The German national team is fantastic so
far in the World Cup qualifications, and the reigning World Champions are
traveling to Denmark
with just one thing on their mind, and that is to continue performing in the
same manner. Meanwhile, the Danish selection has some problems, and although
they have 3 consecutive games without a defeat, it seems that they are
struggling at the moment.
This encounter is a perfect chance for them
to see and to judge their current condition and form.
The game will take place at Brondby
news and form
At this moment Denmark
is tied in the second place of Group E of the World Cup qualifications with Montenegro, and
they both have 7 points a piece. In 5 games so far they have recorded 2
victories, 2 defeats, and one draw, with
not so convincing goal difference of 7-5. They are coming into this match with
2 straight draws. In the last 5 fixtures played at home, they have 4 victories
and only one defeat, scoring 14 goals and conceding only one in those triumphs.
The only loss came against Montenegro
in the qualifiers, 0-1.
Possible lineups: Jensen, Kjaer,
Christensen, Vestergaard, Eriksen, Kvist, Schone, Delaney, Sisto, Jorgensen,
news and form
One of the most convincing national teams
in this cycle of World Cup qualifications is Germany, as they have the perfect
record of 5 victories in group C. They have a terrifying goal difference of 20
scored, and only one allowed goal. The Germans have 8 straight games without a
loss, and they won on seven occasions. In 7 of those encounters, they managed
to keep clean sheets. In the last 5 games outside of Germany,
Joakim Lew's team recorded 4 victories and a draw in friendly game against Italy. This gives
you a perfect picture in which shape Die Mannschaft enters this game.
Possible lineups: Trapp, Kimmich, Mustafi,
Rudiger, Hector, Demme, Rudy, Brandt, Draxler, Can, Werner
Head to head
Denmark is one of just a few national teams which has a positive record
In seven encounters so far in history, the Danes managed to put down 4 wins,
has 2, and one game ended without a winner.
The last meeting however ended in German
favor,2-1, and that happened 5 years ago at the European Championship in Ukraine.
The German team is going to experiment a
little bit as they're heading for
Confederation Cup which will be held in Russia. The World Champions are
favorites in any game, and especially in fixtures like this one. Despite the
fact that they will lack some standard players we believe that Germany
is going to win and also that this game will see over 2.5 goals