Germany vs Estonia Betting Predictions 11/06/2019

Germany vs Estonia Betting Predictions 11/06/2019
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Germany vs Estonia Betting Prediction: Germany wins both halves
Odds:
1.44
Stake:
8
Competition:
Euro 2020 Qualifiers
Date:
11.06.2019

Read below our full prediction for Germany vs Estonia

Kick it again and then go on vacation. The German national team wants to take the next step towards EURO 2020. Basically, we are already assuming that the team of national coach Löw will be at the start of the European Championship. Therefore, the goal is not only to secure the ticket, but to qualify sovereign, as Oliver Bierhoff repeatedly makes clear. Germany wants to prove that claim again on Tuesday, when the team from Estonia in Mainz will be a guest. The Germans strive for the third victory in the third qualifier.


In the table of the group C is currently still the team from Northern Ireland forward. The British have taken nine points from three games, but only played twice against Estonia and once against Belarus. With Germany and Holland, the thick chunks are still waiting. The DFB kickers get six points from two games. Holland follows with three points and Estonia and Belarus can not yet count anything. Therefore, prior to the duel between Germany and Estonia, a prediction on a home win is nothing that would upset the football world. A German national team has never lost against a team from the Baltic States anyway. We do not lean too far out of the window, if we say that this thesis will endure even after the match on Tuesday.

Today’s Betting Prediction 🇩🇪 Germany vs 🇪🇪 Estonia

The only question is, with what result Germany will end the international season. One or the other will certainly worry about placing a tip on a handicap victory in the duel between Germany and Estonia. However, the team of interim coach Marcus Sorg will probably have to deal again with a very low-profile opponent. There is still development potential in this regard. Therefore, we would rather approach this story with caution. In any case, it is certain that the German team is likely to have 80 percent of possession, which is what we will see.

Germany – Statistics & Current Form

One can undoubtedly see in Germany that the team has developed. A field that still needs to be played, is to work against low-standing opponents scoring opportunities. This requires speed and the outdoor players must try to get to the baseline. Simple means such as a double pass will be required. Of these, very little was to be seen against Belarus. Even though the victory was clear and safe, not a few experts felt this game was a small step backwards, because the ball possession football, which led to the early World Cup at the end, was for long stretches again only the usual ball attachment. Maybe the audience will see a little more humor against the Estonians, which in the game between Germany and Estonia would bring the odds of a handicap victory back into the game. We do not like to believe in defeat. Of the last 16 home games Germany has lost only one. The last home defeat in the European Championship qualification is back even twelve years.

Even the current form can be seen with five games without defeat. The early World Cup outings and the descent into the Nations League now seem to have been shelved. Against Belarus on Saturday was partly joy of playing to recognize, but for some taste the passes were missing in the depth. The German team is still very young and therefore we can expect the next step to be taken. It will be another year until Euro 2020. It may well be looked optimistically into the future.

“Against Estonia we hope for more goals in front of the home crowd and a good game at the end.” – Marcus Sorg

The goals in the 2-0 victory in Belarus were achieved by Leroy Sane and Marco Reus.

By the way, both hits fell to quick combinations with direct passing play. Marcus Sorg wants to see more of this against Estonia. He makes it clear that the goalie is still developable and that the German national team wants to say goodbye to the holiday with a good match. There should be few or no changes in personnel. That sounds like a basic corset has already been found. Leon Goretzka, Timo Werner or Thilo Kehrer could possibly move into the starting lineup. In any case, Toni Kroos, who was granted a break from the national coach, will be missing.

