England vs Germany Betting Tip 2 AH+0.5 – 26 September 2022

Die Mannschaft to add further pressure upon Three Lions and Southgate

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England v Germany
26 September 1945hrs
Football – Europe – Nations League
Pick Germany AH+0.5
Bookmaker bet365
Odds: 1.60 odds taken 0904 GMT, Sunday 25th September

Monday evening brings us further action from the Nations League and features this upcoming blockbuster clash in League A/Group 3 between two old international rivals, England and Germany, at Wembley Stadium with England already relegated from League A but seeking to restore some pride, while Germany will be keen to set the record straight after their surprise defeat to Hungary last time out.

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England Preview – Can Three Lions manage one last roar?

It’s been quite simply a disastrous Nations League campaign despite some quarters of the England camp stating that their ‘belief’ in something greater happening is just around the corner, the fact remains that England have produced woeful displays under manager, Gareth Southgate, as the Three Lions have been reduced to pussy cats as they sit rock bottom of Group 3 with just two points to their name.

While Hungary have emerged as the surprise package in a group that also contains the likes of Italy and Germany, England have failed to get going in this campaign and further blushes have been avoided with points in draws with Germany (away) and Italy (at home), but losses to Hungary home and away and on the road at Italy have already done the damage.

The bigger picture shows England have now managed to win just one of their last eight matches overall in the Nations League competition which also includes five defeats and calls for Southgate to resign amidst claims of incompetence around questionable substitutions, negative tactics and stubbornly sticking with players based on past glories, have only grown louder in recent times.

It’s true that England have suffered just one defeat at home in their last 17 games overall on the international stage but the fans and media alike are growing tired of Southgate’s reluctance to adapt and failure to have a Plan B up his sleeve, and performances on the field are now suffering with England resigned to playing in League B of the Nations League competition in the next campaign.

England have managed to beat their old foes, Germany, just twice in the previous seven meetings, but the hosts will be without midfielder Jack Grealish who is suspended, while Jordan Henderson is rated as doubtful for this clash.

Our betting suggestion:
Both teams to score

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odds taken 0904 GMT, Sunday 25th September



Germany Preview – Can Die Mannschaft bounce back?

Germany’s plans to overhaul the surprise package of Group 3, Hungary, with a win in the latter stages of this group phase backfired on them as they were handed a damaging 1-0 defeat by the Hungarians, thus ensuring that Germany would miss out on a place in the finals, while seeing Hungary take another big step towards what was considered a highly unlikely scenario of them figuring in the finals before this season’s competition began.

Germany sit four points above England but can’t catch Hungary now as they trail the group leaders by an unassailable four point margin with just one fixture remaining, and the best that the Germans can hope for is a runners-up place at the expense of Italy who take on Hungary in the final group game.

The visitors have claimed just one win in Group 3 to date which came in the shape of an impressive 5-2 rout of Italy at home and although they picked up points in draws with Italy, England and Hungary, the 1-0 defeat at home to Hungary last time out saw Germany’s chances of finals action in this competition fly out the window.

Overall results in the Nations League format have been unconvincing where Germany have been concerned as the visitors have managed to win just three of their previous 15 matches, along with four defeats, while the draw has featured most prominently with Die Mannschaft being involved in no fewer than eight stalemates.

Germany coach, Hansi Flick, will be without defender Antonio Rudiger through suspension but otherwise has a fully fit squad from which to choose and he may well be tempted to ring the changes following their 1-0 defeat to Hungary in their last match.

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Key Facts – England v Germany Tip

  • England have now managed to win just 1 of their last 8 matches overall in NL
  • Germany have won just 1 of their previous 7 away games in the Nations League
  • Germany have lost just 2 of the previous 7 meetings v England


This is expected to be a fairly low-key encounter between two old rivals as both England and Germany have nothing to play for here but pride and another draw looks to be on the cards at Wembley Stadium.

Backing Germany with the handicap looks the best option for this clash.

The best betting odds for England v Germany

England to win: 2.37 at bet365
Draw: 3.30 at bet365
Germany to win: 3.00 at bet365