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Germany v Sweden

Germany v Sweden

Germany take on Sweden at World Cup 2022 on Saturday June 23rd and we've made it easy for you to bet on Germany v Sweden at the best odds that sportsbooks offer.

Germany v Sweden Odds

The table below shows which sportsbooks offer best odds for a Germany win (H), a win for Sweden (A), or the match being drawn (D). Click MORE ODDS to compare odds from more sportsbooks.

NB: Germany v Sweden odds correct at the time this page went live and are subject to change. Last updated: GMT 00:01 23/06/2018.

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World Cup champions, Germany, suffered a crushing defeat in their opening game against Mexico, and come into their clash against Sweden sitting in 3 place in Group F.

Sweden are in a much stronger position coming into their 2nd game of the competition, after a victory over Korea saw them take the top spot in their qualifying group.

As expected, sportsbooks offer Germany as the favourites to win, but Joachim Low is well aware that this could be a difficult game, and Germany really need to play their best football to avoid an early exit form the 2022 World Cup.

Germany haven’t lost to Sweden since 1988, and after a long run of successive wins, 2 of the last 3 games have only resulted in draws.

Sweden are a much stronger team than they used to be, and Germany will have their work cut out if the last 2 games are anything to go by.

In saying that, both draws were extremely exciting games, resulting in huge scorelines, and Saturday’s game is set to be one of the most anticipated games of the day.

Joachim Low isn’t expected to make too many changes to the German line-up, but the German squad won’t be taking things as lightly as they did in their opening game.

Low is well aware of the fact that a loss against Sweden would pretty much end their World Cup campaign, and the current champions will be determined not to let this happen.

Sweden on the other hand put themselves in a stronger position with an opening game victory.

The Swedes may have looked strong against Korea, but they still had to depend on a penalty to take a victory, and they probably won’t be so lucky against Germany.

The biggest concerns for Oliver Bierhoff coming into the game, is the fact that Sweden aren’t as fast as Germany, and they’ve been lacking in their ability to score.

It’s a make or break game for Germany, and while Sweden will be a decent opposition, sportsbooks offer Germany as favourites, and we don’t expect any major upsets in this one.