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Germany will look to defend their World Cup title, as they begin the 2018 World Cup in Russia as the favorite at odds of +500. Germany boasts one of the top goal keepers in the world in Manuel Neuer and they are extremely balanced with a number of top scorers including Mario Gomez and Thomas Muller. Germany is also strong up the middle led by Sami Khedira and Toni Kroos. Germany was fantastic in qualifying, winning all 10 of their matches with a goal scoring differential of +39.

Germany 2018 World Cup Odds: +500

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2018 World Cup Qualifying Results

Germany was as good as possible in World Cup qualifying, as they on all 10 games and was completely dominant. In fact, Germany scored a record 43 goals in qualifying and conceded just four. Only Spain in 2010 went unbeaten in 10 games in qualifying but they did not have the goal differential that Germany had this time around. Spain went on to win the 2010 World Cup.

2018 FIFA World Cup Groups

Group A Group B Group C Group D
Russia Portugal France Argentina
Saudi Arabia Spain Australia Iceland
Egypt Morocco Peru Croatia
Uruguay Iran Denmark Nigeria
Group E Group F Group G Group H
Brazil Germany Belgium Poland
Switzerland Mexico Panama Senegal
Costa Rica Sweden Tunisia Colombia
Serbia Korea Republic England Japan

2018 FIFA World Cup Group F Schedule

GROUP F: Germany - Mexico - Sweden - Korea Republic
Match Date / Time (Local Time) Venue
Germany vs Mexico June, 17th / 18:00 Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow
Sweden vs Korea Republic June, 18th / 15:00 Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, Nizhny Novgorod
Germany vs Sweden June, 23rd / 18:00 Fisht Olympic Stadium, Sochi
Korea Republic vs Mexico June, 23rd / 21:00 Rostov Arena, Rostov-on-Don
Korea Republic vs Germany June, 27th / 17:00 Kazan Arena, Kazan
Mexico vs Sweden June, 27th / 19:00 Central Stadium, Yekaterinburg

Players to Watch

Germany is loaded with talent but they are not without weaknesses. They have a major hole at left back that they hope will be filled by Borussia Dortmund’s Felix Passlack who is just 18 years gold. The midfield is led by Sami Khedira and Toni Kroos but there is a lot of competition around him with Ilkay Gundogan, Julian Weigl, Timo Werner, Julian Brandt and Leroy Sane. It is even possible that the youngster Kai Havertz gets playing time. Up front Germany is led by Mario Gomez and Sandro Wagner along with Thomas Muller, Mesut Ozil, Mario Gotze and Marco Reus. Germany has one of the top goal keepers in the world in Manuel Neuer.

The Coach

Joachim Low has done a masterful job as the head man for Germany. He took over from Jurgen Klinsmann following the 2006 World Cup and just missed out on leading the team to a title at the 2008 and 2012 European Championships and the 2010 World Cup before winning the 2014 World Cup.  Low said that winning the World Cup is great, but defending it is hard. “The big challenge is to stay at the top,” he said to “Winning a title is fantastic but repeating it is tough.”

Germany World Cup History

Germany has played in 18 previous World Cups, winning four titles. They have scored 224 goals in World Cup finals history, the most all-time. Germany won the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. They are tied for second with Italy for most World Cup titles at four behind Brazil who has five. Germany first won the World Cup in 1954 in the ‘Miracle of Bern.’ They won again at home in 1974 and won in Italy in 1990 and then in 2014 in Brazil. Germany has reached the final eight times, winning four titles and finishing second four times. Germany has played more World Cup matches (106) than any other country.

Germany 2018 World Cup Predictions

Germany is ranked No. 1 by FIFA and there is no question they have the talent to win the 2018 World Cup but it is extremely hard to defend a title. It could be that Germany comes up just a little bit short in the 2018 World Cup.

Germany 2018 World Cup Roster

GK - Manuel Neuer (Captain)

DF - Jonas Hector

DF - Benjamin Henrichs

DF - Benedikt Höwedes

DF - Jonathan Tah

DF - Yannick Gerhardt

MF - Toni Kroos

MF - Mesut Özil

MF - Sami Khedira

MF - Serge Gnabry

MF - Kerem Demirbay

MF - Diego Demme

MF - Julian Weigl

MF - Mario Götze

MF - Ilkay Gündogan

MF - Kevin Volland

MF - Max Meyer

FW - Mario Gómez

FW - Timo Werner

FW - André Schürrle

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