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

Germany welcome Latvia to Dusseldorf’s Merkur Spiel-Arena for an international friendly on Monday at 7.45pm BST.

Germany vs Latvia: Betting Tips

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Germany vs Latvia: Predictions

Germany are preparing for their last warm-up game ahead of the European Championship – and what will be their 26th successive major tournament finals.

Grouped with reigning champions Portugal and World Cup winners France, Joachim Low’s side will want to build be eager to build momentum ahead of the tournament – in which they have reached at least the semi-finals of the last three editions.

The three-time winners have been in better shape, having suffered a shock World Cup qualifying defeat against North Macedonia in March as well as a 6-0 drubbing from Spain a few months earlier.

But they do tend to peak around tournament time more often than not, and will be heavy favourites against a Latvia side boasting just two wins from their last 11 outings.

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Germany vs Latvia: Match Stats

Germany have only failed to find the net once in their last 25 games, while Latvia have struck a blank just twice in their 10 most recent outings.

The visitors’ hopes of obtaining a positive result are likely to rest on the shoulders of Liepaja striker Davis Ikaunieks, who has scored four times in as many internationals including a late equaliser in their recent 3-3 draw with Turkey.

Germany vs Latvia: Odds


Germany vs Latvia: Squawka Says

Scoreline prediction: Germany 3-1 Latvia

Germany vs Latvia: Head to Head

19 June 2004: Latvia 0-0 Germany – European Championship

It is just under 17 years since the only previous meeting between the two nations, which brought a goalless draw in the Euro 2004 group stages.

Both sides would be eliminated at the opening hurdle in Portugal.

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