Spain vs Germany Prediction - 2022 World Cup: Who Will Win?

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TournamentWorld Cup Qatar
Timetable27th November 2022 19:00 GMT
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The final match on the 27th of November is one that you do not want to miss as it pits four-time winners Germany against 2010 Champions Spain. This match, which many feel will determine who tops the group, will kick off at 19:00 GMT at the Al Bayt Stadium, and it is a match that you definitely do not want to miss. Who will come out on top in this battle of the giants? Well, if you keep on reading, you will find out our prediction for this huge Group Stage match.

🏠 Spain Team Preview

Spain are ranked 6th in the FIFA World Rankings, which makes them the fourth best team in Europe. They definitely warrant such a ranking too since they rarely find themselves on the losing side, and even when they do go on to lose, it is only by a narrow margin. At Euro 2020, they made it all the way to the semi-finals, where they were unfortunate to get knocked out on penalties to Italy, who went on to win the title.

They are definitely one of the strongest teams in world football and they play a brand of football that other national teams can only dream about. When a team comes up against the Spanish team, they should cherish the time that they get on the ball because they will not have it that often thanks to Spain's possession-style football that is beautiful to watch at times - although, they are sometimes guilty of overplaying when it seems easier just to put the ball into the back of the net.

🏆 World Cup History

This will be Spain's 16th appearance at the World Cup - they have only failed to qualify for five World Cups, with their last failure coming back in 1974. However, although they qualified for 12 consecutive World Cups, it is fair to say that they have underachieved at times, only reaching the quarter-finals on three occasions, but this all changed back in 2010 when they beat the Netherlands 1-0 in the final to pick up the Jules Rimet trophy. Then, in 2012, they retained the European Championship trophy that they won in 2008.

Defending champions have always struggled and this curse struck one again in Brazil as they were thrashed in their first game by the Dutch and were eliminated at the Group Stage. Then, in Russia in 2018, they were knocked out in the last 16, despite the fact that they did not lose a match in open play.

✔️ Qualification and Road to the World Cup 2022

It will not come as much of a surprise to find out that Spain qualified for Qatar quite easily in the end, despite the fact that a defeat to Sweden early on in their campaign put them on the backfoot. When it comes to qualifying for the World Cup, Spain knows how to get it done - from 125 qualifying matches they have won 87, scoring an incredible 291 goals in the process. At the end of the qualifiers, they were sitting four points ahead of Sweden in first place, giving them an automatic qualifying spot at Qatar 2022.

DateMatchFinal ScoreWinner
25th March 2021Spain vs Greece1-1Draw
28th March 2021Georgia vs Spain1-2Spain
31st March 2021Spain vs Kosovo3-1Spain
2nd September 2021Sweden vs Spain2-1Sweden
5th September 2021Spain vs Georgia4-0Spain
8th September 2021Kosovo vs Spain0-2Spain
11th November 2021Greece vs Spain0-1Spain
14th November 2021Spain vs Sweden1-0Spain

⭐ Spain Players to Watch

Attempting to provide you with three star players to watch out for when Spain are playing is not an easy task because they have a squad that is full of experience and talent. However, we do love a challenge, and we are now going to give you three players that we think you should watch in Qatar.

  • Pedri: He established himself in the Spain starting XI at Euro 2020 thanks to his great range of passing, his technical ability, and his dribbling skills. At just 19 years of age, he already has 14 caps under his belt and he has a huge future ahead of him with the national team. The youngster, who has played 63 times for Barcelona, will definitely be one to watch at this tournament
  • Pau Torres: He has great positional awareness and is very good with his feet, so it is not surprising that the 25-year-old already has 25 Spain caps to his name. He is a defender that gives no quarter, and it will be fascinating to watch him against some of the best strikers in world football. He has played in the Champions League Semi-Finals for Villareal, so he is no stranger to a big game
  • Ferran Torres: He is another Spanish star that plays for Barcelona in La Liga, and he is lethal in front of goal and causes defenders all sorts of issues with his exceptional movement. He has played 30 times for his country and has 13 goals to his name, which is a strike-rate of close to a goal every two matches. It will be quite the surprise if he does not add to his tally at the Qatar World Cup

☍ Germany Preview

It might come as a bit of a surprise to you to find out that the Germans are ranked outside the top 10 (11th) in the FIFA World Rankings. This is most because of their disappointing Euro 2020 where they were eliminated in the Round of 16 by England. However, no opposition will pay much attention to the rankings when they take on Germany because they will be well aware of the fact that the Germans are capable of destroying anyone on their day.

There is no team at the World Cup that will relish taking on the Germans because they have some of the best players in Europe. To top it all off, they have a winning mentality that always comes to the fore when they are playing at huge competitions on the world stage.

🏆 World Cup History

If you were impressed by Spain's record at the World Cup, then we recommend you take a deep breath before you read on. Germany have never failed to qualify for a World Cup - the decided not to enter in 1930 and were banned in 1950 due to their involvement in World War II. This means that the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will be their 20th World Cup, and to date they have played in 109 matches, winning 67, drawing 20 and losing 22 - this is a European record.

