The prediction of Spain and Germany comes before the match of the 7th round of the UEFA Nations League. This game will be played on November 17th, at Estadio de La Cartuja, Spain. In this match overview, we bring you betting tips and accurate predictions of results based on the analysis of these two sides.
Spain vs Germany Match Preview and Team News
Spain, the host of the match, is currently in desperate form, failing to win five of the last seven games. They have not won in the previous three games, although it is crucial to mention that everyone was far from home. La Roya has been especially bad on the road for months because she failed to win in the last seven away games. Luis Enrique’s team is much stronger at home, winning the last eight matches on the Spanish field. Ferran Torres is a great midfielder who can play in several positions, and he does not allow the opponent many actions in the middle of the field. Dani Olmo is the engine of this team, and he goes through the defense of the opponent like a fast train, he controls the ball very well and can be satisfied with his games. Mikel Oyarzabal enjoys the pitch, and when he receives the ball and moves towards the goal, the opponent has problems. Luis Enrique doesn’t have any fitness worries at all ahead of this clash, and all players are ready for this duel.
Jogi Low has long been the target of critics for failing to build on Germany’s 2014 World Cup success. During the last Nations League season, it seemed as though his reign had grown stale with defeats piling up. However, things have been going better of late, and Germany comes into this tie unbeaten in their last 12 matches. They have won five of their previous six away games. Spain is one team that Germany has struggled to defeat in recent years, failing to win five of their last six encounters. The last five have featured two goals or fewer. Niklas Sule is a tremendous defensive midfielder who knows what he is doing at all times, he is strong, and it is not easy to take the ball away from him. Julian Brandt is tall, plays great in both directions, and does not allow opponents to play much in the middle of the field. Due to a fully injury-free group available for selection, Germany boss Joachim Löw does not have any fitness worries whatsoever ahead of this match.
Spain vs Germany Predicted Lineups
Spain: Simon, Roberto, Ramos, Torres, Reguilon, Busquets, Merino, Ruiz, Oyarzabal, Morata, Moreno.
Germany: Neuer, Ginter, Sule, Rudiger, Max, Gundogan, Kroos, Goretzka, Werner, Gnabry, Sane.
Spain vs Germany Betting Tips and Predictions
There are no favorites in this match, and we believe that this clash could end in a draw.
This will be a big fight between these two rivals, and we should expect a goal from both teams. We hope that football fans will enjoy this match.
BTTS Yes @1.70
Correct score 1:1 @6.50