Germany vs Iceland Betting Tip Home Win Both Halves – 25 March 2021

Germans to ease past Iceland

Ilkay Guendogan / Germany ©IMAGO / student March 24, 2021

Germany vs Iceland
25th March 1945hrs
Football – International – 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier
Pick Home Win Both Halves
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Odds: 10/11 odds taken 1645 GMT, Wednesday 24 March

Germany and Iceland lock horns in a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier at the MSV-Arena in Duisburg on Thursday night. With North Macedonia, Armenia and Liechtenstein also in the group, the Germans are the overwhelming favourites to win Group J and secure automatic qualification to next year’s World Cup. Can Joachim Low’s troops start with a win in Duisburg?

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Germany Preview – Die Mannschaft to begin with maximum points?

Germany have not played since that humbling night in Seville back in November. The Germans were embarrassed by Spain, as Joachim Low’s men crashed to a heavy 6-0 UEFA Nations League defeat. Manchester City’s Ferran Torres helped himself to a hat-trick in the Spanish romp.

The loss in Seville was a real shock, especially as Germany were unbeaten in 12 prior to that, winning seven and drawing five. Die Mannschaft have suffered just two defeats since October 2018, though four of their previous eight have ended in draws.

Our betting prediction:
Germany to win -2

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(odds taken 1650 GMT, Wednesday 24 March)

It will be interesting to see how Germany fare in these upcoming qualifiers after such a woeful defeat. However, this German outfit oozes class and experience, and Low’s boys should kick-start their quest to reach Qatar with a comfortable home win on Thursday. The bookies have Germany priced at 1/8 to start with three points.

Iceland Preview – Icelanders to crash to a sixth straight defeat?

Iceland are certainly going through their golden era at present. However, after qualifying for UEFA Euro 2016 and the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the Icelanders failed to qualify for UEFA Euro 2021.

Iceland ended 2019 in excellent form, winning four and drawing one of their final five games. However, football’s pause at the start of 2020 did not help, as the national team picked up just one win during a miserable 2020.

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After a 2-1 Euro qualifying win over Romania at the beginning of October last year, Iceland have gone on to lose five in a row. In their last game, they were thumped 4-0 by England at Wembley Stadium.


Germany vs Iceland Betting Advice

These two nations have only ever met on two occasions, with both games coming in UEFA Euro 2004 qualifying back in ‘03. After a 0-0 draw in Iceland, Germany picked up an impressive 3-0 home triumph, with Michael Ballack, Fredi Bobic and Kevin Kuranyi on target in Hamburg.


Key Facts – Germany vs Iceland Betting Tip

  • Germany lost 6-0 to Spain in their last game
  • Iceland have lost five matches on the trot
  • The Germans picked up a 3-0 victory when these two nations last met


Low will leave the Germany job after Euro 2021, but the eccentric boss, who has been in charge of the German national team for 15 years, would love to end his tenure with a trophy and get Germany off to a good start in 2022 World Cup qualifying.

In truth, Germany should kick off Group J with a comfortable victory at the MSV-Arena on Thursday night. Put some money on the hosts to win both halves at 10/11. We also like the look of Germany to win -2, which is currently available at the same price.

Timo Werner has hardly set the world alight at Stamford Bridge since moving to London, but the Chelsea striker is as deadly as anyone in world football when he pulls on that white jersey. Back Werner to open the scoring in this one at 5/2.


The best betting odds for Germany vs Iceland

Germany to win: 1/8 at Bet365
Draw: 8/1 at Bet365
Iceland to win: 16/1 at Bet365