Germany – Serbia, Prediction for Friendly game
ANALYSIS AND PREDICTION FOR GERMANY - SERBIA
Loew wants to make very serious changes in the German team and players like Boateng, Hummels and Muller have been told that they will no longer play in the national team at all, at least while he is here. Still, there is logic to do that. Al of them not play for more than 2-3 years in the national team in other circumstances, but their shape has been weak for a long time and the Germans have no compromise.
Serbia have performed well in the Nations League and will play semi-finals. This is a great achievement for the Serbs and they will have a huge chance to qualify through this tournament, because they are the best of the rest. The Serbs are unlikely to play the most of their 1st eleven in this game after having some absent.
For Germany is expected to take part few young talents, some of which are well-known. It will be chosen which of Sane, Goretzka, Brandt and Reus will lead the attack, and the only striker, Werner, is expected to start. We think that here the Germans will show their class at home. They are outstanding professionals and if they score 1 goal they will not stop. For Serbia, key defense players such as Nastasic, Matic and Milivojevic are missing. Germany scored at least 2 goals in each of their last 3 home games and Serbs are hesitant in friendly matches overall. Prediction – Germany – Over 1.5 goals at 1.52.
GERMANY TEAM NEWS
Out – Serge Gnabry (5/4 m), Mats Hummels (70/5 d), Jonas Hector (42/3 d), Jérôme Boateng (76/1 d), Marvin Plattenhardt (7/0 d), Thomas Müller (100/38 m, top scorer), Sebastian Rudy (27/1 m), Julian Draxler (49/6 m), Emre Can (21/1 m), Sami Khedira (77/7 m), Mesut Özil (92/23 m, retired), Mario Gómez (78/31 f, retired)
SERBIA TEAM NEWS
Out – Aleksandar Mitrović (46/23 f, top scorer), Dušan Tadić (61/14 m, 2nd top scorer), Filip Kostić (28/2 m), Ljubomir Fejsa (24/0 m), Vladimir Stojković (84/0 g), Aleksandar Kolarov (82/11 d, captain), Branislav Ivanović (105/13 d, retired), Duško Tošić (26/1 d), Matija Nastasić (27/0 d), Jagoš Vuković (8/0 d), Nemanja Matić (46/2 m), Luka Milivojević (30/1 m), Aleksandar Prijović (12/2 f)