England vs Germany by Obertino

Despite the fact that this is the third friendly match between England and Germany in the last year and a half, the confrontation between the two great football nations still raises an interest in the fan scene.



In March of this year, Joachim Leva's team defeated the opponent in principle with a score of 1:0, and a year earlier England won on the road with a score of 3:2. Another friendly match, England and Germany held in November 2013: here, at Wembley, the Germans thanks to the goal of Pera Mertezaker won a 1:0 victory.



However, the upcoming fight has something that distinguishes it from the previous - its own chip. This is the first match for the FA, in which the referee's video assist system will be used. And how in this context not to recall the incident that took place in the last at the moment the official match of England and Germany. At the 2010 World Cup, the referee team did not notice the goal of Frank Lampard, which ultimately affected the result (the defeat of the "three lions" with a score of 1:4)



Let us first look at the missing players of both teams just to take note what to expect today.



First it became known that comradely fights will miss Harry Kane and Dela Alli. Also in the infirmary fell Jordan Henderson, Fabian Delph and Rahim Sterling. There are health problems with Gary Cahill, whose participation in the match is in question.



Probably, Joachim Leo will not miss the opportunity to experiment. The team will not be helped by the injured Jerome Boateng, Manuel Neuer, Shkodran Mustafi and Benedikt Hevedes. Remained outside the application and Thomas Muller, and Tony Kroos on the eve of the match was unwell. Nevertheless, the German national team is expected to be closer to the optimum than England.



Forecasts for friendly matches are ungrateful. It is better to abstain, but the duty obliges. And because I'm a man who likes to play against bookmakers and statistics I will put on the following a very important thing I think about this match.



The two teams have met 31 times, with England winning 13 and losing 15, and the drawn games are only 3. Both teams have not scored a draw of 16 consecutive matches, most recently happened in 1982, in fact, the first match in history between England and Germany ended with draw in the 1930s.



I think the draw will be lifted out of the dust, and today will be one of those days when we say "I did not expect that" Good Luck!

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