19/06/2021 Daily Predictions: European Championship – Portugal vs Germany

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Portugal Vs. Germany match preview

Germany faces Portugal on Saturday evening at Allianz Arena in match-day two of the Euro 2020 campaign.

The Navigators kicked off the campaign with a 3-0 win against Hungary, the second half goals; brace from Cristiano Ronaldo and Raphael Guerreiro sealed a victory for Fernando Santos’ side.

Portugal now leads in group F with three points and will be looking to stretch their lead here. They have also featured in WC Qualifiers campaign winning twice and shared spoils with ten-man Serbia match ended 2-2 draw.

Die Mannschaft lost 1-0 against France in the opener match of the campaign, an own-goal from Mat Hummels was enough starter for Didier Deschamps’ side.

Germany has also featured three times in WC Qualifiers registering two wins and suffered a 2-1 defeat against North Macedonia. The results have placed them third with six points.   

Match Facts

  • Portugal have won seven times, drawn twice, and suffered a single loss in the last ten matches in all competitions this season.
  • The Navigators have registered six clean-sheets in their last ten matches in all competitions this season.
  • Germany has registered three clean sheets in the last ten matches in all competitions this season.
  • Die Mannschaft have won five times, drawn twice, and suffered three losses in the last ten matches in all competitions this season.
  • Fernando Santos’ men have at least registered more than two goals, seven in the last ten matches in all competitions this season.
  • Joachim Low’s side have registered a single away win in the last three matches in all competitions this season.

Portugal Vs. Germany Head to Head

In the last five matches, these teams thrice in European Championship and twice in World Cup; 2006 and 2014 respectively.

Back in 2014 these pair met in the opener match of the World Cup campaign in Group G stage, Germany ruthlessly destroyed ten-man Portugal 4-0, Thomas Muller scoring the first hat-trick of the 2014 World Cup.

Germany have beaten Portugal four times in their last five encounters, with Portugal managing a single victory, a match that ended 3-0. 

Portugal Team News

William Carvalho is the only doubt for Portugal. 

Germany Team News

Leon Goretzka will be expected to return for Saturday’s showdown from injury. 

Emre Can is expected to deputize Matthias Ginter who came off injured against France.

Portugal Vs. Germany Prediction

Germany knows the implication of losing again and will be aiming to curb exit prematurely here. Portugal on another hand, are heading into this clash with a bit of confidence after thrashing Hungary 3-0 in the opener match. 

They will be aiming at redeeming themselves from the history of losing against their opponent occasionally.

Our topbets pundit is predicting a win for Germany. Betway is backing the results with 2.23 odds while 1XBet is giving 2.26 Odds.

Goals – Over 2.5

Both teams have been producing more than two goals occasionally in various competitions and we expect over 2.5 Markets as predicted by our pundit.

Betway are backing the market with 2.05 while 1XBet is placing odds at 2.09.

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