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England U21s vs Germany U21s predictions, betting tips and match preview: Euro 2017 semi-final to go to the wire

  • England and Germany lock horns in their eagerly anticipated Euro 2017 semi-final on Tuesday
  • Both sides are aiming for a place in Friday's final at the Stadion Miejski
  • Kick-off is at 5pm BST - watch and bet on England v Germany live at bet365>livestreaming>football
Jacob Murphy (L) and Demarai Gray celebrate against Poland (credit:Credit by bettingpro)

England and Germany go head to head in the first of two mouth-watering semi-finals at the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship on Tuesday. Who will come out on top at the Stadion Miejski in Tychy and advance to Friday’s final?

England v Germany Predictions


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We have reached the business end of Euro 2017, with just four nations remaining in the hunt to lift the trophy on June 30.

In terms of football rivalry, no matter what the level, you cannot get much higher than England versus Germany.

The most recent clash between the nations in this competition resulted in a 4-0 German rout during the 2009 final, when the likes of Manuel Neuer, Sami Khedira and Mesut Ozil made a big statement of intent before going on the win the FIFA World Cup at senior level just five years later.

However, despite losing 1-0 in their friendly clash in March, it is the English who hold something of a psychological advantage this time around.

The Young Lions are unbeaten in four matches since that reverse and arrive after topping Group A with seven points from nine.

Aidy Boothroyd’s men looked full of confidence during their commanding 3-0 success over Poland on Thursday, and he will be urging his players to build on that momentum in their first semi-final for eight years.

Meanwhile, the Germans have made it back-to-back appearances at this stage and shall be opening for better fortunes this time around, having been thumped 5-0 by Portugal in 2015.

Although, despite hitting five goals without reply in their opening two matches this year, Stefan Kuntz’s side were forced to settle for second place in Group C after their 1-0 defeat by Italy on Saturday.

Germany have now lost three of their last six matches but, as we have seen so often in the past, it is very rare that they get it wrong at major tournaments at any level.

Both sides boast plenty of attacking quality and, as a result, we can expect to see goals in Tychy. However, they will not want to take any chances at this stage of the tournament, so it may be worth a punt on a low-scoring draw in normal time, which would mean yet another penalty shootout between these two nations.


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  • Germany have won two of the last three meetings between the nations, including a 1-0 victory in the most recent encounter in March
  • The Germans were also victorious in the latest showdown at this tournament – enjoying a comprehensive 4-0 rout in the 2009 final
  • England are unbeaten in four matches since that defeat by Germany in March
  • The Young Lions are appearing at the semi-final stage for the first time in eight years
  • Germany are appearing in back-to-back semi-finals at the UEFA European Under-21 Championship
  • Following the 1-0 reverse against Italy, the Germans have lost three of their last six matches


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England U21s vs Germany U21s predictions, betting tips and match preview: Euro 2017 semi-final to go to the wire

England and Germany go head to head in the first of two mouth-watering semi-finals at the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship on Tuesday. Who will come out on top at the Stadion Miejski in Tychy and advance to Friday’s final?

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