England v Germany Tip Forecast & odds 29.06.2021

England vs. Germany Tip & Quotes, 29.06.2021 – 18:00

On early Tuesday evening, June 29, 2021 at 6 p.m., the national teams of England and Germany will meet at London’s Wembley Stadium in the eighth round of the European Championships. The Three Lions were also minimalists in the last group game against the Czech Republic and won with only one goal. The 1966 World Champion entered the eighth finals unbeaten as a group winner (7 points). The DFB team struggled really hard against Hungary last Wednesday and just got away with the shock with a late goal. In the horror group F, World Champion France won the group (5 points). Germany came in second place (4) because they won the direct duel against the Portuguese, who also have four points on the credit side. The bravely fighting Hungarians retired as group last (2).

(Stand der EM 2021 Quoten: 24.06.2021, 17:35 Uhr)

The national team of Gareth Southgate were equally good against the Czech Republic and had the chance to score 1-0 after two minutes by Sterling, but his goalkeeper over the opposing keeper landed at the post. A few turns later, the forward cheered over the deserved 1:0 (12th). The Reprezentace didn’t even get into the game yet and was lucky that their goalkeeper Vaclik thwarted Kane’s big chance (26th). Then the Czechs had their first finish on the other side, the shot from Soucek had not reached Pickford and crossed just past the post (35th). After the change of sides, it was Harry Kane again who became an unfortunate raven at the European Championships. Again, the Tottenham forward gave a good opportunity to score 1-0 (50th). Subsequently, the action on the lawn flattened more and more. As in the previous two group games, the Three Lions withdrew once again and did not know how to use their qualities in the offensive. Only in the final minutes was there anything worth mentioning again – Czech Pekhart once scored a goal (83.) On the other side Henderson scored the alleged 2-0, but he stood offside (86.) – whistle.

The Southgate team qualified unbeaten for the eighth round of the European Championships and remained without conceding. The group matches against Croatia (1:0), Scotland (0:0) and the Czech Republic (1:0) all took place in Wembley, Germany, and did not exactly bear witness to noisy football festivals. The Three Lions have one of the best offensive series in the world, but can’t bring this quality to the grass. Nevertheless, it is an increase to the last EURO 2016. At that time there were only five points after the preliminary round – Russia (1:1), Wales (2:1), Slovakia (0:0) as well as the subsequent embarrassment in the quarter-finals against Iceland (1:2).

Raheem Sterling scored the two goals in the tournament from English champion Manchester City. This gives the English a better goalscoring ratio than the already retired national teams Finland, Scotland and Turkey.

Champions League winners Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell of Chelsea London are still in Corona quarantine after being in contact with infected Scottish international Gilmour. The follow-up tests in the coming days will show whether the duo will be able to compete against Germany on Tuesday.

Latest matches from England

England: 4 victories – 1 draw – 0 defeats

(Status: 24.06.2021)

The eaglemen and the group outsider Hungary fought a fight in the Munich Allianz-Arena in the pouring rain, but they mostly missed playful elements. After four minutes, Kimmich scored the first goal approach for the DFB team. On the other side, the Hungarians used after a Bundesliga combination between Sallai (Freiburg) and Szalai (Mainz) to the 1:0 by the FSV striker (11.). The team of federal coach Joachim Löw was once again in demand and ran behind – Gosens (17th), Hummels an die Latte (21st) and Ginter (22nd) just failed. The Hungarians, who were still cheeky in the early stages, withdrew. The 2014 World Championship winner was increasingly reduced and could no longer win any chances. A shot from Havertz was the best opportunity until the break (45th). On the other hand, the opportunity to score 2-0 was even better for the guests (39th, Sallai). In the second round the rain stopped in Bavaria, but the offensive problems of the Germans did not stop – Havertz tested Gulacsi (52nd), but that was it. The Magyars set a free kick in the person of Sallai at the outpost (62.). Four minutes later, after a header by Kai Havertz, Germany was able to equalise 1-1 (66th). Half way through the jubilation Schäfer met for the „guests“ by head for a new lead and shocked the favourite a second time (68.). As in the 2018 World Cup, Germany had to race against the group-out and only became dangerous again in the final phase. After Kroos missed a good chance (81.), it was a co-production of the substitutes who scored the re-equalization – Musiala initiated, Timo Werner’s shot blocked and the bouncer landed in front of Goretzka’s feet, hammering the leather into the goal 2-2 (84.). That 84th minute in which Helmut Rahn Germany scored the first World Cup title against highly favoured Hungarians in 1954. Germany just prevented the end of the preliminary round and will have to increase in the knockout phase.

The Löw-Elf lost only the opening match against World Champion France in the final round of the European Championships (0:1). On the 2nd day of the match, European champion Portugal was cleaned 4-2 before sharing the points with Hungary (2-2). The biggest shortcoming of the DFB team in this tournament is the defensive, which has always conceded at least one goal in every game so far and is thus one of the most vulnerable defensive rows of the EURO. The three-time European Champion came to the European Championships semi-finals in France five years ago. At that time they were defeated by France (0-2) in the round of the last four teams. The World Cup two years later in Russia was an embarrassment par excellence and after three preliminary rounds over – Mexico (0:1), Sweden (2:1), South Korea (0:2).

With six EM goals, the German team is one of the better offensive teams. However, the Löw-men also achieved only four booths themselves. There were two own goals against Portugal, which brought Germany to victory. Kai Havertz (Chelsea London) is the best clipper in the DFB jersey with two hits. Robin Gosens (Atalanta Bergamo) and Leon Goretzka (Bavaria Munich) networked once each.

Thomas Müller is fit again and was even surprisingly substituted against Hungary. Surely Lukas Klostermann from RB Leipzig will still be missing. The defensive specialist is working on a muscle fiber tear.

Recent Matches from Germany

Germany: 2 wins – 2 draws – 1 defeat

3 victories England – 1 draw – 5 victories Germany

There is no favourite between England and Germany in London’s Wembley Stadium. Both national teams did not convince in the group stage, while the Three Lions were able to stay unbeaten and scored seven points. The DFB team had to concede a narrow defeat to France and only achieved a full success against Portugal. The vulnerable German defense hits the innocent offensive line of the island kickers. Conversely, the good line of attack of the Germans meets the best defense in the tournament. The Southgate team has not scored a goal in the European Championship, but has also scored only two goals. The day’s form will be decided by the European Championship eighth finals in the English capital. We bet on few goals in Wembley and a decision after penalty shootouts. Traditionally, the eagle bearers assert themselves there again from the point and move into the quarter-finals.

For this EM tip forecast, we tend to bet under 2.5 goals. The EM Bet Tip wins if no more than two goals are scored in the match between England and Germany. The EM rates offered here are in the range of 1.70.

All risk-averse betting friends can also bet that the DFB team will prevail against England in the penalty shootout. Here the odds are in the range beyond the 10.0 mark.

Bet Tip Bundesliga Trend: Under 2.5 Goals (Less than 2.5)

Wettquote bei Unibet*: 1.74 (Odds: 24.06.2021, 17:35 Uhr)

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