To top it off, the Germans have won the World Cup on four occasions (1954, 1974, 1990, and 2014). They have also finished second on four occasions, which included consecutive competitions in 1982 and 1986. However, their performance at the last World Cup one was poor to say the least as they existed in the Group Stage after a shock 2-0 defeat at the hands of South Korea.

✔️ Qualification and Road to the World Cup 2022

At the start of the UEFA Qualifiers, Germany was shocked 2-1 by North Macedonia, which was just the third time they had tasted defeat in 104 qualifying matches - they have won 83 of these games and scored no fewer than 328 goals. However, Germany did not let this defeat get to them too much and they won their remaining matches to top the group, with North Macedonia finishing nine points behind in second. Germany just so happened to be one of the first teams in Europe to qualify for the World Cup, and this was not a surprise to anyone who knows anything about their World Cup history.

DateMatchFinal ScoreWinner
25th March 2021Germany vs Iceland3-0Germany
28th March 2021Romania vs Germany0-1Germany
31st March 2021Germany vs North Macedonia1-2North Macedonia
2nd September 2021Liechtenstein vs Germany0-2Germany
5th September 2021Germany vs Armenia6-0Germany
8th September 2021Iceland vs Germany0-4Germany
8th October 2021Germany vs Romania2-1Germany
11th October 2021North Macedonia vs Germany0-4Germany
11th November 2021Germany vs Liechtenstein9-0Germany
14th November 2021Armenia vs Germany1-4Germany

⭐ Germany Players to Watch

Just like with Spain, the German team is packed with very talented players who ply their trade in some of the biggest and best leagues in Europe. It took us some time to decide, but below are three players to look out for when Germany are playing this winter:

  • Kai Havertz: While Chelsea star Havertz has struggled a bit recently for his club, he is still one of the most talented players out there. He has the ability to play anywhere across the frontline or even as a midfielder, and his vision, touch, and eye for finding the net makes him one to watch in Qatar. He currently has 30 caps for his country and has scored ten goals, which is a very good strike-rate for the position that he usually finds himself playing in
  • Thomas Muller: It seems like Muller has been around for decades, so you might be surprised to find out that he is just 33 years of age. To date, he has earned an impressive 118 caps for his country and has found the back of the net on 44 occasions. This will be the fourth time that he has played at the World Cup, and he has notched eight goals so far. We would be very surprised if he did not score a couple of goals at this year's tournament in Qatar
  • Armel Bell Kotchap: The 20-year-old only has one cap to his name, but his performances for Southampton in the Premier League have earned him a call up to the German squad for the 2022 World Cup. He has impressed us with his aggressive and strong performances for the Saints where he has showed us the power and pace that he has. If he gets game time at the World Cup, it will be interesting to see how he defends against some of the best strikers in the world

💯 Spain vs Germany Betting Odds

We are now going to take a look at what some quality betting sites are offering their punters when it comes to betting on the outcome of this game. Given the quality of both of these teams, it is not surprising that the bookies really are not sure what way this match is going to play out.

⚡ Match Winner

Below you can find the WC 2022 betting odds that five quality bookies are offering for Spain and Germany to win this match and claim three really important points.


🔥 Both Teams to Score

Above we gave you some odds for the winner of the match, but football is one of those sports where you can bet on plenty of different outcomes, and this is what makes it such a popular sport for bettors. One top favourite football betting that we like is the Both Teams to Score one, and below are the odds that five quality bookies are offering:


🥅 Over/Under 2.5 Goals

Another market that we really like is the Over/Under 2.5 goal market, and with this type of wager you are betting on the total goals that you feel will be scored in the game. If you think that there are going to be few goals in a particular game, then you can put your money on the under 2.5 goal market, and you would need there to be fewer than three goals in order for you to win your bet.

Below is a table of odds for this market from some top bookmakers:

Over 2.5 goals1.911.951.901.871.90
Under 2.5 goals1.801.801.851.85*1.85

🥇 Who Will Win? Spain vs Germany Prediction

This is another one of those matches that is really hard to predict since there is immense quality on both sides of the pitch. Therefore, with this in mind, our Spain vs Germany prediction has got to be a stalemate. Yes, we know that is a bit boring, but we see this match ending all square. We think both teams will win their other two games, so the group winner could come down to goal difference.

"Our match prediction: Draw".

🔍 Our Spain vs Germany Betting Tips?

If you want some World Cup football betting tips for this Spain vs Germany game, then keep on reading because below we are going to give you some advice that will hopefully help you to place a successful wager. However, as always, keep in mind that you can never be guaranteed any kind of win when you are gambling.

Under 2.5 goals: Yes, there is plenty of attacking talent on display, but both of these teams have quality defenders too, and we think that they will come out on top in this match. We back both teams to score one goal each in a 1-1 draw, meaning that the under 2.5 goals market comes into play.

Muller to score: There really is plenty of talent that could get on the scoresheet for Germany, but we think that Muller is a good bet to score for Germany. He knows how to score at a World Cup having done it eight times already, and he is always a man for a big occasion.

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