Germany v England: Expect the unexpected
It’s difficult to gauge where England are as a team. Are they still the disappointments from the Euros? Or are they a solid outfit off the back of four clean sheets and looking comfortable at the top of their qualifying group?
We’ll have to wait until Russia 2018 (should they qualify) for those answers but a friendly test against the World Champions will prove an interesting learning curve.
Germany also haven’t conceded a goal since their Euros exit and have won all four games comfortably. The obvious market, seeing as neither side have conceded recently, is the under goals market. Under 1.5 goals in the game may be a little risky considering the fire power in the German ranks, but at 3/1 can’t be sniffed at.
These international friendlies are notoriously unpredictable though, last time they met is a fine example, as England won 3-2 in Germany. So it seems the value elsewhere should be looked at, which brings us nicely to Mr Green’s Special:
Gareth Southgate is lacking options up front with Harry Kane injured, so if England are to cause an upset, a revitalised Jamie Vardy could well do the damage.
If you have faith in the three lions and want to add some further value, Mr Green has teamed them up with another old rival, Scotland, who take on the fledgling football nation of Canada, in his boosted double:
However you see this game and the Lithuania qualifier going, find your market over at Mr Green Sports.