Germany v Estonia Betting Tip Estonia+3(AH) – 11 June 2019

Estonia may prove stubborn opposition

Euro Qualifiers Tips

GermanyGermany v EstoniaEstonia
Tuesday 11th June 1945hrs 
Football – International – Euro 2020 Qualification
Pick Estonia+3 (AH)
Bookmaker Bet365
Odds: 27/20 (odds taken 20.20 GMT, Monday 10th June)

Germany have started the group with two straight wins and will be expected to make that three on the bounce when facing an Estonia team who are yet to pick up a point in Group C.

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Germany Preview – Can Germany stroll to a third straight win?

It’s arguable whether or not Germany would hope to be playing in these fixtures on the same time the Nations League finals come to a close. The German national team crave success and want to enter every tournament they enter. A poor performance in their section seen them fall out the top league and attempt to regain form in this qualification campaign. It’s started on a positive note with a big win away to Netherlands back in March. That win was important not only in the context of this group but also because they were well beaten there just a few months previous. From that game Joachim Low essentially decided to freshen his squad up.

Stalwarts like Thomas Muller and Mats Hummels have been put out to pasture as Germany build towards the European Championship finals next summer. Saturday’s 2-0 win away to Belarus was dominant without being excellent but they do not need to be at the moment.Germany have seemingly gotten over a rough 2018 by going unbeaten in their last five games. Some big games lie ahead in this group against both the Dutch and Northern Ireland. They will most certainly want to be going into those games in September with maximum points and taking care of business tomorrow.


Under 3.5 goals



Estonia – Are Estonia capable of winning their first game in the group?

The Estonians are one of the national teams hoping to pick up the scraps in these qualification campaigns. Realistically, there is no chance that they will be at a point whereby they reach a major finals. That was evident in the Nations League where they finished bottom of their section and are subsequently relegated to the bottom tier. That is a fair reflection on where they sit and the evidence on what we have seen so far in this group would confirm that. Coach Martin Reim will be in charge for three years come September, but it’s been a struggle in that time. Saturday’s defeat at home to Northern Ireland was the second loss to that opponent in this group. A quirk of the fixture scheduling seen them face the Irish in both of their first two games.

Although competitive in those games, it leaves Estonia in a familiar position. After two games they have no points are in second bottom place in Group C. With two games against the Germans and Dutch still to come, it’s looking likely that this will be another bleak campaign for Estonia.


Key-Facts – Germany v Estonia

  • Germany have struggled over the past 18 months but have won their opening games in this section
  • Estonia are one of the minnows of European football but they are well drilled defensively and have not conceded more than three goals in an away game since 2016
  • The hosts have won only three of their last eight games at home


Germany v Estonia Betting Advice

In every possible way this is an absolute mismatch. Germany are one of the world’s biggest footballing superpowers and will be up against one of the continent’s minnows. Tuesday’s meeting will be the first time the two teams have faced each other since 1937. That meeting ended with a 4-1 win to the Germans and all indicators point to something similar happening tomorrow.

The Germans have not been at the same level of performance we have come to expect so often. There are some signs they are beginning to find a settled team, though. That’s been a big issue for Low since last year’s dismal World Cup. Tuesday provides a chance for them to continue their perfect start to the section, and one they should take. Games at home have been a particular struggle over the past 18 months. It’s only three wins from eight games and although I fully expect a home win, I am not convinced it will be a resounding one.

Estonia have not conceded more than three goals in an away game since 2016. The visitors with a three goal head starts looks worth a bet on the handicap in this one as a result. By doing it on the Asian handicap you will get money back should Germany win by three clear goals.