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Germany v Greece Euro 2012 Preview & Tips
The Greek drama continues when the Euro 2004 champions face the mighty Germans on the 22nd of June. The match kicks off at 18:45 GMT.
Germany is looking invincible at the moment. Steamrolling Group B seemed like a walk in the park for the Joachim Low’s team; although all their three wins were with narrow final score-lines, you just can’t help but feel the electricity running through the team as if they are going to create a moment of magic minute after minute. Come to think of it, Germany was after all coming from the hardest group of the tournament. Winning such group takes more than luck; Germany displayed unequalled talent, skill, and emotional steadiness to win it all.
In Mario Gomez Germany has the possible Euro 2012 pichichi winner. The Bayern Munich striker has three goals in the bag already. Although failing to hit the back of the net in their last outing, Gomez created the first goal of the game – which Lukas Podolski finished – underlining his two-prong threat of scoring and creating. This man never fails to impress for his club and country, and you could say that a major trophy should be the cherry on top of a successful year so far.
When everybody saw Greece falling out of the tournament on their first day draw to Poland was followed by a disappointing match against the Czechs. Winning against Russia on the last group stage match however proved to make the difference – perhaps the biggest difference in the entire tournament. The win propelled them to second place – tied with Russia – with head-to-head advantage on their side. And so the question persists now, do the Greeks still have enough magic to continue progressing in the tournament?
Beneath all the hype however is a Greece side lacking in conviction. Political issues at home have been making the headlines and although far removed from football, you could say that it affects the Greeks’ football in one way or another. At this point many fans feel that Greece has to bleed just to get goals scored, and in this game, it’s no different. Then again, with or without goals, you can count on the drama to continue; the Greeks play with all heart and this game should be an intense, heavy one.
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Germany looks very certain to take this game. Greece has hurdled one challenge after the other yes, but you really couldn’t see them finding around the prolific Germans. The least you could expect is for them to offer a good challenge for the Germans, but after a good wave of chances – and perhaps a goal on the scoreboard for Die Mannschaft – a flood of chances should open up for them. The pressure will be too much for Greece to soak and a good night for the Germans will definitely see them score a haul in this one.
Verdict: Germany to win, 2-0.
Tip: Germany to win at 1.33 is almost certain, but for those who are fans of massive upsets, a Greece victory at 11.00 – although quite risky – is massively rewarding by the looks of it alone.
A 2-0 victory of the Germans is at 5.50; expect them to slow down and control the game after the second unanswered goal. As for your goalscorers, well it’s still Mario Gomez for the taking. He is at a humble 1.83 to score any moment in the game.
All odds are from Bet365.com (£200 FREE BET!).