Free guaranteed soccer picks for Northern Ireland vs Germany
Northern Ireland face Germany in the EC Qualification Round 6 match. The match will be played on Monday 9 September at 19:45 UK at Windsor Park.
Things for Northern Ireland currently look more than wonderful in Group C with the team leading by 12 points with 4 wins from 4 matches. However, this is a bit misleading because so far the team has not played a single match against the favorites in the group – Germany and Netherlands. M. O’Neill’s team won with 2-0 Estonia in their first match with goals scored by N. McGinn and S. Davis from the penalty spot. Another home run in Belfast followed, beating Belarus 2:1 this time, this time the scorers were J. Evans and J. Magennis, who brought victory to their team with a goal in the 87th minute. The first away game was against Estonia at the A. Le Coq Arena in Tallinn and there Northern Ireland lost by 1-0, but came to a complete reversal after the break heroes for the guests were C. Washington and J. Magennis who scored respectively in 77 and 80th minute for a 2-1 win. The next away game was against Belarus and it was won with a minimum of 1: 0 after P. McNair’s goal only in the 86th minute of the match in Borisov, which secured for its fourth consecutive victory.
Germany started confidently by beating their main rival Netherlands at the Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam 3-2. The lead for J. Löw was brought by L. Sané and S. Gnabry but after the break the home side were able to equalize after a hit by M. de Ligt and M. Depay in the 90th minute and N. Schulz scored to secure the three points for the guests. This was followed by a visit from Belarus, which was won by 2-0 as a hit again by L. Sané and another by M. Reus. In their first home qualifying game to be played at OPEL ARENA in Mainz, they achieved an overwhelming 8-0 victory over Estonia. However, things were not so rosy against the Netherlands on Friday as Volksparkstadion in Hamburg Germany allowed a 4-2 loss and tied the fight for the first two places in the group.
If they want to take one of the top 2 spots in the Northern Ireland group, they will have to earn points from their upcoming clash against Germany and the Netherlands, and what better place to do it in front of their fans in the upcoming match against J. Löw’s split team who allowed himself to be turned home.
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