Germany vs Ukraine Free Betting Tips – Nations League 2020

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Germany vs Ukraine Free Betting Tips - Nations League 2020

⚽️ Competition: UEFA Nations League 2020
🗓 Date: 11/14/2020
🥅 Betting Tips: Handicap: Home win -1.5
⚽️ Odds: 1.85
💳 Stake: 7/10 units

Germany vs Ukraine Free Betting Tips – Nations League 2020

Can the DFB team finally shine again?

The starting position for the German national soccer team is quite simple before the two outstanding match days in the UEFA Nations League: If the DFB-Elf wins on Saturday at home against Ukraine and on the following Tuesday in Spain, they will qualify as group winners for the final tournament in October 2021.

Against this background, it is absolutely understandable that the odds of the best bookmakers between Germany and Ukraine imply a clear favourite role in favour of Löw’s protected. Despite several disappointing appearances and playful tours recently, the 2014 world champion can be rated much better than the Eastern Europeans.

But watch out: The team of the former star striker Andriy Shevchenko has already attracted attention in the current Nations League season with victories against Spain and Switzerland. However, these always arrive at home. Away, however, the last international win is over a year in the past.

In addition, before the match between Germany and Ukraine, a reliable prediction should be taken into account that national coach Jogi Löw ended the “experimental phase” after the recent success against the Czech Republic and announced that from now on he would regularly set up his best team in order to fine-tune himself for the EURO 2021 pick up. In this respect, we think it is very likely that “the team” will prevail on Saturday evening in Leipzig.

Germany – Statistics & current form

The German national soccer team has not lost eleven international matches in a row! What sounds like a remarkable track record for many is by no means as positive as expected at second glance. In particular, the achievements in the 2020 calendar year have so far been little lacklustre or even sobering.

The DFB-Elf has been unbeaten for eleven international matches

Not even the fact that the DFB-Elf could only win two of their six international matches this year and drew four times for them, but much more the way in which “the team” regularly gambled away slapstick-style tours and aggressively exploited opportunities, probably put Jogi Löw on the palm.

We may underestimate the 2014 world champion a little because only in the rarest of cases was the national coachable and willing to fall back on his best formation.

“We absolutely have to use the next two games and the one in March to find ourselves and get used to it.” – National coach Löw

But that will definitely change with the upcoming match. Already after the 1-0 win against the Czech Republic on Wednesday, Löw announced that he would no longer rotate a lot in terms of personnel in the few remaining international matches on the way to the European Championship finals next summer, but instead focus on functioning and well-rehearsed To shape collectively.

The time to experiment is over

Not least because of this, a tip on the home win between Germany and Ukraine should be forced on Saturday. Even if the DFB-Elf did not win a match with at least two goals difference in 2020, they would have had the opportunity several times to make victories look more confident. Should the world number 14. Being able to call up the existing potential and also play off the attacks better than before, in our eyes even beckons a handicap success.

Gosens, Baku, Schulz and the injured Hofmann left their quarters after the 1-0 win against the Czech Republic. The Bayern and Leipzig players, who we expect to be in the starting eleven at the weekend, are new. Toni Kroos, who is missing due to a yellow card suspension, is not available. Even without the strategist, everything indicates that the Germans will work out a final for group victory in Spain on Tuesday.

The probable lineup of Germany:

↪️ Neuer – Henrichs, Ginter, Rüdiger, Max – Gündogan, Neuhaus – Goretzka – Gnabry, Werner, L. Sané

Last matches from Germany:

Friendly match
⚽️ 11/11 2020 Germany 1 – 0 Czech Republic
UEFA Nations League A Grp. 4
⚽️ 10/13 2020 Germany 3 – 3 Switzerland
⚽️ 10/10 2020 Ukraine 1 – 2 Germany
Friendly match
⚽️ 10/07 2020 Germany 3 – 3 Turkey
UEFA Nations League A Grp. 4
⚽️ 09/06 2020 Switzerland 1 – 1 Germany

Ukraine – Statistics & current form

The Ukrainian national team has played a very decent Nations League season so far. Very few would have believed the supposed underdog of Group A4 to seriously intervene in the race for first place. After four out of six games, however, the yellow-blue teams still have every chance of being one of four teams in the 2021 final tournament.

