Last Updated on November 24, 2022 9:07 am by Gambyl Nation Editorial Team
One more day is completed in the group stage of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, and we are already witnessing the second big surprise of this World Cup, with Japan coming from behind against dangerous Germany, as happened in the match between Argentina and Saudi Arabia.
This leaves things much more open in the so-called Group of Death, where Germany and Spain were the clear favorites to advance as first and second in the group, but, with Japan’s 1-2 win over Germany, it leaves the four-time world champions in an extremely complicated situation where they have to win their next two matches, one of them against Spain.
With each passing day, the World Cup gets better and better, we see how the big teams like Argentina and Germany have succumbed, while others like France and England have stepped up their game and demonstrated their high level.
This start of the World Cup has not disappointed, and we hope that from now on all the matches will be much more interesting and, above all, exciting.
Now, after the first matchday in Group E has been played, we will have the actions of the second day with the match we are all waiting for, a match between two of the best teams in the world that need to win no matter what.
Sunday, November 27 at 02:00 pm ET at the Al Bayt Stadium
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Why Bet on Germany
The 4 times world champion team, Germany has started in the worst possible way this Qatar 2022 World Cup. Saudi Arabia’s surprise against Argentina did not serve as a learning experience for the German team, as they fell dramatically against Japan with a score of 1-2.
Germany started the match as we all expected with a lot of insistence inside Japan’s area, but without the necessary effectiveness to take the lead on the scoreboard. It was not until the 33rd minute when Manchester City’s Ikay Gündogan scored a penalty to give his team the lead.
However, the team became overconfident and underestimated Japan, who, in the second half, came out on top and managed to come back with goals in the 75th and 83rd minutes to score the second great surprise of this World Cup.
Why Bet on Spain
On the other hand, Spain comes into this match with a lot of confidence, with a base of very talented young players that produce a lot of expectations, not only for this World Cup but for the future of the national team.
Spain is led by the experience of Sergio Busquet, Jordi Alba, and Alvaro Morata, but the rest of the players are top young talents who are stars in their respective teams, such as Pedri, Rodri, Gavi, Dani Olmo, and Marco Asensio himself.
Spain wasn’t one of the favorite teams or to be a great protagonist in this World Cup, but, after what happened with Argentina and Germany, and the beating they are giving at this moment to Costa Rica, this may change.
Final Betting Analysis: Germany vs. Spain
One of the most awaited European classics in the world, Spain vs. Germany, two teams that know what it is to lift the trophy of world champions in the last decade will meet in a do-or-die match on this second day of Group E.
At MyBookie.ag we can see that there is a Moneyline that favors Spain at +138, while Germany starts at +194.
Germany is obliged to look for a win in this match, they have no margin for error if they want to avoid being left, for the second consecutive World Cup, in the group stage.
While Spain knows that this match is the most important of the group and, despite having to face Japan in the third match, a win would give them good ground for first place.
That said, our prediction for this match is a 3-1 victory for Spain.
Look for a straight win on the Moneyline Spain. If you put $100 on Spain at +138, you’ll be looking at a $138 win with a total payout of $238.
Germany vs. Spain Betting Pick: Spain