Belarus vs Germany Betting Tips

Germany have the opportunity to secure a second-straight win in the Euro 2020 qualifiers when they face Belarus on the road. Joachim Loew’s side had a forgettable experience at the 2018 World Cup where they failed to qualify beyond the group stage and that caused plenty of embarrassment for a team, who are used to competing on the busy end of major tournaments.

The misery was further extended at the Nations League where they failed to win a single game against France and Netherlands and this meant that they were confined to relegation to League B. Despite this, they have found a renewed sense of energy for the European qualifiers and that was visible in their opening game where they avenged their defeat to the Netherlands with a 3-2 scoreline on the road.

As such, the former World Cup champions appeared to be headed in the positive direction with a younger crop of players and they have a good chance to enhance their Euro 2020 qualification prospects by getting the better of Belarus on the road. The Germans had a testing challenge in Holland where they conceded twice during the opener but we are fancying them to keep a clean sheet against Belarus, considering the Dutch themselves managed to secure a comfortable 4-0 triumph against them in Rotherham.

The loss to the Dutch was followed by another defeat to Northern Ireland and Belarus’ prospects of making Euro 2020 appear a distant dream at the moment, unless they can make a stunning turnaround. We are anticipating Germany to make a statement with another away triumph and that should put them in control of their qualifying section ahead of their next encounter against Estonia at home.

Betting Tips:

Germany to win at 1.18 with Bet365

Germany to win 4-0 at 9.50 with Bet365

Euro 2016: who’s going to win?

The European Championship gets underway on June 10th and the continent’s top footballing nations will all travel to France as they seek to make a major impact on the world stage. This year, many believe that Roy Hodgson’s England are in with a sniff but it might be worth looking closer to home and specifically at Didier Deschamps’ imperious French side.

Meanwhile, Bookmakers.co.uk can keep people updated on the latest news, gossip and odds surrounding the tournament. Their bet calculator can help punters to figure out the latest prices on accumulators – crucial for those looking to place multiples based on the group stages. Here are three of the leading contenders for this summer’s tournament. Continue reading “Euro 2016: who’s going to win?”