Germany VS Iceland Match Prediction

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Our Prediction Tip

Germany will win this match.

The two countries have only met on four occasions with the last two in 2003. Germany are unbeaten with three wins and one draw in Reykjavik back in September 2003. There haven’t been many opportunities for them to meet at European Championships or World Cups, the first two fixtures between the sides were friendlies and the subsequent two were part of qualifying for Euro 2004 in Greece. 

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Germany vs Iceland Prediction

Joachim Low will look at this fixture as an opportunity to start a triumphant final chapter as Head Coach of his national side. Don’t forget, although they lost 1-5 to England at home in 2001, they bounced back to reach the World Cup Final in 2002 less than 10 months later. We expect Iceland to provide Germany with a physical examination but to lack the sufficient quality over the 90 minutes of the game.

Correct Score Prediction: Germany 2-0 Iceland

Germany Predicted Starting Line-Up

Expected Line-up: 4-3-3

Iceland Predicted Starting Line-up

Expected Line-up: 5-3-2

Both sides come into this match off the back of large defeats in their last games in November. Germany returned from Spain with a 6-0 reverse to their name whereas Iceland only fared slightly better at Wembley going down 4-0 to England. This will be Germany’s first game since it was announced that Joachim Low will step down as Head Coach after this summer’s Euros, he has been in charge since 2006. For Iceland, this will be Arnar Vidarsson’s first game as permanent Head Coach after being appointed in December.
Germany were eliminated in the group stage in Russia for the first time in their World Cup history.

Germany and Iceland meet in a World Cup Qualifier as the road to Qatar begins. Germany have never failed to qualify for a FIFA World Cup tournament whereas Iceland made their debut at the last event in Russia in 2018. The Group J fixture takes place on Thursday 25th March and the live action at the MSV Arena kicks off at 20:45 local time.