Betting tips for Germany vs France - 14.11.2017
After the goalless draw at Telia Parken in Copenhagen, Denmark visits the AVIVA Stadium in Dublin to face the local team in the return leg of the World Cup play-off tie.
Ireland achieved a place in this play-off by winning the last day in Welsh by 0-1. The players of Martin O'Neill added 5 wins, 4 draws and one defeat, for a total of 19 points, two less than the selection of Serbia that ended up as surprising leader of a group in which the Wales of Gareth Bale stayed out .
The Irish had a great group start, adding a draw in Belgrade in the debut (2-2) and three consecutive victories in the next three days: 1-0 at home against Georgia; 1-3 in Moldova; and 0-1 in Austria.
However, three consecutive draws against Wales (0-0), Austria (1-1) and Georgia (1-1), coupled with their defeat in Dublin against the Serbs (0-1) left them on the verge of elimination. Finally, after defeating Moldova 2-0 at home and achieving victory in Cardiff, the Irish at least managed to get into this repechage where they will have a tough opponent.
James McClean (4 goals in 9 games) and Daryl Murphy (3 goals in 6 games) are the only players in the Irish team to have scored more than once.
international friendly Denmark was in second place in Group E behind the Poland of Robert Lewandowski. The selection that trains Age Hareide began the classification with a short victory on Armenia (1-0), before falling in its visit to Poland by a competitor 3-2. At home, against the Montenegrins, the Danes lost unexpectedly in October last year, achieving a resounding victory against Kazakhstan a month later (4-1). Already in this 2017 in Romania, the team could not pass the scoreless draw, adding 4 consecutive victories in the next 4 games against Kazakhstan (1-3), Poland (4-0), Armenia (1-4) and Montenegro ( 0-1) that left them with second place in their pocket before starting the last day, where they returned to add a draw with the Romanians (this time, at home and 1-1).
Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen is the team's top scorer with 8 goals in 10 matches, ahead of winger Thomas Delaney, who has scored 4.
Germany vs France Prediction: X/1 5.00
Germany vs France betting tip: Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.80
Germany vs France final score recommendations: 2-1 10.00