Today’s football prediction for Germany vs Netherlands
Germany face Netherlands in the EC Qualification Round 5. The match will be played on Friday, 6 September at 19:45 UK at Volksparkstadion.
Germany have played 3 matches in the group so far, recording 3 wins and 9 points. Their first match was just against their upcoming rival as they won 3:2 at Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam. The match started off great for Joachim Löw’s players, with goals from L. Sané and S. Gnabry leading up to 2 goals at the break. However, after the break, the home side stepped up and managed to even the score after M. de Ligt and M. Depay were accurate. In the 90th minute, however, M. Reus assisted N. Schulz, who was accurate to form the final score of 3:2.
Die Mannschaft also visited their second match of the group as points were beaten Belarus 2-0 at Borisov Arena after the hits of L. Sané and M. Reus. In their first home game Germany defeated Estonia 8:0 with the result being 5:0.
So far, the Netherlands have only 2 games played in the group because of their commitments in the UEFA Nations League, where they overcame England to play the final against host Portugal, but lost 1-0 to the home side to score Gonçalo Guedes and keep R. Koeman’s team on track. second place in the first edition of the UEFA Nations League.
In their first match played by Group C The Flying Dutchmen beat 4-0 Belarus at Stadion Feijenoord in Rotterdam and in the second they lost to Germany 3-2 in Amsterdam, as we told you at the beginning of the forecast. In the group of both teams is Northern Ireland which has 4 wins from 4 matches but this is not indicative because they have not yet faced either Germany or the Netherlands where they are expected to lose points.
Germany will not be able to rely on one of their leading goal scorers L. Sane who has been injured for a long period of time but nevertheless the class and width of J. Löw is huge and they should do well without him, expecting defeat the Netherlands, which show fluctuations against the strongest teams on the old continent and still lack experience, even though they have great stars in all areas of the pitch.