Joachim Low's side tasted glory in 2014 as they secured victory in the World Cup hosted by Brazil, snatching Spain's crown after La Roja had earned the ultimate honour in football back in 2010.
Three of their 10 head-to-head clashes have ended in stalemates. It's likely such happens in North Rhine-Westphalia which is chalked up at a whooping (3.25).
While Low’s men have recorded three goals in five of their last 10 outings, the visitors have seen the same result in six of theirs. So to see an outcome of over 2.5 goals in this duel is available at odds of (1.95) with the same betting outfit.
Die Mannschaft will be keen to avoid defeat here which is available at the price of (1.35).
Both teams are in impressive form with the four-time World Cup champions undefeated in their last 21 games, stretching back to the semi-final loss to France in Euro 2016 while Lopetegui’s charges are unbeaten in their last 16 ties after their defeat to Italy in the Euro 2016 quarter-finals.