Expected formation of Germany:
↳ Neuer – Süle, Ginter, Tah – Schulz, Kimmich, Gündogan, Klostermann – Sane, Reus, Gnabry
↳ Trainer: Sorg

Last matches of Germany:

⚽️ 08.06.2019 – Belarus vs Germany 0: 2 (European Championship Qualification)
⚽️ 24.03.2019 – Holland vs. Germany 2: 3 (European Championship Qualification)
⚽️ 20.03.2019 – Germany vs Serbia 1: 1 (friendly)
⚽️ 19.11.2018 – Germany vs Holland 2: 2 (Nations League)
⚽️ 15.11.2018 – Germany vs Russia 3: 0 (friendly)

Estonia – Statistics & Current Form

In Estonia almost everything is turned upside down at the moment. The team should be rejuvenated, not radical, but with a sense of proportion. Martin Reim should be the right man for that, but if we look at the latest results, maybe we should question that story a bit. Estonia has won only one of the last nine competitive games.

Last Saturday, the Estonians wanted to collect the first points in the European Championship qualifiers. At home against Northern Ireland, it looked like a long time later than if this mission could be successful. Veteran Konstantin Vassilijev took the lead after less than half an hour with a direct free-kick. In the further course of the game but it became clear that the Baltic air runs out more and more.

“I hope the boys will gain experience quickly and become stronger.” – Martin Reim

Northern Ireland scored two goals in the closing stages and Estonia was empty handed after the 2-1 defeat. With high hopes, the Estonians are now not in the game in Mainz. National coach Martin Reim hopes that his team will develop quickly to then at least be able to beat teams like Northern Ireland in the future.

We do not expect any major changes in the lineup in Estonia either. But a very important man will be missing. The ex-Bundesliga player Ragnar Klavan has asked not to be nominated for these two internationals, which the team from the Baltic States just on the defensive a lot of experience and stability will be missing.

Expected lineup of Estonia:
↳ Lepmets – Pikk, Mets, Vihmann, Teniste – Cold, Dmitrijev – Sinyaskiy, Vassilijev, Zenjov – Sappinen
↳ Trainer: Reim

Last matches of Estonia:

⚽️ 08.06.2019 – Estonia vs. Northern Ireland 1: 2 (European Championship Qualification)
⚽️ 26.03.2019 – Gibraltar Vs. Estonia 0: 1 (friendly)
⚽️ 21.03.2019 – Northern Ireland vs. Estonia 2: 0 (European Championship Qualification)
⚽️ 15.01.2019 – Iceland vs. Estonia 0: 0 (Non-FIFA Friendlies)
⚽️ 11.01.2019 – Finland vs. Estonia 1: 2 (Non-FIFA Friendlies)

Germany vs Estonia Direct Comparison

Germany and Estonia have met three times so far. So we assume that no conclusions can be drawn from this for the current game. Germany has won all three encounters with the Estonians. The last match dates from June 1939. At that time, Germany won in Tallinn by goals from Ernst Lehner and Reinhard Schaletzki 2-0. These two gentlemen probably should not even be the biggest experts anymore. Reichstrainer was at that time already a man with Sepp Herberger, whose name has until today in German football a good sound. From 1940, the nation lost its independence for five decades.

Germany vs Estonia Our Best Betting Prediction Explained

It’s been 80 years since teams from Germany and Estonia met on the football field. The Germans have been able to win all duels against the Estonians so far. Today, however, the difference between these two teams is unlikely to have narrowed, probably the opposite is the case. The DFB kickers want to take the momentum of the last games now in the last international match before the summer break. We assume that it will succeed, so of course we would favor in the match between Germany and Estonia, a tip for a home win. The odds are so low that we have to come up with something different to make a decent profit.

Key Facts – Germany vs Estonia tips

⭐️ Germany has not lost in the last five internationals.
⭐️ Since 2007, there was no defeat for the DFB team in the European Championship qualifiers.
⭐️ Germany has never lost to a team from the Baltic States.

However, the Estonians are not completely underestimated, because they have won not so long ago in Greece. Nevertheless, we think that the German team will win both halves in this match, especially if they are going to be more consistent than in Belarus. Therefore, in the match between Germany and Estonia we use the betting odds on wins of the German team in both halves, which amounts to at least 1.44.

 

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