Top Predictions and Best Odds for Germany U21 vs Israel U21
The defending champions of EURO U21, Germany is facing Israel in their opening match of Group C.
- 1 Top Predictions and Best Odds for Germany U21 vs Israel U21
- 2 Stats and Recent Market Odds for Germany U21 vs Israel U21 prediction
- 3 Germany U21 vs Israel U21 Lineups, Team News, and Match Preview
- 4 Player to Watch: Youssoufa Moukoko
Half-Time Germany U21
- Germany won the last five times these sides met
- Germany took the crown of EURO U21 Champions three times
- This will be the third time Israel has qualified for the EURO U21 Championships
Over 2.5 Goals
- Germany and Israel met eight times in the past, and five of the matches went over the line
- Israel has failed to cover this bet three times in the last five games
- Germany crossed the 2.5 goals line in four out of the past five encounters
Stats and Recent Market Odds for Germany U21 vs Israel U21 prediction
These are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.
How did they perform:
Germany U21's last five matches: LWDDW
Israel U21's last five matches: WDDLL
This is how the bookies have set the odds for this match:
Germany U21 odds: 2/7 (1.29) – 77.8%
Draw odds: 5/1 (5.00) – 20%
Israel U21 odds: 9/1 (9.00) – 11.1%
Germany U21 vs Israel U21 odds are not a surprise as the defending champions are the expected winners. The probability rate is almost at 80 percent which means that the bookies have little belief that Israel can mount a serious challenge. The Group C matches will be played in Georgia which is one of the hosts of the tournament. You can check the current crop of picks and predictions from the markets across the specter on our football betting tips today page, and here are some suggestions for the Germany U21 vs Israel U21 game: First-Half Correct Score of 1:0 in Germany's favor is valued at 11/5 (3.20) – 31.3% while going Over 1.5 First-Half Goals is valued at 7/5 (2.40) – 41.7%.
Germany U21 vs Israel U21 Lineups, Team News, and Match Preview
The Germans will be highly motivated to defend their crown which they won two years ago, but on this occasion, the stakes are even higher because there is a place at the Olympics next year worth fighting for and Germany wants to be in Paris.
Probable lineup: Atubolu, Bauer, Dardai, Netz, Schmidt, Keitel, Becker, Huseinbasic, Martel, Moukoko, Schade.
This will be the third time Israel is playing at the U21 European Championships and one of the times they were the hosts. They never managed to pass the group stage and with Germany, England, and the Czech Republic sharing the field, it will be difficult to change that perspective.
Probable lineup: Peretz, Cohen, Jaber, Morgan, Revivo, Azoulay, Bar, Gloukh, Hofmeister, Abu Rumi, Gorno.
Player to Watch: Youssoufa Moukoko
It is not overly difficult to find a player that stands out from both teams. Borussia Dortmund's 18-year-old sensation Youssoufa Moukoko is already established in Dortmund's side and he featured in 26 league games this season scoring seven goals alongside four assists while featuring sporadically on the bench most of the time.
Moukoko was born in the capital city of Cameroon, Yaounde, and moved to Germany with his family at an early age. He has played for German junior teams and his tally for the U21 squad is impressive with six goals in five appearances. Moukoko should be one of the stars of the tournament.