Ace Football previews the international friendly match between Germany and Latvia and offers betting tips, odds, and stats.
Germany welcome Latvia to Dusseldorf on Monday evening for what will be Joachim Low’s last friendly as manager before the European Championship takes place.
Germans in nice flow.
Results have been pretty much up to scratch in recent matches as Germany have performed more or less according to expectations. In their 3 latest outings, Low’s men claimed a 1-0 win against Romania and went on to a 2-1 defeat against Macedonia. Their latest game produced a 1-1 draw with Denmark.
Germany have failed to win their last two home games, though, and can’t afford to let their guard down on Monday.
It has been up and down for Latvia going into this match as league results offer little sense of progress. In their previous 3 matches, Dainis Kazakevics’ side were easily beaten 2-0 by the Netherlands and went on to a 3-3 draw against Turkey. Their latest match served up a 3-1 win against Lithuania.
A current strong away form of 2 wins from their last 4 matches since November could make a difference for Latvia on Monday.
Germany vs Latvia H2H
The two teams have only faced each other once before now in Euro 2004. Latvia and Germany settled for a 0-0 draw on that occasion and haven’t met since after 17 years.
Stats and facts for Germany and Latvia.
Facts are calculated for Friendlies
- Germany scored in the last 13 of 15 matches;
- Germany conceded in the last 7 of 9 matches.
- Latvia conceded in the last 12 of 14 matches;
- Latvia scored in the last 8 of 10 matches.
The bookmakers are offering the following odds for this match: Germany to win pays out at 1.04, the best prize for a draw is 26.00, while an away win for Latvia returns you odds 61.00.