Looking for a betting offer (18+ only) ahead of England vs Germany at Euro 2020? Sky Bet have a ‘Bet £10 and Get £40 in free bets’ offer available to new customers, and you could use it to claim a £10 free bet for every Euro 2020 quarter final. Scroll down for full details.
England vs Germany betting offer
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Sky’s sign-up offer gives new customers (18+ only) an opportunity to receive 4 x £10 free bet tokens once they open an account and place a £10 bet (first single & e/w bet only, at odds of 1/1 or greater.) As the 4 x £10 free bet tokens are able to be activated on football markets, this means you could choose to open an account, place a £10 bet on England vs Germany and subsequently use your free 4 x £10 bet tokens for each of the Euro 2020 quarter-finals.
Favourites France, Portugal and the Netherlands have already been eliminated and the draw is beginning to open up for some of the so-called smaller nations. England and Germany will both be hoping they can book their place in the next round and once the final ball is kicked at Wembley on Tuesday night, the quarter-final draw will be complete.
- Quarter final 1: Switzerland vs Spain
- Quarter final 2: Belgium vs Italy
- Quarter final 3: Czech Republic vs Denmark
- Quarter final 4: England/Germany or Sweden/Ukraine
England vs Germany stats
Gareth Southgate’s side face their old rivals at Wembley on Tuesday night and all the signs point towards an entertaining encounter. Neither team has hit top form at Euro 2020 thus far, with Germany minutes away from elimination in the group stages while the Three Lions struggled against Scotland and have been more lethargic than electric at times.
- England’s last four victories have all been 1-0.
- England have not won a European Championships knockout match in 90 minutes (D4 L2) in their history.
- Germany have reached the semi-final stage at least in each of the last three European Championships.
- Tuesday’s game will be the 13th meeting between England and Germany at Wembley.
England vs Germany form guide (most recent game first)