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Armenia – Germany Predictions and Tips For Today

Armenia - Germany PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Betting Tips for Today, November 14.
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World Cup – Qualification
EVENT: Armenia – Germany
TIPS: Over 2.5 Goals | Odds: 1.33@1xbet | Result: 1:4 WIN!!!

Armenia – Germany Preview

  • Armenia’s first World Cup finals appearance will be on hold for at least four more years after their brave World Cup qualification (WCQ) performance grinded to a halt with a huge 0-5 home loss to North Macedonia last time out, effectively ending their chance of progression. Although they can ultimately end WCQ with 15 points and joint with second-placed North Macedonia, an 18 goal swing would also be needed.
  • Here, they’ll still be targeting their own history of returning their best-ever WCQ points total though, and need a victory to overtake their previous best tally of 13 points (2014 WCQ). That will be easier said than done for Armenia however, as they lost the reverse H2H with Germany 6-0 and are currently averaging less than a goal per 2022 WCQ outing (0.89).
  • Despite becoming the first European team to qualify for the 2022 World Cup during the last international break, visiting Germany didn’t take any prisoners as they beat minnows Liechtenstein 9-0 last time out. That made it six wins from six matches in charge for new boss Hansi Flick, the best-ever start for a German national team coach.
  • With several lesser known stars in their ranks for this match-up after a Covid-19 outbreak ruled out many of their regular starters, Germany will be looking to finish off their WCQ with another victory to avoid recording two defeats in a single WCQ cycle for the first time ever. Current overall WCQ topscorers (32 goals), the visitors could add heavily to that tally here.
  • Players to watch: Armenia’s Tigran Barseghyan has netted twice in this WCQ cycle, with both goals arriving in the second half, whilst his country hold a strong record when he’s previously been on the scoresheet (8 goals – W6, D1, L1). Germany’s Leroy Sané, meanwhile, netted a brace versus Liechtenstein, meaning he now has six goals in his last seven outings for club and country.
  • Hot stat: Germany have won all four previous H2Hs, averaging 5.25 goals per match.