Germany vs Sweden Prediction, Women’s World Cup soccer betting preview
GERMANY will go into their quarter-final clash against Sweden as raging favourites with their FIFA Women’s World Cup match to be played at Roazhon Park on Saturday.
The Germans are yet to have a goal scored against them at the World Cup and this has been reflected in betting, with leading online betting sites installing them -175 to defeat Sweden outright.
Making things even harder for Sweden, is the fact they have had just five shots in their past two matches, with the +420 priced outfit needing to be far more creative to challenge the powerful Germans.
The draw in this Sweden vs Germany clash is paying +360, which for non-Americans means you should be able to invest $100 and get $360 back.
Germany were super impressive in their quarter-final clash, defeating Nigeria; while Sweden upset a Canadian team that thought it had its measure. Both Germany and Sweden were not scored against.
Continue reading for our best bets and free predictions for the Germany v Sweden Women’s World Cup 2019 quarter final.
Best bets: Germany v Sweden
We take a look at some of the betting markets we like and give our Germany vs Sweden predictions:
Over/Under 2 goals betting prediction
A simple market this one, but we think the oddsmakers have got it wrong. While both teams are defensive-minded and hold their structure very well, this is a quarter-final at a World Cup and if a team scores early the playbook will go out the window, because there is no tomorrow. For this reason we’re betting on the -126 on the over 2 goals option on this one.
Alexandra Popp to score anytime
The German star might be favourite to score a goal anytime during the clash against the Swedes, but you just can’t look past the +145 on offer. Popp may not have scored many so far in this tournament, but her record in big matches speaks for itself, including scoring against Nigeria in the round-of-16 match.
Sweden vs Germany bet prediction
Germany, who are ranked second in the world behind the USA, have not won a World Cup since their 2007 win in China, but they have too much talent for Sweden.
The Germans even have recent history on their side, having defeated Sweden 2-1 in the gold medal match at the 2016 Olympics. The Swedes’ last victory over Germany came in March 2015, when they beat them 4-2 in the group stages of a major tournament.
We predict the Germans will win this but there will be a bit of a first-half scare, before the cream rises to the top and the Germans win 2-1.
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