Germany vs Argentina
International – Friendlies
Date: Wednesday, 9 October 2019
Kick-off at 19:45 UK / 20:45 CET
Joachim Low will have his tactics tested in the next match at the German grounds. They have been struggling a bit against strong contenders and will be hosting Argentina in the next match. Without Lionel Messi, it will not be a walk in the park for the Argentines.
Germany vs Argentina Head-to-head (h2h)
- Their previous meeting was in 2014 and Argentina secured a 2-4 win.
- Germany previously tasted success in the 2010 World Cup match.
- The host has recorded only one win in the last nine clashes.
- Both teams have scored goals in two out of the last three encounters.
Germany vs Argentina Prediction
With the new hopes of Ter Stegen featuring in the clash with Argentina, there seem to be more hopes for the Germans to seize the win. Even though they have to play without Leroy Sane, Antonio Rudiger, Leon Goretzka, Nico Schulz, Julian Draxler, Thilo Kehrer, and Kevin Trapp, due to injuries they will be comforted with the lack of Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, and Angel Di Maria among the opposition dugout.
As most of their players have shown good composure in the club games, Joachim will have to find a way to make them work in unison at Dortmund. Serge Gnabry was in the headlines lately with his four goals against the Spurs running riot in the middle.
Besides that, Germany has lost only three of the last ten fixtures in their overall schedule with two draws along with it. Meanwhile, Argentina has one less loss than the host in the same period with two draws in hand from the clashes. Apart from that, the host has lost two of the last ten home ties while the guest has recorded four losses away from home.
In addition to that, the home team hosted the Dutch in their previous home match. Even though they had the opening lead, they couldn’t hold on to it in the end. On the other hand, the visitors had their last trip to Chile which ended in a goalless draw.
Although the h2h meetings show the dominance of the traveling side over the host, it is clear that the teams have changed since their last meeting. Germany has won a World Cup and has done so against Argentina in the finals. As such, the Germans do have more chances of winning the game which is sizing to be an action-packed game.
Germany vs Argentina Betting tips
BTTS @ 1.75 (3/4).
Draw no bet: Germany @ 1.40 (2/5).