Prediction Germany Scotland – Euro 2024 06/14/2024: Kai Havertz scorer and both teams score

Prediction Germany Scotland – Euro 2024 06/14/2024: Kai Havertz scorer and both teams score
Prediction Germany Scotland – Euro 2024 06/14/2024: Kai Havertz scorer and both teams score

Our football prediction expert gives you his best bets for Germany Scotland, opening match of Euro 2024, this Friday at 9 p.m.

Prediction Germany Scotland: bets, context and compositions

Best bets for Germany Scotland: odds and best odds

  • Scotland +2 ⭐ with odds of 1.88 on Parions Sport, i.e. a probability of 53.2% whether the match ends in a Scottish victory, whether Scotland loses by a single goal or whether there is a draw.
  • Kai Havertz scorer ⭐ with odds of 2.40 on Winamax, i.e. a probability of 41% that the German attacker scores.
  • Both teams score ⭐ with odds of 2.05 on Betclic, i.e. a probability of 48% that both selections find the net.

Odds are provided by Parions Sport, Winamax and Betclic at the time of publication and are subject to change.

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Our analysis: the state of form of the two teams

Hosts Germany face Scotland in the opening match of Euro 2024 at the Allianz Arena in Munich on Friday evening.

Germany are the most successful nation in Euro history with three victories, but they have not lifted the trophy since 1996. Their last appearance in the final ended in defeat to Spain in 2008. Julian Nagelsmann has extended his contract beyond this summer’s tournament. However, the pressure is on Die Mannschaft after three consecutive disappointing tournaments, including a group stage exit at the 2022 World Cup. Undefeated in their four friendlies in 2024, Germany have struggled in 2023, with defeats against Turkey, Austria, Japan, Colombia and Poland. This is their first competitive match in a long time, and it will be interesting to see how they handle expectations.

Scotland have had injury scares with Andy Robertson and Lawrence Shankland forced out of training this week. It’s only their second appearance in a major tournament since 1998, but Steve Clarke has done wonders in recent years. This includes a very impressive qualifying campaign, which saw them finish comfortably ahead of Norway.

The probable line-ups for Germany Scotland

The probable composition of Germany:

Neuer; Kimmich, Rudiger, Tah, Mittelstädt; Andrich, Kroos; Musiala, Gundogan, Wirtz; Havertz.

The probable composition of Scotland:

Gunn; Hendry, McKenna, Tierney; Ralston, McTominay, McGregor, Gilmour, Robertson; McGinn; Adams.

History of confrontations

Germany is well ahead in terms of direct confrontations with 8 victories against 4 Scottish successes and 5 draws in 17 matches in total. dThe Nationalmannschaft even remains on 3 consecutive victories. The last duel dates from 2015 for qualifying for Euro 2016, won by the Germans (2-3).

The key figures of the match

A very important point: the Germans are playing at home this Euro. 80,000 spectators will push the players in Munich against the Scots. Scots who have only one victory in their last 9 matches. Over the last 10 meetings of the two selections, there have always been at least 2 goals.

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The best bets to take for Germany Scotland: tips and odds

Our key prediction : Scotland +2 @ 1.88 on Parions Sport

Scotland beat Norway and Spain in their qualifying campaign. Steve Clarke knows how to organize a team to defend deep, and the visitors will aim to frustrate Germany on Friday night. Staying in the match will be the main objective in the first half. Germany have not beaten anyone by three goals since June 2022. Since the World Cup, only three of their victories have been by two goals, and only one of those has come in 2024. Despite playing at home and being a more talented team than Scotland, nothing in Germany’s recent results suggests they should be backed to win in such a landslide.

Our scorer prediction : Kai Havertz marks @ 2.40 on Winamax

Kai Havertz has scored in three of Germany’s last six games. With four goals in his last five games for Arsenal, Havertz enters the tournament in excellent form. Julian Nagelsmann should line up the former Chelsea player up front, as he does for Arsenal. He may only have 16 goals for his country, but Havertz is the most reliable goalscorer internationally among potential starters. Thomas Muller should come off the bench. Nagelsmann did not prioritize experience in attack, apart from Muller. Havertz will be the focal point of their offensive game. He should have plenty of chances created by the talent behind him, including the exciting duo of Florian Wirtz and Jamal Musiala.

Our safety forecast : Both teams score @ 2.05 on Betclic

Scotland only failed to score once during their qualifying campaign. Among the groups of five teams, only Spain, Belgium, England and France scored more goals than the Scots. They scored multiple goals in seven of their eight qualifying matches. Over the last 12 months, both teams have scored in eight of Germany’s 13 matches. There may not be many head-to-head head-to-head stats for this matchup, but there is a clear pattern with both teams. Germany rarely keeps clean sheets. Scotland have a knack for finding the net, even if their attacking talent isn’t the most impressive on paper. We like the odds on the “both teams to score” bet at a value of 2.05. Germany’s defense hasn’t shown us enough in recent years to suggest they can keep a clean sheet against a Scotland side who will be extremely motivated.

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