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England v Germany -Stats and Preview- 29-6-21 Old foes meet at Wembley

Match: England v Germany

Competition: Euro 2021

Date: 29/6/21

Kick-off time: 5pm

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Recent form

  • Last 5

  • Last 5

Head to head record

Last 5 matches –

10/11/17 England 0 – 0 Germany

22/03/17 Germany 1 – 0 England

26/03/16 Germany 2 – 3 England

19/11/13 England 0 – 1 Germany

27/06/10 Germany 4 – 1 England

Goal stats

  • Total match goals
Over 0.5 goals 67%
Over 1.5 goals 33%
Over 2.5 goals 33%
Over 3.5 goals 33%
BTTS - Yes 33%

England team goals

Over 0.5 goals 67%
Over 1.5 goals 0%
Over 2.5 goals 0%

Germany team goals

Over 0.5 goals 100%
Over 1.5 goals 67%
Over 2.5 goals 67%

Corner betting stats

England corner stats

Average corners for: 2

Average corners against: 3

Over/ under corner % charts

Over 9.5 corners 33%
Over 10.5 corners 0%
Over 11.5 corners 0%

Germany corner stats

Average corners for: 4

Average corners against: 2

Over/ under corner % charts

Over 9.5 corners 25%
Over 10.5 corners 0%
Over 11.5 corners 0%

Card betting stats

England Card stats

Averages

Yellow for: 0.33

Yellows against: 4

Top cards:

P Foden – 1

Germany Card stats

Averages

Yellow for: 2

Yellows against: 2

Top cards:

J Kimmich – 1

L Sane – 1

I Gundogan – 1

M Ginter – 1

K Havertz – 1

Injuries

England injuries & suspensions

Out: None

Doubtful: M Mount and B Chilwell

Suspended: None

Germany injuries & suspensions

Out: None

Doubtful: None

Suspended: None

England v Germany Match Preview & Trends

Can Germany dump England out of another major tournament?

London is the setting for this last 16 clash between England and Germany. After impressing in the group stages with a hard-fought draw with Switzerland and an emphatic victory against Turkey before falling to eventual group winners Italy, confidence in the Welsh camp is high. With the winners of this tie set to face the victor of the Sweden vs Ukraine match in the quarter-finals in Rome, it should be a fascinating contest between two quality footballing sides.

Despite not having really fired as an attacking force so far, Joachim Low will be all too aware of the threats that England can pose to his German side. Gareth Southgate has so far been fairly restrictive with his tactics and England’s performances, whilst solid, have not exactly been spectacular. One man who will be hoping to see more action than his current 10 minutes of playing time is Borussia Dortmund’s, Jadon Sancho. The England winger has lit up the Bundesliga this season with 20 goals and 14 assists so will be on the radar of the German players and will know them very well.

Chelsea duo Kai Havertz and Timo Werner are well known to the England players as are ex-Arsenal striker Serge Gnabry and former Liverpool midfielder Emre Can but perhaps the main threat to the Three Lions is Ilkay Gundogan. The Manchester City midfielder has posed a huge goal-threat all season and will be up against his clubmate John Stones. Something has to gibe at Wembley stadium!

England covered 312.9km in the group stages and have maintained a passing accuracy of 87% and averaging 56% possession. The English have made 90 passes into the attacking third with 58 of those in key areas. They have completed 10/41 crosses, which left them at 24%. In comparison, Germany has covered 326km in the first three games, maintaining a passing accuracy of 90% and averaged 61% possession. The Germans made 226 passes into the attacking third with 117 of those in key areas. They completed 20/82 crosses, which left them at 24%.

Key trends

The last meeting between these two nations was a 0-0 draw in 2017

England has not beaten Germany since 2016

There has only ever been 4 draws between these two sides

Referee data

Ref:

Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)