The Three Lions made it to next year’s World Cup topping their group and going unbeaten, dropping just four points from a possible 30. They however approach this encounter with a bit of worry following the withdrawal of six key players. England are the slight underdogs at (3.70).
It’s been a dominant display for the Germans since crashing out of the Euro 2016 semi-finals. They have since won the Fifa Confederations Cup and went their entire World Cup qualification with a 100% record. Die Mannschaft have the better of their rivals on head to head and are a juicy (2.10) to win in London.
A draw at the end of 90 minutes stands at odds of (3.60) with the same firm.
Germany are without defeat in their last 19 international games, winning 16 and drawing three. They thus look good for a win or draw at odds of (1.29) on Friday.
England will be on the back foot here as they haven’t beaten their opponents at Wembley since 1975 and have gone on to lose the next six games. Die Mannschaft are quoted at (1.53) to win either half and (1.66) to get the opening goal of the match.
The reigning world champions have scored in 13 of their last 14 contests against the Three Lions. It thus looks very likely that both teams will find the back of the net which bookies offer at odds of (1.72).
Tammy Abraham is one of three players – alongside Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Joe Gomez that are being called up to the England senior team for the first time. The Swansea City forward decided to ditch Nigeria for England is tipped to score at (3.25) should he feature in the match.