Germany vs Armenia by JerryDrake
STADIUM: COFACE ARENA, MAINZ (GERMANY)
GERMANY READY TO TAKE OFF
With a lot of self-confidence and some doubts related to the fitness of some players (Neuer, Lahm, Schweinsteiger and Klose), the German national team will play tonight their last friendly. Tomorrow Löw and his players will depart from Frankfurt and fly to Salvador de Bahia.
Joachim Löw declared that this test will be important to say goodbye to the German fans before the take off to Brazil. This means that he will want his team to win this match and score at least some goals. At the same time he confirmed that he will not take risks with Neuer and other players who could still need some time to fully recover from their injuries.
Armenia played two friendlies. They won with UAE 4-3 and lost to Algeria 1-3. Germany drew both with Poland 0-0 and Cameroon 2-2. Before a tournament Germany usually win their last friendly: 3-0 with Colombia in 2006 and 3-1 with Bosnia in 2010.
GERMANY: Weidenfeller; Boateng, Mertesacker, Hummels, Durm; Khedira, Schweinsteiger; Müller, Özil, Reus; Klose (Götze). Coach: Löw
ARMENIA: Berezovskiy (Dinamo M. 3/0); Mkoyan (Shirak 12/0), Haroyan (Pyunik 25/2), Arzumanyan (Aktobe 13/0), Hayrapetyan (Pribram 1/0); Yedigaryan (Zalgiris 11/0), Hovsepyan (Banants 24/5); Manucharyan (Ural 23/3), Mkhitaryan (Borussia D., 31/9) Ghazaryan (Metalurg 10/1); Movsisyan (Spartak 27/16). Coach: Challandes
OUT: Neuer (GERMANY)
DOUBT: Schweinsteiger, Lahm (GERMANY)
Germany to win by 2, odds: 3.80 Winner, stake: 4/10 Possible net win: (15.20-7) = +8.20
Germany to win by 3, odds: 4.75 Bet365, stake: 3/10 Possible net win: (14.25-7) = +7.25
|Germany by 2 or 3||Winner||3.80||7||6-1 LOST (-7 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.