SPAIN vs GERMANY: BETTING PREVIEW & TIP

Spain vs Germany: Betting Preview & Tip. We decided to share one of our quarter-final previews with our website visitors, and we believe this one is perfect for everyday punters. If you want more from your betting experience than just following the crowd, consider joining our premium service.

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SPAIN vs GERMANY: BETTING PREVIEW & TIP

SPAIN vs GERMANY: BETTING PREVIEW & TIP

EURO 2024

If it’s not broken, it doesn’t need fixing. After four wins at Euro 2024, Spain boss De la Fuente must be confident in his starting XI. With that in mind, we can’t imagine La Roja making any major changes for the match against Germany.

Spain has arguably been the best team so far, but their performance will only matter if they go on to win the trophy. Whether De la Fuente’s squad can maintain their high level until the end remains to be seen, but for now, we strongly fancy them to beat Germany.

While the current Spain squad may not be filled with superstars, their midfield is dominant. Players like Rodri and Fabian Ruiz are having a great tournament and are likely to be joined by Pedri, although Dani Olmo and Mikel Merino are also options. In attack, the youngest player at the tournament, 16-year-old Lamine Yamal, will lead the line, with Nico Williams and captain Alvaro Morata completing the three-pronged attack.

Although Nacho Fernandez is an option in defence as he returns from injury, it’s unlikely that either Le Normand or Aymeric Laporte will be displaced. Dani Carvajal and Marc Cucurella will likely complete the back four.

Germany won their first two group games against Scotland and Hungary before drawing 1-1 with Switzerland. After finishing at the top of Group A, they defeated Denmark 2-0 in the round of 16. However, while Germany did nothing wrong in beating Denmark, we thought they were very fortunate. A controversial offside ruling cancelled a Danish goal, and Manuel Neuer made several excellent saves.

Coach Nagelsmann is almost certain to recall centre-back Jonathan Tah, who served a suspension in the last round. Florian Wirtz could return to the left side of the attack, possibly replacing Leroy Sane, which would allow Jamal Musiala to move to the right. Toni Kroos, Robert Andrich, and Ilkay Gundogan are all set to start.

With the host nation playing on the front foot, La Roja should be able to take Germany apart. Nevertheless, we are prudent and take the insurance of ‘’draw no bet’’.

BET: SPAIN +/-0 (draw no bet (90 mins)

Odds: 1.92 (Betfair 2%)

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