Lucky11| FIFA World Cup 2022: Spain vs Germany
This weekend's Group E encounter at the Al Bayt Stadium will pit Germany against Luis Enrique's outstanding Spain team, two of Europe's top squads, in a battle for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Germany entered the 2022 World Cup as legitimate favorites to win it, but they were shocked by a shocking 2-1 loss to Japan in their opening match. Die Mannschaft, who boasts a number of dangerous players, will need to mount a swift comeback this weekend.
Spain has flourished under Luis Enrique and began its World Cup campaign with a stunning 7-0 victory over Costa Rica. With a win in this match, La Furia Roja, who currently sits atop their group, might guarantee their spot in the knockout stages.
Spain has lost eight of the 25 games played between the two sides, giving Germany a modest advantage. Germany has won nine of the games. Spain has faced Germany four times during the World Cup. Spain won 1-0 and went on to win the competition when they last faced off in the semifinals in 2010.
In all competitions, Germany has only prevailed in one of their previous seven meetings with Spain, with their most recent triumph coming in 2014 by a score of 1-0. In their last four FIFA World Cup games, Germany has lost three times, matching the number of losses they had in their previous 21 games.
Germany dominated Japan in the first half but ultimately lost in a shocking upset. Die Mannschaft cannot afford another poor performance in this game because they risk becoming one of the first big names to be eliminated from the competition.
Spain played with precision against a rather weak Costa Rica team, but they will certainly run against Germany. Since both sides are currently evenly balanced, a draw this weekend is a possibility. Lucky11 sports betting experts predict this match will be a tie between Spain and Germany.
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