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France and Germany

We hope you’re ready for some magnificent football because that’s always the case when teams like France and Germany face each other. These two global powerhouses will meet at the Allianz Arena in Munich in a game from Group F of Euro 2020. Let’s dive into some more details in our best soccer tips for today. Are you ready?

At this moment, France is not a team that needs any presentation. Les Bleus are the world’s current champions and are fighting to win their first European Cup since the triumph in 2000. That’s one of the French golden generations, so failure is not an option here. The manager Didier Deschamps and his boys know this.

Far from surprising, France didn’t face any problems winning their place at the Euro 2020. Les Bleus won comfortably their qualifying group with 25 points won and a record of 8 wins, 1 draw and just 1 defeat. The only loss France suffered during the campaign was in the visit to Turkey.

The biggest news in France’s camp is the return of one of the best French players of this generation – Karim Benzema. Deschamps neglected Real Madrid’s star in the last few years, and he even missed the historic 2018 World Cup when France won the title. Now things changed, though – Deschamps chose to bring Benzema back into the team and give him a second chance. This could be a major move from the French coach because Benzema is in probably the best form of his career so far. He’s impressive in the last two seasons, and probably this made France’s manager change his mind about him.

With Benzema’s return, now France’s attack is getting even more terrifying than before. You can be sure he will be part of Les Bleus’ starting eleven as he’s one of the best strikers in the squad. Most likely, Deschamps is going to put him alongside Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann, which doesn’t sound well for France’s opponents.

One of France’s most crucial players is not a forward, though. This is Chelsea’s box-to-box midfielder N’Golo Kante who just won the Champions League with the English club. Kante’s dynamic in the midfield area is just phenomenal. He’s a player who doesn’t face any problem operating from one part of the pitch to the other. He’s a defensive beast, but he’s also a player who causes trouble in attack with his runs in the penalty area. The Frenchman was arguably the best player on the pitch during the 1-0 win against Manchester City in the Champions League final.

Football is not just about attacking, though. Didier Deschamps must decide who to partner Raphael Varane in the heart of the defense. Most likely, this is going to be PSG’s Presnel Kimpembe, who is now one of the most essential players in the Parisian club. Kimpembe is very strong physically, and he could be the perfect partner for Varane at the back.

Germany has some work to do after what happened during the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Maybe you remember that for the Mannschaft, the competition three years ago was a colossal failure. Joachim Low’s team got kicked out from the tournament in the group stage, and this is something Germany can’t allow to happen again. Their reputation is on the line here.

For Joachim Low, Euro 2020 is going to be a very special competition. Low, who won the World Cup with his country in 2014, is going to leave the job after the end of the European Championship. He will be replaced by his former assistant Hansi Flick who just left Bayern Munich after a very successful spell at the Allianz Arena. You can be sure that Low will be very motivated to leave the national team in the best way possible.

This depends on his player as well, though. The head coach surprised many people when he decided to call the veterans Thomas Muller and Mats Hummels in the squad for the Euro. We don’t expect to see them in the starting eleven, but surely both of them could help the team with their valuable experience.

The midfield is the core of this German team at the moment. Players like Toni Kroos and Joshua Kimmich are true masters of consistency, so these two are going to dictate Germany’s play in the middle area of the pitch. At the same time, Manchester City’s Ilkay Gundogan and Bayern Munich’s Leon Goretzka are two very strong options for a place in the starting eleven, too. Gundogan scored a lot of goals for City last season, while Goretzka is a proven player since his move to Bayern. He won 6 trophies in one year with the Bavarians in 2020.

What worries many German fans right now is the shape of Germany’s main striker Timo Werner. The 25-years old player scored just six Premier League goals in his debut season at Chelsea. He indeed won the Champions League with the Blues, but at the same time, we all expected more of him in front of the goal. Overall, he scored 12 goals in 52 games for Chelsea, and that’s just not good enough for a striker with such a reputation.

Kai Havertz is a very intriguing option for Joachim Low. Havertz, who is Werner’s teammate at Chelsea, scored the winning goal in the Champions League final against Manchester City. Somehow Havertz also didn’t have a consistent season for Chelsea, but nobody can argue that he’s a player with immense talent. It’d be interesting to see if Low will put him in the starting eleven or not.

That’s the best soccer tips for today for the Euro 2020 huge game between France and Germany in Munich. Two global football giants are going head to head at the Allianz Arena. The goal in front of both teams is the same – reaching the knockout phase and progression in the competition. It won’t be an easy task, though – current European champions Portugal are also part of this group.