Germany vs Netherlands predictions and UEFA Nations League betting tips for this week’s fixture. Kick-off is at 7:45pm on Monday 19th November and our tipster has selected three recommend bets.
Germany have already suffered relegation to end a miserable year.
Netherlands will qualify for the last four ahead of France if they avoid defeat here.
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Both sides are in a lull compared the high expectations their history expects of them. Germany are still looking to get back to normality following their shock World Cup exit over the summer whilst the Netherlands are still looking to work their way back to the early stage of the decade when they were one of the top sides in the world. This fixture also provides us with a rivalry which have been going for decades. With all this considered, we can see both teams playing to a stalemate this week. The first of our Germany vs Netherlands betting tips is a draw which is priced at 3/1 with Betfair.
With this expected to be a tight game, we also can’t see a huge amount of goals being scored. Despite Germany putting three past Russia on Thursday evening, the Dutch defence is likely to be more organised and have much more at steak with the game being competitive as opposed to a full friendly. The visiting side haven’t got a huge amount of goals in their squad. Memphis Depay is the top scorer in the squad with 12 goals from 42 games. Under 2.5 goals is being priced at evens by a number of bookies including Paddy Power and that’s the second of tonight’s Germany vs Netherlands betting tips in the Nations League.
This is almost a given based on our previous Germany vs Netherlands tips. We can see both teams drawing but with under 2.5 goals and that only leaves a full time result of 1-1. The two sides in their current states are almost impossible to decide between and that’s why we’re tipping them to play out a 1-1 draw. This can be found at 6/1 with Ladbrokes and will be enough for the Netherlands to qualify for the last four in Portugal next summer, at the expense of France.
Germany to win – 3/5
Draw – 3/1
Netherlands to win – 17/4
According to the bookmakers, it is the hosts who will come out on top but we can see it being closer than they think. A draw ay 3/1 is a very good price and is definitely a possible outcome.
Other bets you may want to look at include both teams to score. Boylesports are putting both teams to score at 4/5 or the opposite result at evens. Elsewhere, the most likely score after a 1-1 draw is a 1-0 win for Germany at 13/2 with Betfred and then a 2-0 win for them is priced at 15/2 by the same firm.
Draw at full time – 3/1 with Betway.
Under 2.5 goals – evens with Paddy Power.
1-1 result after 90 minutes – 6/1 with Ladbrokes.
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