France Vs Germany Betting Tip: France DNB – 15 June 2021

Les Blues big price to extend German stranglehold

Germany / Düsseldorf ©IMAGO / Uwe Kraft 06/07/2021

France France Vs Germany Germany

Tuesday 15th June 2021 – 20:00
UEFA EURO 2020, Group F
Pick: France Draw NO Bet
Odds: 5/6
Bookmaker: Boylesports
(All betting odds correct at time of writing: 13th June 2021)

Preview: What was a mouthwatering semi-final match-up in 2016 is now the opening contest in the ‘Group of Death’ this time around. So, boasting home support at the Allianz Arena in Munich, will Germany end their long wait for a win over France?

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France – Les Bleus aiming to justify early favourtism?

World Cup holders France will aim to go one better than five years ago, when losing in the final of the 2016 European Championships that were held on home turf. The last team on the international stage to feature in three consecutive finals at a major tournament was that glorious Spanish side of a decade ago, but first Les Blues must negotiate a brutal group comprising Germany, Portugal and Hungary.

France were also drawn a difficult hand for last year’s Nations League but still won five from six to top a group containing both Croatia and Portugal – their opponents in the last two major finals – alongside obdurate Sweden. Furthermore, they have won 10 of 13 games (D2 L1) since winning their EURO 2020 qualifying group ahead of Turkey, losing only one of ten qualifiers (W8 D1).

So this team – settled under a manager, Didier Deschamps, fast approaching nine years in charge – certainly knows what is required to win. Consequently, odds about a French victory on Tuesday look generous, about a side which has conceded only twice in producing nine consecutive away wins coming into the tournament. France are also unbeaten in their previous five away clashes with the Germans (W3 D2).


Antoine Griezmann To Score



Germany – Die Mannschaft capable yet unreliable?

Bayern Munich’s Allianz Arena will provide the setting for a milestone 50th match at the European Championships, for a country making their 13th participation in this particular tournament. Both tallies are unsurpassed on the continent. These finals will also mark the end of Joachim Low’s fifteen-year reign as manager, having overseen runs to the semi-finals in five of his previous six tournaments.

The latest being EURO 2016 where the Germans fell to a 2-0 defeat in the last four to hosts France. Their paths cross again here, and while this renewal is taking place on more favourable terms this time around (on German soil in Munich), a five match winless sequence since 2014 against Les Blues doesn’t necessarily augur well for their imminent chances of reversing those fortunes.

Germany’s lead up to these finals has also been turbulent. Qualifying in itself was straightforward enough, with seven wins from eight enough to top a section that included the Netherlands. Thereafter, however, has seen them struggle for consistency (W6 D5 L2 since EURO 2020 qualifying), with humbling 6-0 and 1-2 losses to Spain and North Macedonia, respectively, still very much hanging over them.

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France Vs Germany Betting Advice

In terms of recent duels, it is France who boast the upper hand. Les Bleus have won three while losing none of the pair’s last five meetings, though were held the last two times they faced off in Germany. When it comes to consistency, France also triumph, with no European team registering more wins across the previous three major tournaments (14 from 19 games) than 2018 World Cup winners France.


France Vs Germany – Key Facts:

  • Five games without defeat for France versus Germany. Les Bleus emerging victorious in three of these encounters and are also unbeaten in the last five away meetings.
  • France won 10 of 13 matches since qualifying for this tournament. The 2018 World Cup winners are also chasing their tenth consecutive away win, winning seven of the previous nine without conceding.
  • Germany have won less than half their fixtures since qualifying (W6 D5 L2) but do boast wins in four of the last five at home (L1).


Recent form also favours the French, who have won four more times from the same amount of matches (13) since qualifying. Meanwhile a win here would represent their tenth in a row away from home, with seven of the prior nine being ‘to nil’. Conversely, Germany have conceded in five of the last seven games, and in six of eight home games (W4 D3 L1) since sealing qualification.

Also, keep an eye out for Antoine Griezmann. The 2016 European Championship Golden Boot winner has scored more goals (4) versus Germany than any other side for France, and contributed towards more goals across the past two major tournaments than any other player in Europe.

Best Betting Odds – France Vs Germany

France – 17/10 (Betway)
Draw – 9/4 (BetVictor)
Germany – 9/5 (Betfair)