Germany V Latvia
Germany's final friendly match before the start of Euro 2020 and Joachim Low's final friendly match as a German coach, should see Germany enter the competition on a high as they haven't faced anyone ranked worse than Latvia since thrashing San Marino in 2018.
Having led to nil at halftime in four of their last five home matches, there is no reason to doubt that Germany will not do well tonight. Infact, their last five home friendlies have seen the Germans finish the match with an average of more than one goal.
Latvia are sandwiches between their Baltic Cup competition and this fixture is a rare chance for them to take on Europe's elite, having not met any team ranked higher than their hosts, since playing Portugal in 2017. Ominously, since the 2018 World Cup, that have won just once Against teams ranked in the top 30, scoring just four goals therein.
Although they have lost just once in their last seven international friendlies on foreign soil, none of those teams was a team ranked higher than 29. The last four matches in five away they have olayed, have seen the same result at half time and full time.
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