Odds are subject to change
There hasn’t been a draw between the sides since the memorable Euro ’96 semi-final and it’s a 1/4 chance for either side to claim a victory, while a 5-1 victory for England, as they managed in 2001, is a massive 200/1.
The last meeting between the sides was Germany’s 4-1 win at World Cup 2010, when Thomas Muller scored twice – the Bayern Munich star is 10/1 to repeat that feat and favorite to break the deadlock.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is expected to start having recovered from injury and is 5/1 to score in an England win, while he’s 11/4 to score anytime.
Roy Hodgson still has a raft of injuries to contend with, weakening the case for supporting England, who lost 2-0 to Chile on Friday, though Germany will be without Philipp Lahm, Manuel Neuer, Mesut Ozil and Sami Khedira.
The Germans, who have lost just once in their last 16 games, are 5/1 second favorites for the World Cup in Brazil next summer while England are 22/1 outsiders, with the visitors the favorites on the night.
England will look to bounce back from a disappointing result against Chile but fierce rivals Germany visit Wembley as favorites on Tuesday.