Czech Republic lock horns with Germany in one of the 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifiers (Europe) games and they will look forward to a favourable outcome in the duel.
Karel Jarolím’s men are nine points adrift of the Group leader. They have managed to win three of their last six encounters and they are not faring well on head to head with their guests, having only won two of the seven meetings. They are underdogs with Bet365 and will have to defy the odds (8.50) in order to come in first in the duel.
Czech have shared the spoils on two occasions with their opponents in their last six games and odds of (4.75) are up for grabs to see them cage the rampant attack of the Germans in the challenge.
For the reigning champions, they have won their last six World Cup qualifier games in thrilling and emphatic manner racking up a number of goals in the process.
In addition, Joachim Low’s side have not lost on their turf since 2012 and will be expected to continue with this impeccable record as they are favourites to come on top in the encounter. The betting company is offering (1.44) for them to increase their winning streak in the game.
Quite a number of goals will be expected in the clash as the Germans have scored 22 goals in six duels and their hosts have not failed to find the back of the net in the same numbers of games, as such, the betting firm offers (1.80) for over 2.5 goals to surface in the challenge and (1.95) for both sides to score.
Lars Stindl was the hero for Low’s charges in their last duel with Chile and the Borussia Monchengladbach forward is on offer at the price of (2.00)) to notch anytime in the engagement if he gets to play.