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Unibet Predictions: Spain – Germany Predictions and Tips For Today

Spain - Germany PredictionsFree Daily Soccer Unibet Predictions for Today, July 5, 2024.
Kick-off: 17:00 (GMT+1)
EVENT: Spain – Germany
TIPS: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.33@Unibet | Result: PENDING

Spain – Germany Predictions and Preview

  • The two most successful nations in the history of the UEFA European Championships will face off in the quarter-finals. Spain will be facing the host nation, Germany, in the knockout stages of a major tournament for the first time since the 2010 World Cup semi-finals.
  • Spain has had a recent history of success against Germany, not only winning that semi-final 1-0 but also defeating them 6-0 on the final matchday of the 2020/21 UEFA Nations League to qualify for the finals at the Germans’ expense.
  • Since 1988, Spain has not been defeated by Germany in a competitive setting. La Roja is coming into this blockbuster clash as slight favorites despite playing on opposition soil after a highly impressive run to this stage. Luis de la Fuente’s men are the only team to win all four of their matches, and they showed their mettle with a come-from-behind 4-1 victory against Georgia in the Round of 16. The three-time winners are looking to match their semi-final appearance from the previous Euros three years ago.
  • Germany avoided repeating their Round of 16 exit from the previous finals with a dramatic 2-0 win over Denmark. The game was marred by VAR controversy and interrupted by lightning and hail. Julian Nagelsmann tinkered with his starting lineup again, and it paid off immediately with what he described as “the best (20 minutes) of the tournament.”
  • After eight matches without defeat, the nation is beginning to dream of ending their 28-year title drought in the Euros. However, it has been eight years since Germany reached the semi-finals of a major tournament, and recent meetings with Spain are unlikely to inspire confidence. None of the last four meetings have ended in victory for Germany, with their last such success coming back in November 2014.
  • Players to watch include midfielder Fabián Ruiz, who has scored in three of his last four internationals, all by a 3+ goal margin. If the action is to come early from Germany, it could be through Jamal Musiala, who struck within the first 25 minutes in two of his three scoring appearances at this event.
  • Hot stat: Spain has conceded multiple goals in only two of their 18 matches since the start of 2023.