The yellow-blue team have won two of the four matches mentioned so far. At home, both Spain and Switzerland could be brought to their knees. Only the home game against the German team was lost 2-1.

The fact that away games are on the program on Saturday and Tuesday could prove fatal for the Shevchenko team. Not much has been going on for the Eastern Europeans abroad.

Ukraine recently got under the wheels several times away from home

On the contrary: The only competitive game in the distance in the 2020 calendar year was lost 4-0 in Spain. There was also a sensitive 7-1 defeat at world champions France and a 2-0 defeat in Poland a few days ago. Three clear bankruptcies against qualitatively comparable opponents are definitely an argument to allude to the odds for a handicap success of the home side between Germany and Ukraine on Saturday.

Unlike in the first leg a month ago, national coach Shevchenko can fall back on what is probably his best player on Saturday. Manchester City’s Olexandr Zinchenko is also in the starting line-up, as is ex-Dortmund’s Yarmolenko and Ruslan Malinovskyi, who scored the 2-1 goal in October. However, not much will change in terms of alignment. Much more than the 27% possession as in the first leg will not be for the “Schowto-blakytni” this time either.

The probable lineup of Ukraine:
↪️ Pyatov – Konoplia, Matviienko, Kryvtsov, Sobol – Zinchenko, Stepanenko, Malinovskyi – Yarmolenko, Junior Moraes, Yaremchuk

Last matches from Ukraine:

Friendly match
⚽️ 11/11 2020 Poland 2 – 0 Ukraine
UEFA Nations League A Grp. 4
⚽️ 10/13 2020 Ukraine 1 – 0 Spain
⚽️ 10/10 2020 Ukraine 1 – 2 Germany
Friendly match
⚽️ 10/07 2020 France 7 – 1 Ukraine
UEFA Nations League A Grp. 4
⚽️ 09/06 2020 Spain 4 – 0 Ukraine

Germany vs Ukraine – Direct comparison / H2H balance

Almost exactly a month ago, the first leg of these two national teams took place in Ukraine. The DFB-Elf controlled the action over long distances but had to fear for the deserved three-point after the unnecessary connection goal in the 77th minute. In the end, thanks to goals from Ginter and Goretzka, it remained 2-1.

In the seventh direct duel, it was the fourth victory for the Germans. The other three matches ended in a draw. Even the Ukrainians are still waiting for their first full sense of achievement against the 2014 world champions. In Germany, by the way, the balance sheet is two wins in two games and 6-1 goal. In both 1996 and 2001, a handicap bet (-1.5) would have paid off.

Germany vs Ukraine betting odds in comparison

🥅 Betting Tips: Germany
⚽️ Odds: 1.33
🥅 Betting Tips: Draw
⚽️ Odds: 5
🥅 Betting Tips: Ukraine
⚽️ Odds: 9

Germany vs Ukraine Free Betting Tips Provided by CoreBet Tipsters

The German national soccer team has three important goals in front of their chest on Saturday evening. First, the DFB-Elf want to earn a real final for the group victory in the Nations League on Tuesday in Spain. Before the duel between Germany and Ukraine, the odds suggest that this scenario is highly likely.

Secondly, for coach Jogi Löw, among other things, it is about collecting important knowledge for the 2021 European Championship finals and thirdly, those responsible around Oliver Bierhoff would certainly not mind if more viewers were in front of the TV on the weekend than there were on Wednesday against them Czechs when even the junk show “Bares for Rares” generated better ratings.


Key facts – Germany vs Ukraine tips

Germany has been unbeaten in eleven international matches
Ukraine lost three away games in 2020, conceding 13 goals
A month ago, the DFB-Elf won the yellow-blue team 2-1 in the first leg

Eleven undefeated internationals in a row and the serious away weakness of the yellow-blue team speak for the 2014 world champion. The Shevchenko team conceded not only three bitter defeats in the three guest appearances in the current calendar year but also a total of 13 (!) Goals against. In addition, the first leg a month ago, which ended 2-1 for “the team”, has already mapped the way.

In our eyes, between Germany and Ukraine, the tip on the handicap victory of the favourite is the most attractive value.