The big match in the Nations League tonight (17/11/20) is Spain V Germany, and in my football betting preview and prediction, I'm predicting the Germans won't get beat.
- Estadio La Cartuja de Sevilla - Seville
- Kick Off 7.45pm
- Live on Sky Sports
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Spain V Germany Preview
There is a clear picture to deciding the outcome of League A Group 4 of the Nations League. Spain need a win to progress, while the Germans only need to avoid defeat.
So no matter what the outcome of this match, third placed Ukraine cannot proceed.
Both of these sides have looked far from their respective bests over recent years. Despite this, they are still two of the dominant forces in Europe.
The sides drew 1-1 in the reverse fixture
In the reverse fixture back at the beginning of September, the two sides drew 1-1 in Stuttgart.
A match probably best remembered for Jose Gaya's equaliser 5 minutes into stoppage time.
If the Spanish do go onto win and progress to the knock out stages tonight, it will be in no small part down to that Gaya goal.
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Spain V Germany Odds
- Spain 11/8 - The Draw 13/5 - Germany 2/1
- Over 2.5 Goals 8/11 - Under 2.5 Goals 23/20
- Both Teams To Score - Yes 8/15 - No 29/20
Spain go into this one as the bookies favourites. But like with so many of the heavyweight clashes in this international break, that's mainly down to home advantage.
11/8 makes them warm favourites, and how often are Germany ever as big as 2/1?
With a very leaky defence, and Bayern Munich approach to attacking, Germany's presence in this match is probably what's driving down the odds in the goals market.
Spanish matches are traditionally tighter affairs, with a lot of passive possession.
So odds of 8/15 on both teams to score, and 8/11 on over 2.5 goals could be a touch short. Although I can see both coming in tonight.
Spain V Germany Prediction 17/11/20
Two of the three outcomes tonight see the Germans progress.
And although Joachim Löw's side has struggled defensively, and also not seemed themselves at times, I can still see them having enough to not lose to a Spanish side in transition.
Throw in a minimum of couple of goals, and the two bets combined together, pays just under 10/11, at 1.89.
- Germany and The Draw - 4/7
- Over 1.5 Goals - 2/9
= 1.89 in Same Game Multi Bet