This international preview sees one of the great clashes, as Germany take on England at the Signal Iduna Park on Wednesday evening.

Germany vs England – Wednesday 22nd March 2017 – 19:45 - ITV

GermanyGermany are 3/4 with Mario Gomez at 7/2 to score first.

Germany welcome England to the Signal Iduna Park in an International friendly, with both sides looking to better their recent draws.

Lowe's side come into this match on the back of a 0-0 draw against Italy, back in November of last year.

It was a match of few opportunities, with both sides of great pedigree cancelling each other out.

The result was a better one for Germany, who produced a solid defensive display at the Giuseppe Meazza.

Germans In Great Form

The World Cup Winners have been in excellent form of late, they are unbeaten in their last six matches.

Lowe's men are top of their European Qualification Group, they have a five point cushion in group C.

In a group that contains Northern Ireland, Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, Norway and San Marino there should be no alarms.

Their last qualification match saw them rack up an incredible eight goals, with the minnows San Marino suffering on that occasion.

Same Again For Germany

The match against England sees Germany emerge as favourites, with their excellent form finding favour with the bookies.

They face a England side who are still building, with manager Gareth Southgate still relatively new in the job.

The Germans will be looking to build on their excellent overall record against England, they have won 7, drawn 1 and lost 6 of their 14 meetings.

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England In Good Form

The Three Lions come into this match on the back of a 2-2 draw against Spain, back in November of last year.

It was the perfect start for England, with Adam Lallana converting the opener from the penalty spot in the 9th minute.

Jamie Vardy (48), doubled England's lead just after the restart, with England on the verge of a groundbreaking result.

Iago Aspas (89) ruined England's clean sheet late on, the fightback was truly on at this stage.

Isco completed the comeback deep into injury time (90+7), with the Spanish completing an incredible draw.

Mixed Start To Life

It's a result that will have disappointed Southgate, with England throwing away an excellent position in the dying minutes.

They still regard themselves as a side in transition, they will be building for the World Cup in Russia.

England find themselves top of Group F after wins against Malta and Scotland, they have drawn against Slovenia as well.

Lions Underdogs

The match against Germany is another interesting marker, they can gain no points but will be facing one of the best sides in International football.

Germany will give Southgate an excellent indication of their current level, although this will not help them when the major tournament begins.

England will be looking to draw on their last fixture, which was a 3-2 win at the Olympiastadion this time last year.

England are 18/5 with Jamie Vardy, Jermain Defoe and Marcus Rashford all at 8/1 to open the scoring.


Betting Tips

Tip 1 – Muller to score first @ 9/2

Tip 2 – Germany to win 3-1 @ 12/1

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