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Germany vs Ukraine betting tips: International friendly preview, predictions and odds

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Germany vs Ukraine match preview

Hosts Germany continue their preparations for Euro 2024 with the first of three friendlies this month.

Die Mannschaft do not have to qualifed for next summer’s Euros, so will go 18 months without playing a competitive fixture.

Back in November, Hansi Flick’s side crashed out in the World Cup group stages, meaning Flick is under serious pressure to deliver Euros glory on home soil next summer.

In March’s friendlies, Germany beat Peru 2-0 in Mainz, Niclas Füllkrug scoring both, but then lost 3-2 to Belgium in Köln, with Füllkrug converted a penalty before Serge Gnabry was on target in vain.

This month, Flick’s team will face Poland at Stadion Narodowy on Friday night and then welcome Colombia to Gelsenkirchen next Tuesday.

Before then, this friendly in Bremen will be Germany’s 1,000th international and will emphasis the country’s stance on the ongoing war in Ukraine, raising €10 million for the victims of Russia’s invasion.

In their sole qualifier so far, the Yellow and Blues were beaten 2-0 at Wembley by England and, with Italy also in that group, it was always going to be a big ask for Serhiy Rebrov’s side to achieve a top two finish.

Nevertheless, they still have to play Gli Azzurri twice and, even if they can’t usurp one of those heavyweights, Ukraine will have the back-up of a play-off next March.

Two good teams will be on show at Weserstadion, but Germany are likely to be too strong.

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Ben Gray

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