Nobody knew quite what to expect from Germany at the start of Euro 2020 and, if we’re honest, we don’t really know what to expect of them after the group stage.
Decent against France, brilliant against Portugal and terrible against Hungary, Germany must find some consistency in their approach if they are to justify their odds of 7/1 with bet365 to win Euro 2020, starting with their Round of 16 clash against England at Wembley.
Germany Euro 2020 Matches
|Match Tips & Odds||Date & Time||Stadium||Result|
|France vs Germany||June 15, 20:00||Munich||L 1-0|
|Portugal vs Germany||June 19, 17:00||Munich||W 2-4|
|Germany vs Hungary||June 23, 20:00||Munich||D 2-2|
|England vs Germany||June 29, 17:00||London|
Following a forgettable 2018 World Cup campaign that saw them crash out in the group stages, Germany will be eager to prove a point this summer.
Manager Joachim Low has overseen a transformation of the squad that won the 2014 World Cup and reached the semi-finals of both Euro 2012 and Euro 2016.
Winning 7 of their 8 qualification matches, secured Germany’s passage to the finals as they topped the group ahead of the Netherlands.
However, the DFB find themselves in the ‘Group of Death’ at Euro 2020. They are in Euro 2020 Group F alongside defending champions Portugal, reigning world champions France and Hungary.
Germany Betting Odds and Preview
With 7 wins from 8 games, Germany made relatively light work of qualifying for Euro 2020.
As a squad, they had many questions to answer following their poor showing at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, but Joachim Low’s men have responded in style.
Euro 2020 Group F looks to be particularly tough for Germany however with fixtures against France and Portugal sure to have a significant impact on whether they progress to the knockout stages.
Picking a group winner between Germany, Portugal and France is tough, with all three sides possessing plenty of qualities. Germany do tend to turn up for the big occasions though and are always hard to beat. Germany are 13/10 with bet365 to win Euro 2020 Group F*.
Having home advantage is sure to be helpful for Joachim Low’s side, who will play all three of their group games at the Allianz Arena. That advantage has them as short as 1/10 with BetVictor to qualify from Group F*.
Germany have been knocked out at the semi-final stage in their last 2 European Championship appearances. They will be desperate to go at least one better at Euro 2020. Germany are 7/2 with BetVictor to reach the final of Euro 2020.
Germany Euro 2020 Outrights
· Having not won a European Championship since 1996, Germany will be desperate to set the record straight. The team that won the 2014 World Cup has had an overhaul and they have fresh blood in their squad, eager to prove a point at the highest level. Germany are 7/1 with bet365 to win Euro 2020*.
· Chelsea striker Timo Werner has finally got back to something like his best form after a tough start to life in West London. The 24 year old has a big role to play for Die Mannschaft and his goals will be vital to any hopes Germany have of lifting the trophy at Wembley in July. Timo Werner is 25/1 with bet365 to win the Golden Boot at Euro 2020*.
Germany Euro 2020 squad
Joachim Low has named his Euro 2020 squad and here is the line-up:
- GK: Manuel Neuer, (Bayern Munich)
- GK: Bernd Leno, (Arsenal)
- GK: Kevin Trapp, (Eintracht Frankfurt)
- DF: Robin Koch, (Leeds)
- DF: Christian Gunter, (Freiburg)
- DF: Mats Hummels, (Borussia Dortmund)
- DF: Antonio Rüdiger, (Chelsea)
- DF: Matthias Ginter, (Borussia Monchengladbach)
- DF: Emre Can, (Borussia Dortmund)
- DF: Niklas Sule, (Bayern Munich)
- DF: Lukas Klostermann, (RB Leipzig)
- DF: Marcel Halstenberg, (RB Leipzig)
- DF: Robin Gosens, (Atalanta)
- MF: Toni Kroos, (Real Madrid)
- MF: Joshua Kimmich, (Bayern Munich)
- MF: Thomas Muller, (Bayern Munich)
- MF: İlkay Gundogan, (Manchester City)
- MF: Leon Goretzka, (Bayern Munich)
- MF: Leroy Sané, (Bayern Munich)
- MF: Kai Havertz, (Chelsea)
- MF: Florian Neuhaus, (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
- MF: Jonas Hofmann, (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
- MF: Jamal Musiala, (Bayern Munich)
- FW: Timo Werner, (Chelsea)
- FW: Serge Gnabry, (Bayern Munich)
- FW: Kevin Volland, (Monaco)
*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of writing and are subject to change.