Netherlands vs Germany Betting Preview – 24/03/2019

Netherlands vs Germany Betting Preview – 24/03/2019

Netherlands vs Germany

Netherlands welcome Germany to the Johan Cruijff Arena this Sunday for their second Euro 2020 qualifying fixture. The hosts 2ill look to build on the impressive first win they picked over Belarus earlier this week, but they can expect a much tougher game this weekend against Germany who have something to prove after a disappointing summer. Joachim Löw will want to secure all three points from this fixture, but Germany have failed to beat their opponents in the last two meetings, with them suffering a loss and a draw. Germany are strong favourites to qualify in first place from Group C, with them at a price of 8/13 with SkyBet.

Netherlands will be pleased to have kicked off their Euro campaign with a strong win over Belarus on Wednesday and they look in good shape to see off Germany this Sunday. These two sides met twice during the Nations League and Ronald Koeman’s men emerged victorious on one occasion with the second ending in a 2-2 draw. The last fixture that Oranje suffered a defeat came six games ago when they lost 2-1 to France and since then they have secured three wins and two draws. The hosts made light work of Belarus on Wednesday as they eased to a 4-0 win. SkyBet has Netherlands to beat Germany priced at 13/10.

Netherlands are a tough side to beat when playing them on their home turf with their last home defeat coming during March last year when they lost 1-0 to England. The following four home games have all ended in victories and more impressively have only conceded one goal during those fixtures. Memphis Depay stole the show against Belarus with the Lyon forward bagging a brace including a goal scored after just one minute. Betway has the forward to score anytime on Sunday priced at 13/8. The hosts have kept clean sheets in all of their last three home games and SkyBet has them to keep another priced at 5/2.

Germany have a lot to prove after disappointing outings during the Russia World Cup and the Nations League which saw early exits on both occasions. Joachim Löw will be expecting better things with a revitalised squad which he has introduced more youth into. Germany went up against Serbia in an international friendly midweek and where left disappointed once again when they were held to a 1-1 draw by a ten-man side. This is the second game they have drawn on the bounce and over the last five fixtures, Germany have only secured one win. SkyBet has them to win priced at 9/5.

Germany have only failed to score in one of their last five games and their leaky defence is to blame for their poor results recently. Bet365 has both teams to score in this meeting priced at 8/15. Germany head into this game as the away side which will not fill them with confidence, with them losing their last four away games.

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