Germany vs Spain Prediction and Statistical Analysis
Germany vs Spain Prediction
Germany Spain Prediction [Goals]
- Spain is likely to score a goal in the first half against Germany.
- Germany is likely to score a goal in the first half.
Spain Germany Prediction[Goals]
- Ferran Torres is likely to score for Spain
- Serge Gnabry is likely to score for Germany,
Spain vs Germany Prediction Score Spain:2, Germany:2
Statistical analysis is based on historic performance. Player performance in the match may not necessarily replicate the recent performances
Spain will play Germany at the Al Bayt Stadium in Group E of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. In a convincing 7-0 victory over Costa Rica, Spain recorded their largest World Cup victory and clinched first place in Group E. Germany was stunned as Japan came from behind to complete a dramatic comeback and win 2-1.
Germany vs Spain World Cup 2022 Prediction: Goal Analysis
Spain: Last 5 Matches (Only Tournament games)
- Spain has won 4 out of the last 5 Tournament games losing to Switzerland in September. The total goal aggregate for the last five matches is 12:2. Spain is 5-2 in the previous 4 games against European teams. In the last 5 games, Spain has conceded goals only in one game
- Average First Goal: 38 minutes. Spain has scored a goal in the first 30 minutes in 60% of the last 5 games.
Germany: Last 5 Matches (Only Tournament games)
- Germany is in the middle of an awful run of 5 games having lost 2 and drawn 2 games. It lost to Hungary and Japan. The 5-game goal aggregate is 10-9. Defence has been a source of major concern for Germany
- Average First Goal: 26 minutes. Germany is highly likely to score in the first half. Rivals on average have scored their first goal in the second half, 49.4 minutes. Most of the first goals have been conceded between 70th and 90th minutes.
Spain vs Germany Prediction: Last game attack analysis
Spain scored 7 goals from 8 shots on target with a clinical finish against Costa Rica. Spain was the most threatening with open play and shot 13 from inside the box.
Germany looked threatening for the most part of the game against Japan but was unable to bury the chances with a paltry Shooting accuracy of 41% in spite of taking 16 chances inside the box. Germany was largely ahead in the game but it looked most likely to score in the first half with a total xG of goals. Germany shot 26 shots with 9 shots on target and 2 hitting the Woodwork.
Germany vs Spain Prediction: Forwards Statistics
Ferran Torres scored the majority of Spain’s goals during the World Cup qualifying process. Torres had a shooting efficiency of 38%, 0.73 goals per 90 minutes, and 1.4 shots per game on average.
Morata made 7 appearances, scoring twice overall at a rate of 0.37 goals per 90 minutes. Morata averaged 2.1 shots per game and received a qualifying score of 6.34.
Spain: World Cup Goals (2022)
- Ferran Torres: 2
- Danny Almo: 1
- Marco Asensio 1
- Gavi: 1
- Soler: 1
- Morata: 1
- Werner and Gnabry were threatening for Germany in the World Cup Qualification.. Werner scored five goals in eight appearances for an average of 0.96 goals every 90 minutes. He had a 44% shooting efficiency and made 1.6 shots per game. Germany is likely to miss him
- Gnabry averaged 0.71 goals every 90 minutes while scoring 5 goals in 8 games. Gnabry averaged 1.7 shots and a rating of 7.24 in the qualifiers.
- 90 minutes of play yielded 0.53 goals for Leroy Sane. Sane contributed 2 assists, or 0.27 assists per game, as well.
Germany: World Cup Goals (2022)
- Ilkay Gundogan: 1
Spain vs Germany Prediction: Defensive Analysis
Spain was flawless in the defence with Spain not conceding a single shot on target. Spain made four interceptions and 4 clearances.
Germany’s defence was found wanting against Japan and played with an average rating 6.1 and fared poorly on key metrics like Interception, clearances, and Tackle success.
The average Ground duel success for the German team was 48% which is poor by their standards.
Spain vs Germany Head to Head Statistics
Spain and Germany have played 25 against each other. Germany has slight wood over Spain with 9 wins. Spain has won 8 games and 8 have ended in a draw.
Last five games: Spain: 2, Germany: 1, Draw: 2
Last Meeting: Spain defeated Germany 6:0 in the Nations League clash in 2020.
- Both teams have faced each other four times in the World cup and Germany has won 2, Spain has won 1 and 1 ended in a draw.
Spain vs Germany: Last five games (Some Statistics)
- The average number of goals in the match: 2.6
- Average number of goals scored by Spain: 1.8
- Average number of goals scored by Germany: 0.8
Germany vs Spain Prediction and Odds
Spain World Cup Squad
Goalkeepers: Unai Simon, Robert Sanchez, David Raya.
Defenders: Dani Carvajal, Cesar Azpilicueta, Eric Garcia, Hugo Guillamon, Pau Torres, Aymeric Laporte, Jordi Alba, Jose Gaya.
Midfielders: Sergio Busquets, Rodrigo, Gavi, Carlos Soler, Marcos Llorente, Pedri, Koke
Forwards: Ferran Torres, Nico Williams, Yeremy Pino, Alvaro Morata, Marco Asensio, Pablo Sarabia, Dani Olmo, Ansu Fati
Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer, Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Kevin Trapp
Defenders: Matthias Ginter, Antonio Rudiger, Niklas Sule, Nico Schlotterbeck, Thilo Kehrer, David Raum, Lukas Klostermann, Armel Bella-Kotchap, Christian Gunter
Midfielders: Ilkay Gundogan, Jonas Hofmann, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry, Leroy Sane, Jamal Musiala, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Muller, Julian Brandt, Mario Gotze
Forwards: Kai Havertz, Youssoufa Moukoko, Niclas Fullkrug, Karim Adeyemi
Spain vs Germany Prediction World Cup
- Spain has the edge going into this match given their previous match performance as well as their performance in recent games
- Germany’s struggle was not just against Japan but also in matches again other nations over the last few months. In particular, the German Defence has been in trouble in the final 20 minutes of the game.
- The Spaniards have usually scored early and that is likely to be tough against Germany. The Germans will probably hope that they could frustrate the Spaniards and slip through a goal of their own on the counter.
- The Spaniards have the edge and probably the best the Germans can hope is a draw.