South Korea vs Germany

South Korea vs Germany Betting Tip

Statistics, predictions and bet tips with highest odds for the World Cup Match South Korea vs Germany. Sounds analysis with head-to-head comparison and current performance by football experts.

Word Cup 2018 | Wednesday 27th June | 15:00 UK Time
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South Korea vs Germany | Prediction, Betting Tips & Odds

South Korea and Germany meet in Group F on Wednesday afternoon, with the reigning World Cup winners looking to avoid an embarrassing early exit in Russia. A last-gasp goal against Sweden means that Germany are now in with a chance of reaching the knockout phase of the competition, however a win over their Asian opponents is a must.

Match Preview

The final round of matches in Group F of this year’s World Cup in Russia sees South Korea and Germany going head-to-head in Kazan, with the dedicated away side knowing that all three points will potentially see them qualify for the Round of 16. However, with their opponents undoubtedly hoping to avoid three straight defeats during their campaign, it promises to be an entertaining affair at the Kazan Arena. For those still unsure of who to back ahead of kick-off, be sure to check out our top betting tip below. However, let’s first take a closer look at the two teams, starting with South Korea.

South Korea News & Form

Following successive defeats against both Sweden and Mexico, South Korea will be hoping to give their supporters something to cheer in their final Group F match, with Shin Tae-yong’s side having scored just once in 180 minutes of football in Russia. Tottenham Hotspur’s Son Heung-min was the man to find the back of the net, with South Korea’s star man likely to provide the biggest threat to the German defence on Wednesday.

Germany News & Form

Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos scored a fantastic late winner against Sweden in the dying minutes, meaning that the 2014 World Cup winners remain in the mix-up for qualification from Group F. However, manager Low will know that his side will have to improve if they are to get anywhere close to matching their achievements in Brazil, with the likes of Timo Werner and Julian Draxler under pressure to rediscover their best form sooner rather than later.

South Korea vs Germany Head to Head

The two nations have met just three times in the past, with Germany having won two of such encounters. However, it was South Korea who came out on top the last time the duo met, running out 3-1 winners in a friendly international back in 2004. However, with no matches having taken place since then, few conclusions can be made from their head-to-head record.

South Korea vs Germany Odds and Predictions

Despite their indifferent start to the competition in Russia, their status as the reigning world champions means that it perhaps comes as little surprise that Germany are the firm favourites for victory on Wednesday with the majority of major online bookmakers. Joachim Low’s side are available to back at odds of 1/5 with William Hill, while South Korea are priced at 16/1 on the same platform to claim their first victory in Russia. Meanwhile, a draw after 90 minutes is also available at 13/2 with Paddy Power.

Our Top Betting Tip: “Germany to score over 1.5 goals”

However, our top betting tip for the match is to bet on Germany to score over 1.5 team goals during the 90 minutes in Kazan, a market is available at a best price of 1/4 with Ladbrokes.

Betting tip: Germany to score over 1.5 goals
1/4 (at Ladbrokes)

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