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Germany will look to move to the top of the table in Group 3, as it hosts Italy for a mid-week clash in the ongoing edition of the Nations League.
After playing 3 matches so far in the competition, Germany is yet to win a game. Albeit, it has picked up points in each of them, having played out 3 consecutive draws. The first of those came in the reverse fixture, where Lorenzo Pellegrini was the first to score for the hosts in the 70th minute. However, Joshua Kimmich equalized in the next 3 minutes, and both the teams shared the spoils.
It was a similar result in the next game when Germany played another 1-1 draw, this time against England.
In its most recent outing, the Die Mannschaft traveled to Budapest, where both the teams scored their first goals within 10 the initial 10 minutes of the match, and Germany got its third consecutive 1-1 draw. With that, they now sit 3rd on the points table, 2 points behind leaders Italy.
After its first match was drawn against Germany, Italy played host to Hungary for its second match of the competition. Nicolo Barella and Lorenzo Pellegrini scored a goal each in the first half, handing a 2-0 advantage to the hosts at half-time. An own goal by Gianluca Mancini did give the visitors a glimmer of hope, but they were unable to capitalize on the chance, handing Italy 3 important points.
In its latest match, Italy played a goalless draw against England at the Molineux Stadium, and moved to the top of the table, with a 1-point lead over 2nd placed Hungary. Italy will need to win this match if it wants to strengthen its chances of moving to the Nations League Finals. Most football betting sites are predicting an away win here.
Match prediction and online betting tips for Germany vs Italy Nations League 2022. The match is going to be played at the Borussia Park Stadium, Monchengladbach, on 14th June 2022.
The disappointment of not qualifying for its second consecutive World Cup finals will be looming large on the minds of the Italian players. Nevertheless, they will be looking for some consolation here by cementing its spot in the next stage of the Nations League.
For the hosts, Marco Reus and Serge Gnabry are expected to miss this match due to injuries, while Timo Werner and Kai Havertz are likely to be benched. Thomas Muller and Leroy Sane could earn a start.
As for the visitors, Manuel Locatelli is likely to sit out from this match, while Matteo Pessina is expected to make a start. Wilfried Gnonto is likely to earn his first senior call in this match.
Germany is desperate to earn a win, as it looks to build up some momentum before the upcoming World Cup, but given the Italians form, they might have to wait longer for their first win.
Bet on a draw.
4 of the last 5 head to head matches between the two teams have seen goals scored at both ends. Each of the last 4 matches for Germany, and 3 of the last 5 matches for Italy have seen both the teams score, and we reckon that that might be the case here too.
4 of the last 5 head to head encounters between Germany and Italy have produced fewer than 3 goals. 5 of the last 8 matches for Italy, and each of Germany’s last 5 matches have produced less than 2.5 goals, and we are predicting another low-scoring match on Tuesday.