Will Germany make it through Group F?
South Korea vs Germany free bets should enhance the enjoyment of another crucial game at Russia 2018!
The “curse of the world champions” has affected quite a few sides in the last editions of the World Cup and after Germany’s opener against Mexico it looked like happening again.
Mexico stunned Germany in the opener, with a Hirving Lozano goal the difference between the two sides.
Jogi Low’s Germany side followed this up with a dramatic 10-man win over Sweden, that will live long in the memory for the outstanding winner from Toni Kroos.
Luckily for Germany, they play South Korea today, who have lost both games. The Asian side are not out of the competition (just yet) but they look primed for a defeat against a Germany side looking to progress.
South Korea vs Germany free bets
Throughout the World Cup, there have been some great free betting offers available for the tournament, so there should be little surprise that South Korea vs Germany free bets are available.
There are a couple of stand out South Korea vs Germany free bets, including 25/1 with Betfair for Die Mannschaft to win this game.
And, a great South Korea vs Germany free bet included in the Coral accumulator that features all four favourites on Wednesday to claim victories.
Can South Korea cause a surprise against Germany?
South Korea will know that a win, especially one by a few goals, would take them very close to qualification.
Ironically, the Toni Kroos late winner against Sweden has kept South Korea’s slim hopes alive.
However, this is still a strong Germany side, with tons of experience and with the likes of Manuel Neuer, Mats Hummels, Toni Kroos and Marco Reus, they should have too much.
Germany may have eyes on the other game between Mexico and Germany as coming second in Group F could leave them with a rather difficult tie in the first knockout rounds of the World Cup.
Excellent South Korea vs Germany free bet offers for the World Cup match
Germany play football tennis pre South Korea match – video
Football-tennis anyone? ⚽🎾
— Germany (@DFB_Team_EN) June 26, 2018