.
Germany vs France Recommended bets with odds
Germany are actually narrow favourites to beat France but both sides are very similarly priced. Betway are offering a best price of 8/5 on the hosts, while Bet365 have France at 9/5.
The draw is tempting, however, and you can get 23/10 from Bet365 on that outcome.
At the very least, both teams to score is 8/11 with Betway, while a score draw (draw and BTTS) is 10/3 with Bet365.
Kylian Mbappe will be a key figure in attack for France, and has scored four times in three Ligue 1 appearances since the World Cup. He is 2/1 to score at any time with Betfair and Paddy Power.
Germany vs France Prediction
Germany were poor at the World Cup, there is no way to hide that, while France were excellent. Nevertheless, these two teams are a lot closer than their performances in Russia would suggest and it is hard to pick a winner.