EURO Qualification Betting Preview: Germany vs Netherlands

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We’re giving you the most exciting clash of tonight’s internationals, so check out our EURO Qualification Betting Preview for the tilt between Germany and Netherlands. Germany could practically secure their place to the European Championship with three points here after already defeating the Oranje at Johan Cruijff Arena earlier this year. The Netherlands, on the other hand, must stay unbeaten tonight or else their chances to make it to the tournament will be minimised.

Germany vs Netherlands EURO Qualification Betting Preview

•  Euro Qualification

•  Volksparkstadion, Hamburg

•  Friday 6 September

•  20:45 CET

Germany Team News and Latest Form

Germany welcome the Netherlands for this UEFA European Championship qualification match, after previously winning the reverse fixture 3-2. They opened the scoring within the first 15 minutes of that game and held a 2-0 lead at half-time.

After relegation in the UEFA Nations League, Germany have bounced back with three consecutive ECQ victories, scoring the opener within 15 minutes in each game. Impressively, they’ve scored in all six halves of ECQ football played so far, winning five of those halves to nil.

In fact, the last time Germany lost a qualifier at home (Euro and WC), was back in 2007 (W24, D4 since). Also, each of their last four competitive games (home/away) saw Germany lead 2-0 at one point.

Timo Werner has scored five goals in three Bundesliga games and netted a first-half opener in the last home H2H. Germany have won to nil in five of their previous six home qualifier games (EURO/WC).

Netherlands Team News and Latest Form

The Netherlands journey here after failing to win any of their previous three competitive games within 90 minutes (D1, L2). They failed to score before half-time in all three fixtures (HT: D1, L2).

Conceding first appears to be a problem for the visitors, as seen by the fact that they conceded the opener in the last 14 competitive games that they failed to win in regular time (D4, L10). However, the Netherlands also won all 12 competitive matches where they netted the match opener during that same period.

UEFA Player of the Year Virgil van Dijk scored an injury-time equaliser for the Netherlands in the previous H2H played in Germany. The Netherlands have scored only two first-half goals across their last eight competitive away games (W2, D2, L4). They scored six of their last seven goals against Germany after half-time.

Germany vs Netherlands Head to Head

Germany won six of the previous 19 H2H encounters (D8, L5), including the latest clash while their home record against the Oranje stands at W3, D4, L2. The rivals have met twice on German soil in this decade, and Germany recorded a win while the most recent duel ended 2-2.

Germany vs Netherlands EURO Qualification Betting Preview

The last two games between these rivals produced nine goals in total while both teams scored 2+ goals in each meeting. Four of the previous five H2H matches in Germany produced goals on both ends, and I expect that in this one as well. My EURO Qualification Betting Pick for the game between Germany and Netherlands is BTTS and over 2.5 goals at 1.83 (-120). Stay with us in coming days and check out Betting Tips for more EURO Qualification matches.

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