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Betting Preview: Germany v Saudi Arabia: Back Joachim Low’s side to win to nil

4:32 PM IST 07/06/18
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Die Mannschaft have never lost to the Green Falcons and it could remain that way when they clash in Leverkusen

Germany slug it out with Saudi Arabia for their final pre-World Cup friendly game on Friday at BayArena.

Since their qualification for the global tournament, Joachim Low’s men have failed to secure victory. They played stalemates with England, France, Spain and lost to Brazil and recently Austria.

As they lock horns with the Green Falcons, they will be eager to come out on top in the tie to boost their confidence for the global football showpiece as they aim to defend the title they won in 2014.

They have only met twice with the west Asians and won on both occasions. As a result, Bet365 have tagged them as hot favourites for this clash at the price of (1.071).

A chance for both sides cancelling each other out is available at a chunky (12.00) with the same betting firm.

Juan Antonio Pizzi’s men will be heading to their fifth World Cup in Russia and as part of the preparation to the mundial, they have played a number of warm-up games.

On Sunday, they lost 3-0 to Peru, their second consecutive defeat and will have it all to do at (23.00) to stun the four-time world champions.

A lot of goals are likely to surface in this encounter, considering that their previous two meetings produced 11 goals. Therefore, the betting firm has put up (1.33) for three or more goals to surface in this tie.

Germany won their previous outings with Saudi Arabia without conceding and are odds on at (1.36) to win to nil here while odds of (1.28) is available for both sides not to score according to Bet365.

Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.