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South Korea vs Germany Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview

South Korea vs Germany Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview

Another interesting clash is ahead of us as Germany will play against South Korea at the Kazan Arena. This is the third match in their Group F campaign.

South Korea is placed last in the group with two losses. In the first round they were defeated by Sweden and in the second round, Mexico managed to triumph over them. With those two losses, they have most likely been eliminated from the competition. They lost to Mexico by the score of 1-2. They did not start the match the way that they would expect and as a result, made lots of mistakes. One of those mistakes led to a penalty kick for Mexico mid-first half. Vela took his chance and scored. In the second half, South Korea knew that they needed an early goal and started playing really aggressive. Because of that style of football, they received four cards in the second half alone. Chicharito of Mexico added another goal for his team mid-second half. Son Heung-Min of South Korea managed to reduce the lead by one in the third minute of the second half stoppage time, thus providing some hope of a comeback. A few minutes later, the referee blew the final whistle and with it likely declared that South Korea has been eliminated from the competition and that Mexico has progressed to the knock-out phase.

South Korea vs Germany Prediction

Germany is placed second in the group with three points. After their shocking loss to Mexico, they managed to defeat Sweden in the second round and increase their chances of progressing further in the competition. The clash against the Swedes may have been one of toughest that the Germans have played in the recent years. The Swedes showed their composure and waited for their chances. As a result, they managed to score first in the thirty-second minute and make the Germans change their playstyle. Just three minutes into the second half, Reus scored and set the result to 1-1. In the eighty-second minute of the game, Boateng was sent off for the second yellow, and at that moment it seemed like the biggest upset of the tournament is about to happen. If the result had stayed at 1-1, Germany would have been eliminated from the competition. They were a man and a goal down. Just when all seemed lost, Germany gets a free kick in the fifth minute of the stoppage time. Kroos fires it away and secures the win for his team. The German composure and mentality did its wonder once again. This may prove to be the most important free kick of this World Cup.

The two sides have played three matches in total. They first faced each other in 1994 at the World Cup. Germany triumphed by the score of 3-2. Their second meeting was in 2002 and it went to Germany again (1-0), and in their most recent outing, in 2004, South Korea beat the Germans by the score of 3-1. Germany will give their best to win this clash as a win would most likely see them progressing to the next phase of the competition.

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South Korea vs Germany Stats

Stats are based on the last 10 games (including friendly matches)


Missing players

South Korea don't have many missing players for the match against Germany. Park Joo-Ho is not fully fit and he is doubtful for the match. All other players are fully fit and ready for the match.

On the other side Germany also don't have fresh injury concerns for this game, but they have missing players for the match against South Korea. Jerome Boateng is suspended and he will not play on Wedensday afternoon. Mats Hummels and Sebastian Rudy are not fully fit and they are doubtful for the match.

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Possible starting lineups

South Korea: Cho, Y. Lee, Jang, Y. Kim, M. Kim, Ju, Ki, Moon, J. Lee, Hwang, Son

Germany: Neuer, Kimmich, Sule, Hummels, Hector, Gundogan, Kroos, Muller, Draxler, Reus, Werner

South Korea vs Germany Prediction

This game is going to be a true ticket booster game on Wednesday. South Korea are without a single points on this tournament and they are highly motivated for the match against reigning champ. They will play aggressive football from the first minute and will try to score after fast counterattacks. All expect from Son Heung-Min to score. On the other side this game is must win for Germans. After a late goal by Tony Kroos against Sweden, Germany must now finish job against South Korea. A big pressure is on Joachim Low’s side in their third game on the tournament and all expect a comfortable win for Germany. Defeat by South Korea would’ve seen the defending champions get knocked out of the competition, so all players are highly motivated for this game. Germany and Sweden both have three points and a goal difference of zero, so we expect a really interesting situation in Group F.

However our prediction and betting tips for the match South Korea vs Germany Prediction: Germany to win. We expect from them to hammer South Korea and to win by 2 or more goal difference. Germany have scored at least 2 goals in 11 of their last 12 matches on the World Cups and we expect from them to score at least three goals against South Korea. So if you link these two picks and bet on Germany to win and Over 3.5 goals then can win a big.

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South Korea vs Germany Correct Score Prediction

We expect from Germany to score three goals, but also expect from South Korea to score once. We believe South Korea will score from the penalty spot. So our risky bet goes on correct score 1-3. Have a nice betting day and good luck in earning money with our football prediction and betting tips.

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