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Germany vs. Argentine Friendly Match Latest Odds

In another time and place, this match looks a lot like a World Cup Final.

Argentina have been in fairly inconsistent form since Diego Maradona has taken over and that’s one of the chief reasons why the Argentines are trading at 3.25 to win the match against Germany’s 2.25 listing. The draw is also available at 3.25.

It’s going to be interesting to see how many goals get scored in this fixture, as both of these teams have some absolutely top-rated strikers available. Miroslav Klose and Lionel Messi are considered the premier scoring options with each of them listed at 6.0 to score first. You’ll find Cacau and Mario Gomez just behind at 6.5.

Sami Khedira and Stefan Kiessling, Thomas Muller, Lukas Podolski, Sergio Aguero, Gonzalo Higuain, Diego Milito and Carlos Tevez are all pretty strong options and they all trade at 7.0 prices to notch the first strike.

Your outside bet to score first is likely to be either Bastien Schweinsteiger or potential Manchester United target Angel Di Maria. Both players are currently trading at 11.0 prices to score first.

In regards to the half-time/full-time market, we’ve got Germany/Germany as the 3.75 favourite. Draw/Germany pays out at 5.0 while Draw/Draw is the second favourite option at 4.5. Argentina/Germany is very well-priced at 23.0 while Argentina/Argetina can be backed at 5.5.

Live betting will be available on this one and, while there usually aren’t as many different markets available on friendly matches, I still think there are plenty of options to pick up a nice payout here. I actually have a feeling that this match may favour the in-play punter.

Scorecasts are a great way to set up a few nice potential payouts pre-match. I’ve got my eye on Mario Gomez/3-2 Germany @ 101.0. Mario Gomez/2-1 Germany also pays out at 34.0. Schweinsteiger/2-1 Germany is also listed at a solid 61.0.

I think this one is Germany’s to win, but if Argentina can click early and get one in the net during the 1st half, then I think they could boss the game. The Germans typically play some organized and effective football and I have a feeling that Argentina will need to play some very good stuff if they’re going to pull this one off.

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