Germany vs Cameroon: Low's fringe players still too strong

Germany vs Cameroon: Low’s fringe players still too strong

Kick Off: 1600, 25/06/2017

Stadium: Fisht Stadium

TV: ITV

Germany look well placed to qualify for the Confederations Cup semi-finals and are expected to see off Cameroon in Sochi on Sunday.

Joachim Low’s decision to take an inexperienced team to this tournament has yet to backfire and Die Mannschaft should still be technically superior to a raw Cameroon outfit.

We’re kicking off our Germany vs Cameroon betting tips by taking 7/5 for the World Cup winners to prevail without conceding a goal.

A Look At Germany’s Betting Odds

Germany looked a bit shaky at the back when beating Australia 3-2 and again struggled to contain Chile early on, with Alexis Sanchez pouncing on a defensive error and Eduardo Vargas hitting the bar.

However, Lars Stindl’s equaliser against the South Americans seemed to settle Germany’s nerves and there were few dramas in the second half of that 1-1 stalemate.

“It was an incredibly demanding game played at the highest level,” commented Low. “I’m very satisfied with my boys. They all did a great job.”

We were keen to take on the weakened world champs at the start of the competition but they are gradually winning us over and 27/4 for a 2-0 triumph appeals from the Germany vs Cameroon odds.

A Look At Cameroon’s Betting Odds

After opening with a 2-0 loss to Chile, Cameroon failed to capitalise on going ahead on the stroke of half-time when held to a 1-1 draw by Australia.

The Indomitable Lions did create enough chances to prevail on Thursday but the reckless challenge which gifted the Socceroos a 60th-minute equaliser from the penalty spot highlighted the naivety of this team.

Cameroon’s athleticism may help to keep them in contention for a while against Germany, but we reckon the favourites can take control of this game in the run-up to the interval.

We’re taking 17/10 for Die Mannschaft to score between 30:01 minutes and half-time to complete our Germany vs Cameroon predictions.

Additional stats

Last result

GERMANY 1-1 Chile – Lars Stindl

CAMEROON 1-1 Australia – Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa

Head to head: Germany 2-2 Cameroon, Germany 3-0 Cameroon, Cameroon 0-2 Germany

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