Spain vs Germany: Betting tips, predictions, odds & match preview
A place in the Uefa Nations League finals is on the line when Spain host Germany on Tuesday night.
Spain vs Germany: Predictions
Germany have the slight advantage going into the final fixture of Group A4, currently sitting top unbeaten on nine points.
Last time out they came from a goal down to beaten Ukraine 3-1 in Leipzig, taking full advantage of Spain’s draw with Switzerland, in which Luis Enrique’s side needed a late equaliser.
Spain also needed a late equaliser when these two sides met at the start of the group, with Jose Gaya’s 96th-minute strike cancelling out Timo Werner’s opener.
Qualification for Germany would complete the turnaround from their first Nations League campaign in which they were relegated, before being saved by a reshuffle.
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Spain vs Germany: Stats
After a disastrous 2018, Germany have turned themselves around and are in very good form when it comes to getting results. Since the start of 2019 Germany have lost just one of their 17 games, and are unbeaten in their past 12 matches. Spain have also lost just once since the start of 2019, however, that defeat was a lot more recent, with Ukraine earning a win last month.
A battle of Chelsea forwards past and present, both Timo Werner and Alvaro Morata are in good scoring form for club and country. Since the start of 2020/21, Werner has scored 12 goals in 17 games, while Morata has six in 10.
03 September 2020: Germany 1-1 Spain (Nations League)
23 March 2018: Germany 1-1 Spain (Friendly)
18 November 2014: Spain 0-1 Germany (Friendly)
07 July 2010: Germany 0-1 Spain (World Cup)
29 June 2008: Germany 0-1 Spain (Euro 2008)
Games between Spain and Germany, two of the top countries in world football, have come few and far between in recent years. Tuesday’s game will be just the eighth time these two have met since 2000, with Spain having the upperhand.
They have won three of the seven games so far, to Germany’s two, though Spain’s past two victories came in competitive football en route to winning Euro 2008 and the World Cup.