On Tuesday night, France take on Germany at the Allianz Arena in Munich in what is the first heavyweight clash of the tournament as this is a battle of the last two World Cup winners.
Over the course of the season, these two sides average over 3.4 goals per game combined, with over 2.5 goals being scored in 60% of each sides’ matches.
The Over 2.5 Goals market has landed in France’s last two matches, having beaten both Wales and Bulgaria 3-0 in their final two warm-up games, with Olivier Giroud (2) and Antoine Griezmann scoring against the latter mentioned opponent.
Germany have had a mixed bag of results, as they have beaten the likes of Iceland and Latvia 3-0 and 7-1, but also drawn 1-1 with Denmark and even suffered a shock 2-1 loss to North Macedonia in late March, putting more doubts over their capabilities to win the tournament, having been on the receiving end of a humiliating 6-0 defeat to Spain last November.
The last time these two sides met was all the way back in October 2018, where a Griezmann brace helped France to a 2-1 win, despite falling behind to a 14th minute penalty from Real Madrid’s Toni Kroos.