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Betting Preview: Germany v Sweden: Back Die Mannschaft for victory in Sochi

14:05 EAT 22/06/2018
Timo Werner Germany Saudi Arabia
The defending champions risk an early exit from the showpiece and will be aiming to avoid such an embarrassment

Germany lock horns with Sweden for their second game in the global tournament on Saturday evening at Olimpiyskiy Stadion Fisht.

Joachim Low’s men are looking for their first victory in the competition after they nosedived against Mexico, no thanks to Hirving Lozano’s solitary effort.

Defeat to the Blagult will see the defending champions exit the tournament and will be aiming to avoid such an embarrassment.

Having claimed victory in their last meeting, Bet365 have tipped them as hot favourites at (1.44) to come out on top in the tie, thus, boosting their hope of progressing past the group stage.

Both sides cancelling each other out is available at the price of (4.75) with the same betting outfit.

Sweden will be coming into this encounter with a lot of confidence following their 1-0 triumph over Korea Republic in their opening game, thus ending a four-game winless run.

Having failed to qualify for the global football showpiece in the previous two editions, Janne Andersson’s charges will be hoping to leave an indelible mark in Russia. Hence, will be fighting tooth and nail to upset the odds of (8.50) which will seal their place in the Round of 16 of the tournament.

Die Mannschaft have not tasted defeat in their last seven meetings with Sweden and are (1.083) to continue the form in this encounter.

Considering that Germany have registered 16 goals in their last four competitive games, Bet365 offers (1.85) for three or more goals to surface while odds of (1.75) is available for both sides NOT to score.

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