On Tuesday night, England take on Germany at Wembley Stadium in what is the first competitive meeting between the two sides since Germany’s 4-1 demolition of the Three Lions at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Gareth Southgate’s side topped Group D having beaten both Croatia and the Czech Republic 1-0, with Raheem Sterling scoring the winner in both games, as well as drawing 0-0 with Scotland.
Germany scraped through Group F, having won just one of their three matches which came in the 4-2 hammering of Portugal on matchday two, where Atalanta’s Robin Gosens managed a goal and two assists. Joachim Loew’s sides other two matches were a 1-0 defeat to France in their opening match, following an own goal by Mats Hummels, as well as a 2-2 draw with Hungary on matchday three.
Kai Havertz & Raheem Sterling Both to Score – 28/1
Kai Havertz and Sterling are priced at 28/1 on boosted odds to score in this match. Both players have been in good goalscoring form so far at Euro 2020, as Chelsea’s Havertz found the back of the net against Portugal and Hungary, playing a vital role in Die Mannschaft staying in the tournament at present, whilst Sterling has scored both of England’s goals at the Euros in their 1-0 victories against Croatia and the Czech Republic.
Both Teams to Score & Over 2.5 Goals - 11/8
England against Germany will likely be a game that will have plenty of goals in it despite the Three Lions only finding the back of the net on two occasions compared to the six Die Mannschaft have scored.
The last time both teams scored in an England game was in their 2-1 victory against Poland at Wembley in late March where Harry Maguire scored the winner late on. Southgate’s side have scored in eight of their last nine international matches, with their 0-0 draw with Scotland on matchday two being the anomaly.
Meanwhile, Germany haven’t kept a clean sheet in their last six matches across all competitions since their 2-1 defeat to North Macedonia in World Cup qualifying in March, Low’s side followed up this shock defeat by beating Latvia 7-1, as well as drawing 1-1 with Denmark in the run-up to the tournament.