England vs Germany Betting Tips PT 2- By A.J. Ryder on March 21, 2017 17:55 GMT
You will also find that the draw, which would probably suit England a lot more than it would suit Germany, is available at a 3/1 price and looks pretty good if you think that the Germans might not really shift into high gear here despite there being so much history between both of these teams.
It's interesting to note that the bookmakers have priced a 1-1 draw as the shortest priced outcome in the correct score market for this contest. You'll find them available at a 6/1 margin at the majority of major bookmakers. The next most likely results include Germany to win by a 1-0 or 2-1 margin and both of those are trading at a price of around 9/1.
You really do get the feeling that this is the type of match that's going to be dictated a lot more by the first goal scored the last goal. And that makes the first goalscorer market particularly enticing for a game like this because there simply so many match winners on the pitch at any point.
There are question marks over the presence of Mario Gomez starting up front for the German side and this likely means that your first goal scorer wagers are probably going to be better placed on Thomas Muller than they would be on a player such as Gomez. Right now you're looking at a 4/1 price or to grab the opening goal of this contest. Julian Draxler is an interesting option here too and he can be backed as high as an 8/1 price tag to open the scoring coming out of midfield.
If you're looking to back an England player to score the first goal of this contest then you're probably looking at Jamie Vardy to grab the opener and he can be backed as high as a 9/1 price to score first. You will also see Jermain Defoe listed as potential goal scorer here and he trades around a 10 / 1 margin and would certainly be rolling back the years if he was to grab the opener against Germany.