Germany vs Spain – Women’s World Cup Betting Tips
- Updated: 12th June 2019
Germany vs Spain – Women’s World Cup : Germany and Spain face off at the Stade du Hainaut in the city of Valenciennes
On a match of the 2nd round of the group stage of the Women’s World Cup on June 12th, 2019.
Coming off a 1-0 victory on the debut, the German side is looking to improve their performance in this World Cup even better against a great opponent.
The team is unbeaten for over a year, having played 13 matches in total. On the last 5 matches, they have gotten 4 victories and only 1 draw.
During that period, they have beaten France, Sweden, Chile and China, besides drawing against Japan. This is an encounter on neutral ground and on the last 10 matches played, they have had a record of 7 victories and 3 draws, having scored 34 goals and conceded 7.
One of their main stand-out players is the attacker Popp.
And on the other side we have Spain’s women, that in turn haven’t lost for 4 matches and also started off with the
right foot on the competition.
The Spanish side has beaten South Africa by 3-1 on the debut and they are in the lead of this group.
On the last 5 matches, they have gotten 2 victories, 2 draws and 1 loss. During that period, they have beaten Cameroon and South Africa, besides drawing against Canada and Japan and losing to England.
This is an encounter in neutral ground and on the last 10 matches, they have gotten a record of 5 victories, 2 draws and 3 defeats, having scored 15 goals and conceded 9.
One of their main stand-out players is the attacker Jennifer Hermoso.
If at the end of the World Cup Germany or Spain win the title, it wouldn’t be a great surprise. These are two teams with some of the best rosters currently and they are more than capable of winning this title.
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Germany vs Spain – Women’s World Cup – Betting Tip and Prediction: :
But I see the German tradition having the upper hand here. I think that, even with the development of the league and Spanish football in general,
we should remind that Germany is one of the nations that invested in Women’s football early.
The DNB protecting the draw seems like a viable option here.
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