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Germany Women vs Austria Women Predictions

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  • Brentford Community Stadium
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Germany Women To Win To Nil

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Germany Women vs Austria Women Predictions

  • Germany won all three group games convincingly with an aggregate score of 9-0.
  • Germany have won five of their last six games without conceding.
  • Austria lost both of their previous friendly games to Germany.
  • Germany will be boosted by the return of last year’s Bundesliga top scorer Lea Schüller (26 goals in 40 national team games).

Schüller’s return spells more trouble for Austria

Germany can ease into the semi-finals of Euro 2022 with a relatively comfortable win over neighbours Austria at Brentford Community Stadium on Thursday. Die Nationalelf have been superb so far, winning all three Group B games without conceding and with a bit to spare each time.

Things ought to get trickier from here, but last season’s 16-goal Bundesliga top scorer Lea Schüller has been cleared to play after missing Germany’s last two games with COVID-19.

She sparkled in attack against Denmark earlier in the tournament and looks to be a great anytime goalscorer option here at around 8/11 after netting 26 times in her 40 internationals to date.

German defence has been unbreachable so far

Austria will be boosted by the return of defender Katharina Naschenweng, one of 20 players in the squad that ply their trade over the border in the Bundesliga. There will be a lot of familiarity between the sides and it should lessen the chances of a surprise result.

Irene Fuhrmann’s team have never beaten Germany before and it’s likely that seven of Thursday’s starters will have played in their 4-2 friendly loss of 2016 and six from their 3-1 defeat back in 2018. Germany could well come away with a two-goal victory margin again here – particularly if Schüller picks up where she left off against the Danes.

Martina Voss-Tecklenburg’s side showed no mercy on Finland last time out, racking up 29 shots on goal for a final xG figure of 4.0, but the xG against number of 0.07 was arguably even more impressive. Therefore, a win-to-nil bet makes more sense than backing the Germans to cover a -1 handicap – although in reality they could do both in a probable 2-0 victory.

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