Germany vs Ukraine prediction, odds & betting tips – 03/06/2024

Germany face Ukraine on Monday night almost a year to the day that the sides last locked horns. On that day, the pair played out a 3-3 draw and we're predicting another close and competitive 90 minutes at the Max-Morlock-Stadion.

Germany vs Ukraine prediction
Germany played host to Ukraine in 2023 and the game ended 3-3- Photo by Icon Sport

Both teams will be missing players that they have called up for Euro 2024 due to the Champions League final taking place on Saturday,

Monday's warm-up game between Germany and Ukraine should prove to be very competitive as both teams will want to get into some good form ahead of the start of Euro 2024 in a couple of weeks time.

Germany vs Ukraine prediction: Germany to win without key players

Key Stats

  • Both teams have scored in six of the last seven meetings between these two nations.
  • Goals have been produced at both ends of the pitch in four of Germany's and four of Ukraine's last six international matches.
  • Germany have won four of their last six encounters with Ukraine.
  • Over 2.5 goals have been produced in four of the hosts' and four of the visitors' last six fixtures.

Pre-game odds and win probability: A home win on the cards?

  • HOME: 4/9 (1.44) – 69.2%
  • DRAW: 21/5 (5.20) – 19.2%
  • AWAY: 13/2 (7.50) – 13.3%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

You can find all our predictions for today's games on our football betting tips page.

Last five H2Hs: Germans in full control

International Match 12/06/23

Germany

Germany

3
Ukraine

Ukraine

3

UEFA Nations League 14/11/20

Germany

Germany

3
Ukraine

Ukraine

1

UEFA Nations League 10/10/20

Ukraine

Ukraine

1
Germany

Germany

2

Euro 2016 12/06/16

Germany

Germany

2
Ukraine

Ukraine

0

Despite the last meeting between these two countries ending in a 3-3 draw, Germany have won three and drawn two of their last five games against Ukraine across all competitions.

Germany preview: Beat France and the Netherlands

As the host nation, Germany didn't have to qualify for Euro 2024 and have instead been playing friendly matches over the last year in preparation for this summer's big tournament. With wins against France and the Netherlands in their last two fixtures, Julian Nagelsmann's side look ready to make a challenge for the Euro 2024 trophy.

Predicted lineup: Neuer (GK), Koch, Tah, Mittelstädt, Groß, Gündoğan, Andrich, Kimmich, Havertz, Wirtz & Musiala

Euro 2024 23/06/24

D

Switzerland

Switzerland

1

Germany

Germany

1

Euro 2024 19/06/24

W

Hungary

Hungary

0

Germany

Germany

2

Euro 2024 14/06/24

W

Scotland

Scotland

1

Germany

Germany

5

International Match 07/06/24

W

Greece

Greece

1

Germany

Germany

2

International Match 03/06/24

D

Ukraine

Ukraine

0

Germany

Germany

0

Ukraine preview: Unbeaten in last five

A series of good performances helped Ukraine qualify for Euro 2024 this summer, including wins against Iceland, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Malta and North Macedonia, coupled with a draw against Italy which lead to a five-game unbeaten run at the end of the qualifiers.

Predicted lineup: Bushchan (GK), Matviienko, Mykhaylichenko, Konoplia, Zabarnyi, Malinovskyi, Mudryk, Sudakov, Yaremchuk, Yaremchuk & Tsyhankov 

Euro 2024 21/06/24

W

Slovakia

Slovakia

1

Ukraine

Ukraine

2

Euro 2024 17/06/24

L

Romania

Romania

3

Ukraine

Ukraine

0

International Match 11/06/24

W

Moldova

Moldova

0

Ukraine

Ukraine

4

International Match 07/06/24

L

Poland

Poland

3

Ukraine

Ukraine

1

International Match 03/06/24

D

Germany

Germany

0

Ukraine

Ukraine

0

Player to watch – Kai Havertz

Kai Havertz scored twice at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and will be looking to add to his tally in major international tournaments this summer in his home nation.

Kai Havertz player to watch
Kai HAVERTZ of Germany celebrates his goal during the International friendly match between France and Germany – Photo by Icon Sport

The Arsenal forward also scored against Ukraine a year ago as the teams played out an epic 3-3 draw, and we're backing the 24-year-old to impress once again on Monday night. Havertz was called up to the Germany squad for the very first time in 2018 and made his debut against Peru, becoming the first German player born in 1999 to be capped by his country at senior level.

The Arsenal man scored when these two countries last went head-to-head

Germany will be without the likes of Antonio Rüdiger, Nico Schlotterbeck, Toni Kroos and Niclas Füllkrug on Monday night due to their Champions League commitments, so Havertz, who has 15 goals in 44 caps, is likely to lead the line against Ukraine.

The latest Tweets from each camp

Germany

Ukraine


A lifelong Evertonian, James started writing for an Everton fan site in the mid-2000s and then developed his own blog covering football transfers from across Europe's big leagues before becoming a regular match preview and betting tips writer for Biggest Free Bets. James moved to Free Super Tips next, and then Racing Post, where he worked as a full-time betting tips writer for a few years. Following that, James joined Football Whispers in December 2020 and has been a permanent fixture ever-since, currently covering the Premier League amongst other things