Austria vs Germany – Preview, and Prediction
Austria vs Germany – Austria will be looking to build on their recent performance, which included a 0-2 victory against Estonia in the Euro Qualifiers. Konrad Laimer (26′) and Philipp Lienhart (40′) scored goals for Austria.
It has been a continuous pattern for Austria to score goals; in their most recent six matches, they have scored in each and every one of them.
In that time, they have scored 11 goals and given up a total of five. Time will tell, though, if the pattern continues in this upcoming game.
Germany and their traveling supporters will be hoping for a better outcome after a disappointing performance in their previous International Friendlies match against Turkey.
Kai Havertz (5′) and Niklas Füllkrug (48′) scored for Germany. Turkey’s goals came from Ferdi Kadıoğlu (38′), Kenan Yıldız (45′), and Yusuf Sarı (70′).
The stats speak for themselves: in six of their previous six games, Germany has allowed goals, allowing opponents to score 13 goals overall. Germany could definitely do better in defense.
Austria vs Germany – Betting Analysis
Analyzing their previous head-to-head matches, which date back to June 16, 2008, reveals that Germany has won five of them while Austria has won one. There have been no draws.
Over the course of those games, they combined to score 21 goals, with Die Mannschaft scoring 15 and Das Team scoring six. That translates to a 3.5 average goals per game.
Considering everything, Austria might have difficulty scoring goals against this Germany lineup, who we believe will score enough goals to win and take the lead.
What are the top odds for the game?
Regarding the current betting odds on the win-draw-win market, putting your money on Austria is available for 3.94, a wager on a draw is 4.02, and putting your money on victory for Germany gets you 1.85. These are the most competitive prices being offered as of now.
Austria vs Germany – Head-to-Head
Our Prediction: Away Win or Draw