Germany vs Israel : Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview

Germany will be looking to warm up for the World Cup in fine style when they host Israel on Saturday evening (7:45pm)

Germany vs Israel: Betting Tips

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Germany vs Israel: Predictions

Germany vs Israel: Predictions

Bet Prediction Best odds
BTTS? yes 7/4 with SBK
Correct score 3-1 11/1 with Livescore Bet
First Goalscorer Ilkay Gundogan 13/2 with Bet365

Germany are on a good run of form since the Euros defeat to England winning each of their last seven. Israel have won just two of their last five and these victories came over Moldova and the Faroe Islands.

Goals have been the order of the day in Germany games with their last six going over 2.5 goals and five of these going over 3.5. Israel have seen both teams score in five of their last six.

At their own place, you have to go back to September 2019 for the last time Germany lost a home friendly. Israel are not a good road side losing each of their last three and four of five on their travels.

Hansi Flick is the man in the Germany dugout now and he oversaw a comfortable qualifying campaign. Israel are led by Marco Balbul while on the pitch Eran Zhavi of PSV carries their main goal threat.

Germany vs Israel: Match Stats

Backing the hosts to win this seems the obvious play given the confidence they are playing with recently. Israel do carry a goal threat in Zhavi and Bundesliga based player Moanes Dabbur so back a Germany victory and both teams to score.

Ilkay Gundogan grabbed five goals in qualifying and is most likely the man on penalties if on the pitch. He also is given licence to get forward and join the attack so back him to score at any time.

Germany vs Israel: Squawka Says

Scoreline prediction: Germany 3-1 Israel

Germany vs Israel: Odds


Germany vs Israel: Head to Head

31 May 2012: Germany 2-0 Israel- Friendly

13 February 2002- Germany 7-1 Israel- Friendly

26 February 1997- Israel 0-1 Germany- Friendly

These two sides have not met since May 2012 but for what it is worth Germany have won all three meetings in the last 25 years between the pair.

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