After being held by Denmark, Germany will hope to get back on track when they face Latvia in their final warm up game ahead of the Euro 2020. A one-sided clash is predicted here with the Germans tipped to claim a comfortable victory.
Germany failed to turn their dominance into victory as they were held 1-1 by Denmark in their previous friendly. Florian Neuhaus scored the opener but the Germans were pegged back midway through the second half.
Joachim Low’s men have not been at their best lately and are winless in their last two matches. However, they tend to get the better of the lower ranked teams with a 3-0 victory over Iceland and a 1-0 triumph against Romania among their recent results.
The Germans are expected to be dominant against Latvia and should have even more firepower in attack with Chelsea duo of Timo Werner and Kai Havertz joining up with the squad. They are also likely to have a bit more creativity in midfield with Toni Kronos expected to feature after missing the Denmark clash.
Latvia earned a 3-1 victory over Lithuania in their previous international fixture. They took a first half lead following Markas Beneta's own goal while Eduards Emsis and Roberts Uldrikis added further goals after the Lithuanians has drawn level.
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