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World CupSpain vs Germany: Preview and predictions

Spain vs Germany: Preview and predictions

Spain vs Germany
FIFA World Cup
Group E
27th November 2022
Al Bayt Stadium


Spain was able to deliver an offensive masterclass in the first game and beat Costa Rica 7-0. The Spaniards are already in very good form and brimming with confidence. With a win against Germany, you can get your ticket to the round of 16 and save yourself in the last game for the knockout round. Germany, on the other hand, got into big problems after the surprising defeat against Japan and now has to try to save themselves against strong Spaniards. Can Gnabry, Müller, Havertz & co. still outline the helm against the favored Spaniards? It doesn’t look like it at the moment, but absolutely anything is possible in football. Luis Enrique’s team is in a more comfortable position in this game and can wait and see the quality of players like Pedri, Gavi, Morata or Olmo. Will Germany still have a chance of reaching the round of 16 after this game or will they already be able to pack their bags? We are really looking forward to this encounter!


Spain was able to convince in the opening game and can now already secure the round of 16. With Pedri, Gavi and Asensio, the Spaniards have some players in top form and can dream of big things. Luis Enrique ‘s team wants and can compete against Germany for the world championship title. With a market value of €100m, Pedri is the most valuable player in the Spain squad. Spain is currently 7th in the FIFA World Ranking. Spain can go very far in this tournament.


The 4-times world champion came to Kater with high hopes and already suffered his first disappointment in the opening game against Japan. There seems to be a good mix between experienced players like Manuel Neuer, Thomas Müller and younger players like Kai Havertz and Jamal Musiala. However, a lot more has to come from Germany and Hansi Flick is guaranteed to have to make some changes in the starting line-up. Germany is currently 11th in the FIFA world rankings and has a total market value of 885.50 million euros.

Spain vs Germany: Odds

Draw no bet: Spain @ 1.75 odds.

Under 3 goals @ 1.75 odds.

Rohan Premkumar
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