Germany vs Chile: La Roja look in better shape

Germany vs Chile: La Roja look in better shape

Kick Off: 1900, 22/06/2017

Stadium: Kazan Arena

TV: ITV4

Germany and Chile both began their Confederations Cup campaign with victories but we’re very much in the South American camp for what could prove a Group B decider.

Juan Antonio Pizzi looks determined to make a statement in Russia, whereas Joachim Low is using this tournament very much as a development exercise.

That makes 29/20 for La Roja to claim victory in Kazan the way to go for our Germany vs Chile betting tips.

A Look At Germany’s Betting Odds

Germany played some attractive football going forward when beating Australia 3-2 and should really have wrapped up victory in the first half, rather than going in just 2-1 ahead.

As well as those missed chances, Low will also be concerned by the performance of Bayer Leverkusen keeper Bernd Leno, who was pretty poor for both of the Socceroos’ goals.

Summing up the display, captain Julian Draxler said: “After the break, we lost our rhythm a bit. It was important to pick up our first three points. That’s what counts. But we’ll have to be much better against Chile.”

We agree with the PSG playmaker and would rather take 11/5 for La Roja to win and over 2.5 goals in the game from the Germany vs Chile odds.

A Look At Chile’s Betting Odds

Chile were denied a first-half goal as a result of a video replay offside decision but eventually wore down Cameroon for a 2-0 triumph.

“My players have been performing to a very high level for three years now,” commented Pizzi, after Arturo Vidal and Eduardo Vargas had hit the target.

“We tried to bring the strongest possible side here, one that can dig in when the going gets tough, as was the case in the second half.”

Alexis Sanchez also shone when providing two assists and we’re rounding off our Germany vs Chile predictions by taking 28/1 for the Arsenal ace to score first in a 2-1 success this time.

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Last result:

Australia 2-3 GERMANY – Lars Stindl, Julian Draxler (pen), Leon Goretzka

Cameroon 0-2 CHILE – Arturo Vidal, Eduardo Vargas

Head-to-head: Germany 1-0 Chile, Chile 1-4 Germany, Germany 1-0 Chile

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