Football Tips Mats Hummels - Germany

Published on November 10th, 2015 | by Sportingly Better Tipster


International Football Tips – 13-14 November

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International Football Betting Tips

Bosnia-Herzegovina (1.95) v Republic of Ireland (4.20); Draw (3.30)

Bosnia-Herzegovina will be very disappointed they couldn’t take advantage of two sides progressing from each group in the European qualifiers, after finishing third in the group stages behind Wales and Belgium.

The hosts showed fight and determination in coming back from 2-1 down at Cyprus to win 3-2, which would have meant they surrendered their play-off spot to Cyprus had they have lost.

Opponents the Republic of Ireland needed to win in their final group game at Poland to jump into the final automatic qualification spot, but Martin O’Neill’s side ultimately lost 2-1 which left them in the play-offs.

The two sides have met just once before, with the Republic of Ireland winning 1-0  that day, but the visitors will have to do without the suspended John O’Shea and Jon Walters as well as Southampton forward Shane Long who is an injury doubt.

Roma duo Edin Dzeko and Miralem Pjanic will likely be the hosts main protagonists and with both sides averaging just under two goals per game, during the group stages, the price on both teams to score seems an encouraging bet to take on.

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France (2.30) v Germany (3.00); Draw (3.40)

Euro 2016 hosts France are engulfed in a lot of negative publicity of late with the saga between Karim Benzema and Mathieu Valbuena. Didier Deschamps has elected to leave both out of the squad for the friendly against Germany on Friday night although Benzema is currently on the verge of returning from injury so an excuse can be made for his withdrawal.

Opponents Germany  have not been at their sparking best since winning the World Cup in 2014, but the reigning World champions still managed to finish top of their group.

The retirements of Per Mertesacker, Philip Lahm and Miroslav Klose has seen head coach Joachim Low experiment a lot with his side, but a strong line-up is expected by the visitors this week.

France however are on a four game winning streak in all competitions, but the hosts have lost in each of the last two meetings.

This time last year Germany travelled to Spain in an international friendly and came away with a 1-0 victory and a similar outcome looks likely given the troubles surrounding the France team off the pitch.

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Author Credit: Jonathan Day
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