Germany and Northern Ireland play at Commerzbank ‑ Arena in a Euro Qualifiers (Qualifying Round) match. The recent head ‑ to ‑ head record favors the home team, which in the last 4 matches has won 4. It is necessary to analyze the home / away condition with special attention, since Germany presents different results at home and away.
The home team is currently in the 1 st position, with 18 points won, after 6 wins and 1 loss. In the penultimate round, they have won an away match against Estonia by (0‑3). In the last match, they won in a home match against Belarus, by (4‑0). This is a team that interestingly presents more positive results away from home, since in the last 30 matches they have a record of 9 wins, 2 draws and 4 losses, with 26 goals scored and 17 conceded, against 6 wins, 6 draws and 3 home defeats with 31 goals scored and 17 conceded. In the last 10 home matches Germany has recorded 5 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss. Defensive consistency has been one of their best features, as they have only conceded goals in 2 of the last 7 matches, and their offense has scored consistently, as they have scored at least one goal in each of the last 7 matches for this competition. In the last 14 home matches in all competitions there are 1 periods that stand out: they have conceded 6 of their 15 goals between minutes (76' ‑ 90 ').
Germany comes into this match with a 4-0 win against Belarus, adding their third successive UEFA EURO qualifying triumph: Ginter, Kroos (2) and Goretzka scored the goals. We recall that the Germans have already secured a place at the next European Championship. In this round against Northern Ireland, we should observe a German team organized in 4-3-3, with Timo Werner, Gnabry and Julian Brandt the most advanced parts of the team: the second player is the best scorer of Germany in this competition with 5 goals . For this match coach Joachim Low will be able to count on all his players.
The away team is currently in the 3 rd position of the league, with 13 points won, after 4 wins, 1 draw and 2 losses. In the penultimate round, they have lost an away match against Netherlands by (3‑1). In the last match, they tied in a home match against Netherlands, by (0‑0). This is a team that usually maintains its competitive level in home and away matches, since they have a record of 5 wins, 4 draws and 6 losses in the last 30 matches, with 11 goals scored and 15 conceded. Already at home, they have won 8 wins, 1 draw and 6 losses, with a total of 18 goals scored and 15 conceded. In the last 9 away matches in all competitions, Northern Ireland have won 3, tied 2 and lost 4. Their offense has scored consistently, as they have scored goals in 5 of the last 7 matches for this competition. In their away matches there is a tendency for goals, since 4 of the last 9 matches have ended ended with Under 1,5 goals. In 15 matches, they have conceded the first goal 6 times and have only turned the score around in 1.
Northern Ireland comes into this match after a goalless draw at home to the Netherlands, putting an end to their two straight defeats in this EURO 2020 qualifying round. In this match against Germany, coach Michael O'Neill will have to choose the usual 4-3-3, Paddy McNair being the main organizer and creator of the offensive process. Magennis is Northern Ireland's top scorer with 3 goals. All players are available for this game.
Northern Ireland haven't won any of their last 7 games against Germany.
Serge Gnabry is Germany's top scorer with 5 goals. Josh Magennis has scored 3 times for Northern Ireland.
Germany haven't lost in their last 4 games.
Germany wins 1st half in 70% of their matches, Northern Ireland in 22% of their matches.
Germany wins 70% of halftimes, Northern Ireland wins 22%.
Germany's performance of the last 5 matches is better than Northern Ireland's.
In European Championship Qualification, Germany has better performance than Northern Ireland.
Germany have lost just 0 of their last 3 European Championship Qualification games against Northern Ireland.
Northern Ireland have won just 0 of their last 3 European Championship Qualification games against Germany.
Germany have lost just 0 of their last 5 games against Northern Ireland (in all competitions).
In the last 5 meetings Germany won 5, Northern Ireland won 0, 0 draws.
The winner of their last meeting was Germany.
On their last meeting Germany won by 2 goals.
Germany scores 2.4 goals in a match against Northern Ireland and Northern Ireland scores 0.4 goals against Germany (on average).
Germany scores 3.17 goals when playing at home and Northern Ireland scores 1.75 goals when playing away (on average).
Average number of goals in meetings between Germany and Northern Ireland is 2.8.
When Germany leads 1-0 at home, they win in 40% of their matches.
When Northern Ireland leads 0-1 away, they win in 66% of their matches.
When Germany is down 0-1 home, they win 0% of their matches.
When Northern Ireland is down 1-0 away, they win 100% of their matches.
Average number of goals in the first half in meetings between Germany and Northern Ireland is 1.4.
Both teams didn't concede on their last match.
Northern Ireland have previously won 5 of 7 matches against Germany.
Germany have a winning streak of 3 matches in European Championship Qualification.
Germany have scored at least one goal for 12 consecutive matches.
Germany haven't scored in 0 of their 3 home matches in European Championship Qualification this season.
Northern Ireland haven't scored in 0 of their 3 away matches in European Championship Qualification this season.
During the last 7 meetings, Germany have won 7 times, there have been 0 draws while Northern Ireland have won 0 times. The goal difference is 19-2 in favour of Germany.
Did you know that Germany scores 21% of their goals between the minutes 46-60?