Germany may have planned something different to defend their world champion’s title but Javier Hernandez and Hirivng Lozano had other ideas. It was a shocking moment for all German fans as they saw their team lost to Mexico by 1-0. The Germans were believed to be a deadly force to reckon with by Mexico showed the world how terrible the Germans have been in defending and Manuel Neuer may not be in that touch of the ball as he missed out on saving a not so difficult strike from the Lozano. Still at the end of the day, Germany lost their first game and now they lock horns with Sweden in their next game and would want to win this game at all cost. However, Sweden would come into this game with great confidence as they got their win in their first game and now would want to draw this game at any cost.
According to bet365 the odds of Germany winning this game is 1/2, odds of drawing this game is 7/2 and the odds of Sweden winning this game is 13/2. Similar odds have been provided by skybet too as their odds for Germany emerging out victorious are 1/2 and probability for a draw is 10/3 and for Sweden to win the odds are 6. Betfair odd for Germany is 1/2, for Sweden is 13/2 and the odds of this match ending in a draw are 10/3.
A few changes are expected from the German side as they would want bring in Marco Reus from the start in place of Mesut Ozil and Julian Brandt alongside Leon Goretzka. Jonas Hector is expected to start in the defense.
Sweden may bring Victor Lindelof in the defense in this game.
Sweden: W D D L L W
Germany: L W L L D D
Germany is most likely to come out on top after this game.
Man Of The Match:
If Germany has to win then it would fall on Marco Reus and if Sweden wins, it will be Mesut Ozil.