Lionsbet Preview: Germany vs Norway: Expect a goal fest in Stuttgart

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After Die Mannschaft narrowly escaped with a victory on Friday, they will aim for a comfortable win over Lars Lagerback’s side

Germany welcome Norway to the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Stuttgart in the 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifying Group C encounter on Monday.

The Germans edged past Czech Republic on Friday to increase their lead in the group, though Joachim Low was not too impressed with the performance of his team.

Die Mannschaft will hope to continue with their unblemished record in the qualifiers with a win over their guests. In their five meetings with the Norwegians, they have come out on top in three of the duels.

Germany celebrate

The world champions boast of 21 points from seven games and Lionsbet is pricing (1.16) for them to come out unscratched in this encounter.

For the Norwegians, they occupy fourth spot on the table with seven points. They are virtaully out of reach of making it to Russia as they are nine points behind second-placed Northern Ireland in the play-off spot with two games left to play.

The Lars Lagerback tutored side have not been so impressive in their recent outings but the 2-0 victory over Azerbaijan on Friday will be expected to boost their confidence.The Betting company is offering them at a massive  (13.75)  to upset the odds in Stuttgart.

The Scandinavian nation drew two of their last three encounters and Lionsbet has put up odds of (6.50) for the meeting to end in a no-victorr, no-vanquish outcome.

Martin Linnes Norway

Low's men left it late against Karel Jarolím’s side to claim the maximum points in Prague, as such it will not be out of place for them to score the last goal of the encounter with the bookies pricing (1.18) for that to happen and the same (1.18) for them to notch the curtain raiser.

The reverse fixture of this duel ended 3-0 in favour of Die Mannschaft and odds of (5.50) is available for the scoreline to repeat itself and (1.75) for the Germans to score more than three goals in the engagement.

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