Following a rather disappointing 1-0 win over China, Germany will be looking for a response when they take on Spain in Valenciennes.
Speaking of the Spanish, they kicked off their campaign with a rather comprehensive 3-1 victory over South Africa.
Despite being ranked 13th, the side managed by Jorge Vilda have to be considered as one of the contenders for this year’s World Cup crown.
Germany may have been rather lacklustre against China nevertheless, they have been made the favourites to pick up all three points in this upcoming game.
Looking at the betting, the recommendation is to back a draw. The last time these two sides met, the game ended in a 0-0 tie – that was only last November.
Draw – 13/5 bet365*
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