Spain vs Germany Odds & betting tips

Stadium:Al Bayt Stadium (Al Khor)
Referee:D. Makkelie

Tournament table

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Group A
#TeamMP Matches PlayedMPW WONWD LossDL looseLGF Goals ForGFGA Goals AgainstGAPTS PointsPTS
1Netherlands3210517
2Senegal3201546
3Ecuador3111434
4Qatar3003170
Group B
#TeamMP Matches PlayedMPW WONWD LossDL looseLGF Goals ForGFGA Goals AgainstGAPTS PointsPTS
1England3210927
2USA3120215
3Iran3102473
4Wales3012161
Group C
#TeamMP Matches PlayedMPW WONWD LossDL looseLGF Goals ForGFGA Goals AgainstGAPTS PointsPTS
1Argentina3201526
2Poland3111224
3Mexico3111234
4Saudi Arabia3102353
Group D
#TeamMP Matches PlayedMPW WONWD LossDL looseLGF Goals ForGFGA Goals AgainstGAPTS PointsPTS
1France3201636
2Australia3201346
3Tunisia3111114
4Denmark3012131
Group E
#TeamMP Matches PlayedMPW WONWD LossDL looseLGF Goals ForGFGA Goals AgainstGAPTS PointsPTS
1Japan3201436
2Spain3111934
3Germany3111654
4Costa Rica31023113
Group F
#TeamMP Matches PlayedMPW WONWD LossDL looseLGF Goals ForGFGA Goals AgainstGAPTS PointsPTS
1Morocco3210417
2Croatia3120415
3Belgium3111124
4Canada3003270
Group G
#TeamMP Matches PlayedMPW WONWD LossDL looseLGF Goals ForGFGA Goals AgainstGAPTS PointsPTS
1Brazil3201316
2Switzerland3201436
3Cameroon3111444
4Serbia3012581
Group H
#TeamMP Matches PlayedMPW WONWD LossDL looseLGF Goals ForGFGA Goals AgainstGAPTS PointsPTS
1Portugal3201646
2South Korea3111444
3Uruguay3111224
4Ghana3102573
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Lineups

Spain

PlayerGoalsGames
Starting Lineups
Starting Lineups
23Unai Simón
18Jordi Alba
20Dani Carvajal
24Aymeric Laporte
5Sergio Busquets
21Dani Olmo
16Rodri
26Pedri
9Gavi
10Marco Asensio
11Ferran Torres
Luis Enrique Coach

Germany

PlayerGoalsGames
Starting Lineups
Starting Lineups
1M. Neuer
2A. Rüdiger
15N. Süle
5T. Kehrer
3D. Raum
21İ. Gündoğan
8L. Goretzka
6J. Kimmich
13T. Müller
10S. Gnabry
14J. Musiala
H. Flick Coach

Spain vs Germany Prediction

The evening of Sunday 27th November 2022 sees Spain taking on Germany in each team’s second match of the group stage. With Spain the narrow favourites to top the group but both teams expected to perform well in Group E, it should be an exciting match. Given that at their last match, Spain thrashed Germany 6-0, Germany may well be looking to avenge that this time around.

In terms of World Cup history, both teams have experienced success in the not too distant past; Germany last won the World Cup in 2014 while Spain won the competition prior to that, in 2010. No doubt both teams will want to replicate their previous success, this time around, making for an interesting match in this group stage.

Spain Latest News

Spain easily topped their qualifying group, winning six of their eight matches and losing only once, in a narrow defeat to Sweden. Many of Spain’s international team players play for top European league clubs, including Rodri (Manchester City), Jordi Alba (Barcelona) and Álvaro Morata (Atlético Madrid), so they have a good quality squad.

The 15 goals racked up by Spain during qualifying, were scored by no less than seven players across the squad, so they have a decent depth of goal-scoring ability. The team is composed of a mixture of younger players and older, more experienced ones, which could provide them with a good mix of energy and big tournament experience.

Key points for Spain:

  • Pretty strong side, with reasonable odds of winning the tournament.
  • Finished top of their qualifying group.
  • Range of strength and experience in the squad.

Germany Latest News

Germany’s national team also topped their qualifying group, with a whopping 36 goals scored by 13 different players over a series of ten matches, and an impressive goal difference of 32. However, it could be argued that they had a relatively ‘easy’ qualifying group.

In general though, the success of Germany’s squad has waned in recent years, since the promotion of Hansi Flick from assistant to head coach following the departure of Joachim Löw. Not only that, the recent injury of key goalscorer Leroy Sané may spell trouble for Germany. Sané tore his left thigh muscle during his team’s Bayern Munich 5-0 win over Freiburg in mid-October. After scoring four goals in qualifying, Germany could find their match against Spain tough if Sané isn’t back to full fitness in time for their clash.

Key points for Germany:

  • Squad has plenty of goalscorers who performed well in qualifying.
  • Finished top of their qualifying group.
  • Injury may scupper a tournament win, although the odds are still pretty good.

Betting tips for Spain vs Germany

Now for our Spain vs Germany prediction: Given that both teams are considered the strongest in their group (Spain will have played Costa Rica and Germany will have faced Japan earlier in the week), we would expect both teams to be going into this match with a win under their belt, with three points apiece.

When it comes to Spain vs Germany betting tips, considering the two teams are pretty evenly matched, having drawn at two of their last four meetings, this game has ‘draw’ written all over it, too. Also, aside from their most recent head to head, when Spain surprised everyone by scoring six goals, all other clashes between the two sides have resulted in fewer than 2.5 total goals. These factors will all be taken into account by bookmakers when generating Spain vs Germany odds.

All things considered, our Spain vs Germany tips would be to look for favourable Spain vs Germany betting odds on a draw, or Under 2.5 goals.