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Switzerland v Germany Preview & Tips (26th May)
Switzerland and Germany lock horns on May 26. The international friendly starts at 13:00 GMT.
Switzerland couldn’t make it past two-straight as far as their Euro qualification history is concerned. They weren’t as good as Swiss fans would have wanted their team to be, losing out to Montenegro on the final group standings by a solitary point. Then again, Montenegro couldn’t make it to the group stages this summer as they had to face a stronger Czech Republic in the qualifying play-offs – a phenomenon that perhaps would have happened even if it was Switzerland taking Montenegro’s place.
Switzerland has met Germany twice in the past, losing both games with Germany scoring no less than three goals in each. Even if the statistic doesn’t make itself heard off, you’d probably fancy Germany team to cruise against Switzerland. In fact the form of the Swiss is already telling of this eventuality – they have only won two out of their latest five.
There’s not enough praise that could encapsulate the Germans in the years of late. The second-best team in the world at the moment is in fact seen to dethrone Spain in the coming years, with young talent rising through the ranks fast and smoothly. A good example is Mesut Ozil who made a name for himself in the 2010 World Cup. And then there’s Mario Gotze who many say will be bound to become one of Europe’s most wanted acquisition after this summer.
Germany is in the Group of Death; in a snakepit of sorts where Holland, Portugal and Denmark are also a part of. Germany, for all its worth, is the biggest snake in the pit and so should see no problem emerging out of it with minimal gashes. It a few weeks Germany will be in full show yet again, and there’s no time but now to start winning. It’s quite unfortunate for Switzerland to be facing the Germans at the moment.
Switzerland v Germany Betting Preview
Fancy to surprises this time around; Germany is too good to even consider a draw in this game. The Germans could be set for a blowout in this game, but at the back of it they will be trying to play it as mildly as possible so as not to injure any players with just weeks to go before Euro 2012. Only the final-score can be debated here.
Verdict: Germany to win against Switzerland, 3-0.
A Germany win is at 4/5. The Germans have been performing defensively well as of late, and couple this with Switzerland’s offense and you could expect a clean sheet to ensue in this game. A 3-0 scoreline is at 14/1 for Germany, 8/1 for 2-0, and 28/1 for 4-0. In all these scorelines, there’s nothing but massive rewards.
You’ll have plenty of possible scorers in the German side, but given recent form, there’s a good pun in Thomas Muller. Muller scored in the Champions League Final; the only goal in regular time for Bayern Munich. He is at 13/8 to score anytime in this game.
All odds are from Bet365.com (£200 FREE BET!).