Estonia vs Germany Live EURO Qualification | Estonia vs Germany Live Football Match 13/10/2019
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Estonia vs Germany
Date: Sunday, 13 October 2019
Kick-off at 19:45 UK/ 20:45 CET
Venue: A. Le Coq Arena (Tallinn).
Die Mannschaft was given a rude awakening by the Dutch, as in German soil, the team was defeated 2-4. It made light work of all the goodwill they had accrued by the road win against this same opponent in the reverse fixture. As such, Joachim Low’s men will not take it easy against this minnows in the upcoming battle and will make sure they get the available three points – which definitely will come in handy towards the end of the qualification run.
Estonia vs Germany Head-to-head (h2h)
DFB-Elf holds a 100% win-record against this opponent.
These two had locked horns two months before, which was the reverse fixture of this tie, and then the Estonians lost 8-0.
The Germans have scored four or more goals in every single encounter so far.
The Blueshirts have managed to find the back of the net only once till now.
Estonia vs Germany Prediction
Manuel Neuer and his boys cannot afford to take things lightly. Northern Ireland and the Netherlands are giving tough competition for the two qualification spots along with the Germans. On top of that, Low’s men had already lost against the Dutch, and that too at home, conceding four goals. This has the potential to hurt the four-time world champions, in case any tie in points arises.
Prima facie, the Germans are the best of the lot in Group C. Maybe Holland could make a challenge to that claim. But there’s no doubt as to who the absolute worst is – Estonia.
They have lost all of their games in the tournament so far, conceding 18 goals in the process, while returning just two.
Moreover, the return fixture had ended in a massive defeat for the Estonians. One by one, the Germans combined to slot in eight goals against the hapless visitors.
In addition, the Blueshirts have recorded just four wins from their previous twenty-one fixtures, and only one since January of this year. In front of the home crowd, they are winless in their prior eight appearances and lost six of these as well. Furthermore, the team let in two or more goals in their former three home ties too.
By the looks of things, we are in line for another massive display of superiority from the German giants.
Estonia vs Germany