Germany welcome the visitors Serbia in the World Friendly International encounter. The match will be held on Wednesday, March, 20th, at the Volkswagen Arena (Wolfsburg).
Germany have сompletely failed the 2018 FIFA World Cup, having relinquished their title yet at the group stage wherein they did not only botch to qualify to playoffs but took the last place competing with Swiss, Mexico, and South Korea. The team were bleak in the Nations League and they relegated from the League A. The German national team need to be reloaded. They require some new blood, that is, young players, which the manager Joachim Low is starting to arrange (we’d start with the manager himself though).
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Serbia also failed to qualify from their World Cup group, having conceded to Switzerland and Brazil, however, in the Nations League, they have confidently won the group and progressed to the League B from the League C.
The sides are clashing in a friendly match – though it is held in Germany, the winners are impossible to predict. The Germans undergo rebuilding. Low did not call Boateng and Muller but he called Sane who pronounced himself in the Nations League fixture against Netherlands, making a goal there and netting the Russians in the friendly encounter too – the man would have been Germany’s asset at the Mundial. Stark from Hertha Berlin and 23-year-old Bayer Leverkusen’s Tah were also invited to the national team, and there are some more newcomers.
The Serbian outfit are quite consistent. Almost all their performers compete in solid European leagues. Zivkovic plays for Benfica, Lukic does for Torino, Gacinovic fights for Eintracht Frankfurt, Milenkovic comes from Fiorentina, and Tadic netted 19 goals in 26 Ajax’ matches. The encounter concerned is a necessary preparation for the Serbs ahead of the Euro 2020 qualifier versus Portugal held 5 days later.
The match will probably see goals. The reloaded German team will not look well-knit yet, and they will surely feature slipups, which the guests will make use of and score once or more. The Germans will be Germans – no matter if this is a friendly or an official encounter, it is crucial that Germany host it, and the homeside will look to win there, registering a goal for sure. Therefore, the bet on over 2.5 goals seems very viable.
Prediction for the match: Over 2.5 goals.