USA - Germany
International Match - Pratt and Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field
* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
Predictions and Best Odds for USA vs Germany
Germany is visiting the United States for a couple of friendly matches against the USA and Mexico.
USA to Win
- The USA has won three out of their last five matches
- Germany lost three out of the past four games
- The United States defeated Germany twice in their last three h2h encounters
Both Teams to Score – Yes
- Germany covered this bet three times in their last five outings
- The USA had one BTTS match in the past five games
- In three out of the previous five contests between the US and Germany, both teams got on the scoresheet
Statistics and Latest Odds for USA vs Germany prediction
USA's last five matches: WDDWW
Germany's last five matches: DLLLW
Here is the way the bookmakers view the odds for the match in question:
USA odds: 13/5 (3.50) – 28.6%
Draw odds: 11/4 (3.75) – 26.7%
Germany odds: 1/1 (2.00) – 50%
According to the latest USA vs Germany odds, the bookies believe that the visiting team is the expected winner. The probability of Germany's victory is at 50 percent. That fact is a bit surprising considering that the hosts of the EUROs next year are in an abysmal run of form which saw them change national team coach after their recent defeat against Japan. For all the latest picks and odds throughout the betting markets, visit our football predictions today page. Here are some options for this particular USA vs Germany matchup: Draw at Half-Time is valued at 4/1 (4.00) – 25% while a potential Weston McKennie goal could get you odds up to 9/2 (5.50) – 18.2%.
USA vs Germany Lineups, Preview, and Team Information
The United States has won the last two friendly matches against Uzbekistan and Oman with a combined goal difference of 7-0. For the home side, the big news is that coach Gregg Berhalter invited the 20-year-old Gio Reyna to the squad for the first time since last year's World Cup.
Predicted lineup: Turner, Dest, Robinson, Richards, Carter-Vickers, McKennie, Musah, de la Torre, Reyna, Pulisic, Weah.
The Germans are in disarray as they are preparing to host the EUROs next summer. There is a new manager in charge, Julian Nagelsmann replaced Hansi Flick who was fired after yet another loss, this time to Japan who demolished Germany 4-1 last month in a friendly match. Nagelsmann recalled veteran defender Mats Hummels who is joining the squad for the first time after more than two years.
Predicted lineup: ter Stegen, Rudiger, Tah, Sule, Gosens, Kimmich, Goretzka, Gundogan, Sane, Muller, Havertz.
Player to Watch: Christian Pulisic
The USA captain who joined AC Milan over the summer has been a terrific addition to the Italian side. Having played in eight matches during the Serie A season, Pulisic scored four goals and assisted on a single occasion. The 25-year-old is enjoying football again after a turbulent time at Chelsea.
Looking at his career for the United States national team, Pulisic has been a staple in the starting lineup for the past seven years since his debut. Over that time he accumulated 62 appearances and scored 26 goals while being a member of the USA World Cup squad.
Starting lineups are usually released 60 minutes before kick-off.