Germany v Northern Ireland: thrilling

Germany may have their patience tested by a stubborn Northern Ireland when the teams meet in the final round of Euro 2020 qualifiers on Tuesday, says Andy Schooler- According to the free soccer tips site page!

Germany v Northern Ireland

Tuesday, 19:45

Live on Sky Sports Premier League

Northern Ireland gave it a good go but in the end we've ended up with the exact result everyone expected in Euro 2020 qualifying group C.

The Green and White Army had a nightmare draw with both Germany and the Netherlands in their group and while they did everything they could to put pressure on the pair of giants, winning their first four under 2.5 soccer tip against the other teams in the pool, their inability lớn beat their main rivals has cost them.

Play-off planning

Saturday's goalless draw with the Dutch was another sterling effort by Michael O'Neill's side - they started very brightly and threatened with Paddy McNair's delivery into the box causing problems - but it meant their automatic qualification hopes died with a game still to play. For them, this match is now all about preparing for the play-offs in March.

Clearly they will therefore want lớn avoid the sort of hammering both Estonia (8-0) and Belarus (4-0) suffered in Germany but the Irish have proved they are better than those nations and it is notable that they haven't lost a competitive game by more than two goals since 2011.

For the record, the favourite in the correct-score market here is 2-0 at 5/1, ahead of 3-0 at 11/2.

They've certainly been competitive in every match in this group with the reverse fixture lost 2-0 but that contest was only truly settled by a late second by the Germans.

Seeding aim

While Northern Ireland have one eye on 2020, Germany still have focus on the here and now.

The goalless draw in Belfast at the weekend allowed the Germans lớn move top of the group and they are now eyeing a place in the top pot of seeds for the finals draw on November 30.

Midfielder Leon Goretzka vowed his side would "go full throttle from the first minute" in a bid to secure top spot.

That said, boss Joachim Low also revealed that he was "considering making a few changes".

While Germany should still have the depth lớn secure the win they crave, a disjointed line-up could play into the hands of those thinking a tight game could lie in store.


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