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Take a punt on the old rivalry

19 November 2013

England will look to bounce back from a disappointing result against Chile but fierce rivals Germany visit Wembley as favourites on Tuesday.

The Germans, who have lost just once in their last 16 games, are 5/1 second favourites for the World Cup in Brazil next summer while England are 22/1 outsiders, with the visitors the favourites on the night.  

Roy Hodgson still has a raft of injuries to contend with, weakening the case for supporting England, who lost 2-0 to Chile on Friday, though Germany will be without Philipp Lahm, Manuel Neuer, Mesut Ozil and Sami Khedira.

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is expected to start having recovered from injury and is 5/1 to score in an England win, while he’s 11/4 to score anytime.

The last meeting between the sides was Germany’s 4-1 win at World Cup 2010, when Thomas Muller scored twice – the Bayern Munich star is 10/1 to repeat that feat and favourite to break the deadlock.

There hasn’t been a draw between the sides since the memorable Euro ’96 semi-final and it’s a 1/4 chance for either side to claim a victory, while a 5-1 victory for England, as they managed in 2001, is a massive 200/1.

Odds are subject to change

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