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“It’s one of the great rivalries of international football and one that we don’t see often enough. Yes, it’s Germany v England on Saturday as the two nations gear up for the summer’s festival at Euro 2016. It’s a heavyweight clash and they are both likely to be using it as a springboard to try and build up some momentum. Betting Tips-Well, Germany boss Joachim Low seems to think that England stand a good chance of winning Euro 2016. Mind games anyone? The Germans have beaten England at the last two meetings, one of them during that miserable 2010 World Cup that the Three Lions went through. Their most recent meeting was back in a November 2013 friendly, which the Germans won 1-0 with England not managing a single shot on target in the entire game. So how are Germany shaping up at the moment? They have actually lost two of their last three games played, slipping up in Dublin against Ireland at the end of Euro 2016 qualifying and then in a friendly against France back in November last year during a friendly. But they have won their last two home games, against Georgia and Poland, but with both teams scoring in each of those matches. A Both Teams To Score wager for Germany v England is a price of 10/11 and that looks a reasonable punt. Germany haven’t posted a clean sheet in any of their last five games and just the one in their last seven (against Gibraltar). So there are weaknesses back there clearly that England could possibly get at. But Germany are powerful going forward and you don’t look much further than the irrepressible Thomas Muller for goals. He is trading at a price of 6/5 in the anytime goalscorer market, with Mario Gomez just back at 7/5. Four of the last five meetings have gone over 2.5 goals which is a price of 10/11. England have won just one of the last four meetings against Germany, that being a 2008 friendly win for them, which was their last visit to Germany. England breezed through Euro 2016 qualification with a 100% record and have since lost against Spain and beaten France in international friendly matches. It’s all about the youth for Roy Hodgson, hopefully with the likes of Dele Alli and Ross Barkley challenging for starting spots. England have posted a W5 L1 record in their last six games played and have posted five clean sheets in that sequence. Tottenham’s Harry Kane is an 11/4 anytime goalscorer for the game and should get some chances against a defensively inconsistent Germany side. Prediction-It could be a pretty open game hopefully. It would be nice to see Roy Hodgson really have a go at this one and take on the world champions. Germany haven’t looked the best defensively and England could create plenty of chances of their own. Look for both teams to score in the match and a good draw both would be happy with. A 1-1 Correct Score may have appeal at 6/1.”