Date Match League Bett Odd
31.08 GERMANY VS FINLAND International 1 Win to Nil 1.72 Bet365
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World Cup holders Germany begin preparations for qualifying with an international friendly against Finland. Our free betting predictions suggest that Finland will struggle up front again.
Germany were unable to add the European Championship to the World Cup they won two years ago this summer. They struggled to find the finishing ball in group matches against Poland, Ukraine, and Northern Ireland during the group stages but comfortably beat Slovakia 3-0 in the knockout rounds.

They went on to knock Italy out of the competition on penalties in the quarter finals, but they were defeated in the semi finals by host nation France as Antoine Griezmann led them to a 2-0 victory.

However, Germany must now get over their disappointment and focus on qualification for the World Cup in Russia, although the likes of Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, Northern Ireland, Norway, and San Marino are unlikely to trouble them in their quest for the top spot.
This match will mark the end of Bastian Schweinsteiger’s glittering international career after he announced his retirement in the summer. The Germany captain will be looking for a good performance and a victory in his final match in the national shirt.
Finland had a real chance of qualifying for Euro 2016 considering their group. They were drawn alongside the likes of Northern Ireland, Romania, Greece, Hungary, and Faroe Islands for qualification, but they only managed 12 points from their ten matches and finished in 4th position.

World Cup qualification is going to be an even tougher test, with Croatia, Iceland, Turkey, Ukraine, and Kosovo in their group. They won’t be holding out much hope of outdoing four teams who are clearly better than them in both form and talent.

Finland’s lack of summer competition means that they managed to fit a few friendlies in. Their last victory was back in September 2015 though when they beat Faroe Islands. Since then they have lost five and drawn three of their matches, scoring just three goals and failing to find the net in any of their defeats.

Obviously Germany are huge favourites for this clash, and I expect a comfortable win for them. The fact that Finland have failed to score in five of their last six matches boosts Germany’s chances of a clean sheet as well, so odds of 1.72 for Germany to Win to Nil look very good value for money. I’m going for a 3-0 correct score prediction at 6.5 as well.

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