Germany vs Netherlands for the UEFA Euro qualifiers match on Friday at Volksparkstadion Stadium.
Germany vs Netherlands prediction looks at the toughest Group C game in Euro 2020 qualifying.
For sure, we will have a tough match between two traditional European teams, so we do not expect a surprise, but a very close game.
The game takes place this Thursday at the Volksparkstadion in Hamburg, Germany.
The German team is unbeaten this year, although the only game played was against the Netherlands, in fact, the 3 × 2 result shows how the game was balanced.
The team has shown consistency in both halves of the game, thus winning the first and second half in the three meetings they had for the competition.
Although in their last game, they had an 8-0 thrashing at the weak Estonian team, in this case, we can say that the team actually played a training game that is not fit for team analysis.
In fact, against other opponents, the team plays conservatively as always. Interestingly, wins and losses are usually 1 or 2 goals apart.
The Netherlands lost their last game to the Portugal team by 1 × 0 for the League of Nations. In fact, the score expresses a really disputed game, but with an inevitable dominance of Portugal, who played at home.
In this case, there were 19 attempts by the Portuguese against only 5 of the Dutch team. Besides, the Netherlands had 55 per cent of the ball and had more attacking moves.
Most interestingly, the numbers look conflicting but express something interesting about the team. That is, good creativity in midfield and mastery of the ball, but the team has difficulties in finishing.
We can expect a very high-level game, so it is expected to be replicated as in the last meeting of the two teams. Germany, however, takes a little favouritism for what it showed in the previous direct confrontation.
Thus, there is an excellent chance that teams will play open, meaning that we have several scoring opportunities for both sides. Therefore, both teams are likely to score.