Germany vs Belarus Predictions & Betting Odds – 16th November 2019

Germans too strong for Belarus

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Germany vs Belarus Betting Tips – UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier, 16th November 19.45pm

Joachim Low’s Germany welcome Mikhail Markhel’s Belarus to Borussia-Park in Monchengladbach on Saturday for a UEFA Euro 2020 qualifier in Group C. The Germans still have work to do in the group, as they sit second behind Netherlands on the head-to-head record and are only three points ahead of third-place Northern Ireland, who they entertain at Waldstadion in Frankfurt next Tuesday evening. By then, though, Germany could and should be through to the finals.

Germany vs Belarus Betting Odds*

Germany 1/16
Draw 16/1
Belarus 40/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 14th, 2019 at 12:00 p.m.)
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Germany News and Form – Comfortable victory for Low’s boys?

Germany have been involved in a scrap with Holland and Northern Ireland for the top two places in Group C. The Dutch lead the way after beating the Germans 4-2 in Hamburg in September but Die Mannschaft have a handy three-point lead over Norn Iron.

Since that somewhat shock home defeat to Holland, Germany have struck back with successive wins over Northern Ireland and Estonia. Last time out, an Ilkay Gundogan brace helped the Germans to a 3-0 victory over the Estonians at the A. Le Coq Arena in Tallinn.

 

Germany over/under 3.5 goals
Over11/10
Under3/4

Bet at 22Bet

 

Germany should have no problems in this one. They cruised to victory when the pair met in Barysaw back in June, and Low will be looking for something similar on Saturday.

Germany vs Belarus Head to Head

Saturday’s matchup in Monchengladbach will be the third meeting between the two nations

Germany have won one and drawn one of their two matches with Belarus

Goals in either half by Leroy Sane and Marco Reus gave the Germans a 2-0 win Barysaw back in June

In an international friendly in Kaiserslautern in May 2008, Germany and Belarus played out an eventful 2-2 draw

 

Key-Facts – Germany vs Belarus

  • Germany have won five of six qualifiers so far
  • The Germans could book their place in the Euro 2020 finals this weekend
  • The Belarusians have taken just four points from an available 21 in Group C

 

Belarus News and Form – Tough evening in Monchengladbach for the Belarusians

Belarus have already been eliminated from the group having picked up only one win from seven qualifiers. However, they have taken four points from their previous three, beating Estonia 2-1 in Tallinn and drawing 0-0 with the same opposition in Minsk. No matter what happens this weekend, Belarus will not finish bottom of the group.

However, that victory over Estonia remains Belarus’ only triumph since beating San Marino 2-0 in the UEFA Nations League back in November last year. Belarus had an exceptional Nations League campaign, winning four and drawing two of their six group fixtures. Because of that, Mikhail Markhel’s side can look forward to the European Championship qualifying play-offs.

Getting anything from Saturday’s trip to Monchengladbach will surely be a step too far for Markhel’s men. Still, Belarus will enjoy the occasion as they look ahead to the play-offs next year.

Germany vs Belarus Tips & Odds

Germany to be winning at half time and full time at 3/10
Team to score over 1.5 goals in first half – Germany at Evens
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 14th, 2019 at 12:10 p.m.)

Germany vs Belarus Predictions

Germany win: On paper, this should be a comfortable victory for the three-time European Championship champions. Although the Germans have not quite been at their brilliant best over the past 18 months or so, Low’s men don’t usually lose on home soil. With Belarus winning only one game in the past year, this should be a walk in the park for the hosts.

In the reverse fixture at the Borisov Arena a few months back, Sane’s goal gave Germany a 1-0 lead at the break, which Reus doubled in the second period. I fancy the Germans to be winning at half time and full time in this one, which is available at 3/10.

Germany have opened the scoring in all six of their Group C fixtures to this point, going on to win five of those. The home team will want to be quick out of the blocks in this one, so have a punt on Germany to score over 1.5 goals in the first half at evens.


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