Germany will welcome Serbia to Volkswagen Arena in Wolfsburg for a friendly game iny preparation for the European qualifiers that start later this week. The German coach will give way to younger players as he is rebuilding the squad after the disastrous World Cup in 2018. The Serbians will be dangerous, as their attackers in the face of Luka Jovic, Aleksandar Mitrovic and Dusan Tadic are firing on all cylinders for their clubs.
Germany vs Serbia Head to Head
|Head to Head||Last H2H game||Last H2H games||Last H2H games home/away|
|Germany||Loss||1 W/ 0 D/ 1 L||1 W/ 0 D/ 1 L|
|Serbia||Win||1 W/ 0 D/ 1 L||1 W/ 0 D/ 1 L|
Last game between the nations: 18.05.2010 Germany – Serbia 0:1; Milan Jovanovic 38′; Miroslav Klose from Germany was sent off with straight red card in the 37′
Last game in Germany: 31.05.2008 Germany – Serbia 2:1; Oliver Neuville 74′, Michael Ballack 82′; Bosko Jankovic 18′
Worth mentioning: The last meetings between the teams was back in 2010 in the group stages of the World Cup in Brazil. Back then the Serbians handed Germany their only defeat in the tournament on their way to lifting the trophy. The only other meetings since 2000 saw the Germans prevail in a friendly game, which served as a preparation for the European Championship in 2008.
Germany vs Serbia Stats
|Last 10 games||Last game||Last 10 games||Last 5 games home/away|
|Germany||Draw||4 W/ 2 D/ 4 L||3 W/ 2 D/ 0 L|
|Serbia||Win||6 W/ 2 D/ 2 L||4 W/ 1 D/ 0 L|
Last game Germany: 19.11.2018 Germany – Netherlands 2:2; Timo Werner 9′, Leroy Sane 20′; Quincy Promes 85′, Virgil Van Dijk 90′
Last game Serbia: 20.11.2018 Serbia – Lithuania 4:1; Arturas Zulpa 51′ (own goal), Aleksandar Mitrovic 58′, Aleksandar Prijovic 71′, Adem Ljajic 74′
|Last 10 games||GF : GA||Over 2,5 goals||BTTS||Clean sheets|
Worth mentioning: Germany had a “League of Nations” campaign to forget as they finished last in a group with world champions France and the Netherlands. All of their last five matches produced over 2,5 goals, while three of the meetings witnessed goals at both ends. The Germans are unbeaten in the last five games at home, winning three and drawing twice in the process.
Serbia finished top of their group in the “League of Nations”, after going unbeaten through the six matches, recording four victories and two draws. All of the team’s last seven away games featured under 2,5 goals, while just one encounter saw both side scoring. The Serbians have not conceded in any of their last five games on the road.
Germany vs Serbia News
Germany coach Joachim Low announced a week ago that he will no longer count on Bayern Munich trio of Jerome Boateng, Matts Hummels and Thomas Muller for the national team selection. He said he will focus on younger players and it is evident in his match selection. That caused much controversy in Munich as the three ousted players made their displeasure vocal.
Germany vs Serbia Predictions
Both teams to score & over 2,5 – 2.30 @ bet365