World Cup 2022

Germany betting tips, news and predictions


Germany remain one of the undisputed powerhouses across World Cup history and one of just three nations - along with Brazil (five) and Italy (four) - to lift football’s highest international honour on more than two occasions.

But Hansi Flick’s Die Mannschaft have plenty to prove in Qatar this winter after failing to emerge from the group stage four years ago in Russia after then manager Joachim Löw was unable to motivate a star-studded squad to look past it’s ego in the wake of 2014′s win in Brazil.

The European juggernaut was dominant throughout qualifying while winning nine of ten and bagging 36-goals along the way. But recent struggles in the UEFA Nations League, and growing concerns that Flick may still be unsure of what his best XI is at the time of writing, present a few key questions that, if answered, should see Germany capable of putting together a deep run starting in late November.

Germany World Cup 2022 Tips

Read the latest Germany odds ahead of the World Cup, including their odds to win the tournament, odds to claim the golden boot, 101 Great Goals’ top tip and more 2022 World Cup predictions and tips.

Germany World Cup Predictions

footballbet365 logo
World Cup betting tips

Germany to win the World Cup - 10/1

After a disappointing 2018 tournament, Germany are sixth favourites to reclaim their crown

fire

A £10 bet at 10/1 would return £110!

World Cup 2022

With some of the players at their disposal, Germany will be one of the favourites to progress deep into the tournament and potentially win it. With players such as Leroy Sane, Serge Gnabry, Ilkay Gundogan, Joshua Kimmich, Kai Havertz and Marc-Andre ter Stegen, they will cause any side problems. There has been significant turnover however since Hansi Flick’s appointment so experience could be a significant factor.

Germany Golden Boot Prediction

footballbet365 logo
World Cup betting tips

Serge Gnabry to win the golden boot - 40/1

Serge Gnabry is Germany's most dangerous player

fire

At 40/1, a £10 bet on Gnabry would return £410

World Cup 2022

Even in a squad with prolific World Cup goalscorer Thomas Muller, Serge Gnabry is the man to look out for in front of goal this year. The Bayern Munich man has 20 goals in 36 international outings which is a fine record for a wide player, and is in the peak of his career. This could be the stage for him to announce himself as a true star of the game, and Germany’s biggest threat with the inconsistent Timo Werner also 40/1.

bet365 Sports

Bet £10 & Get £50 in Free Bets

bet365 logo

Min deposit requirement. Free Bets are paid as Bet Credits and are available for use upon settlement of qualifying bets. Min odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply. Returns exclude Bet Credits stake. Time limits and T&Cs apply.

Manager

Hansi Flick

Flick is well known to European football fans after a stunning spell in charge of Bayern Munich before moving over to the national side. He has two league titles and one Champions League to his name and also experience on the international scene, having served as assistant manager to Joachim Low between 2006-2014. Having been in charge of Germany for just over a year, he has overseen an overhaul of an aging squad so as such expectations have been stripped back somewhat, but with a 60% win rate heading into the tournament and just one loss, he has as a side used to good results.

Record

Total appearances: 20

First qualification: 1934

Most recent: 2018

Best achievement: Winners (1954, 1974, 1990, 2014)

World Ranking: 11

Overall record: P109, W67, D20, L22

Key players

Manuel Neuer

With a nation boasting the quality in midfield and the forward line that Germany is capable of deploying, the notion that Manuel Neuer remains vital for the national team is a larger indictment at the careers of other German keepers who big things were expected of, with the likes of Marc-André ter Stegen and Bernd Leno unable to usurp the Bayern Munich captain.

A wealth of experience means that he can move into sole possession of 6th all-time in the caps list and his instincts in goal and shot-stopping capabilities remain unrivalled in the player pool. His leadership will be as important as ever.

Jamal Musiala

What nearly could have been for England if Stuttgart-born Jamal Musiala chose to represent a nation he stared for at youth level, but Musiala is an unquestioned vital cog in the wheel for Hansi Flick despite being just 19. His tactical versatility and brilliant combination of pace, technical craft, creativity, and eye for goal make him possibly the top young talent in Qatar.

Joshua Kimmich

Once though as the natural successor to Phillip Lahm at right-back, Kimmich first cut his teeth for the national team - and Bayern - in that capacity but returned to his central roots as he progressed, and is now considered one of the top midfielders anywhere in the world.

His ability to create from deep and control the ebb and flow of proceedings is sublime, while adding his penchant for a spectacular goal or perfectly weighted throwball giving him a combined locker on offer that would make many midfielders before him stand up and applaud.

101′s Germany World Cup Tip

101 Great Goals thinks Germany are certainly one of the teams to watch out for. However they are beatable, and there are stronger sides than them and a quarter-final exit may be on the cards.

footballbet365 logo
101's Top Tip

Germany to be knocked out in the quarter-finals - 3/1

Germany were knocked out of the Euros in the last 16, but should be able to make it through to the quarters

fire

A £10 bet will return £40

World Cup 2022

Germany stats, fixtures and results

Follow our Germany page for the latest statistics, live odds, fixtures, results and match facts of every game at the World Cup.


101 GreatGoals

101 GreatGoals

101 Great Goals is a website dedicated to bringing you the latest news, betting tips and live streaming information from the world of football.



Related Content