Germany and Estonia play in the Coface Arena, in a qualifying round for the Eurocup Qualifying Round. There is no record of official clashes between these two teams in the last 3 years. The last confrontation was on 29-08-1937 and ended with the result: Germany (4-1) Estonia. In this match the home factor may play an important role, since Estonia has significant differences in the results achieved at home and as a visitor.
The home team is currently in 2nd place, with 6 points earned, after 2 wins. In the penultimate match, he won away to the Netherlands by (2-3). In the last match, he won away to Belarus by (0-2). This is a team that maintains the income when it plays outside its stadium, because in the last 30 games it registers 8 wins, 3 draws and 4 losses as a visitor; against 8 wins, 5 draws and 2 losses in his stadium. Germany won 4, drew 4 and lost 2 of their last 10 home games for all competitions. The team allowed their opponents to score in 7 of the last 10 games, so their defense needs to improve, but their attack has scored regularly as they have managed to make it 7 out of the last 10 games. In 15 games, only managed 2 turns on the scoreboard in the 7 games in which he suffered the first goal.
The German side are in for this motivated game, the result of a 0-2 victory in their visit to Belarus, adding to their second triumph in this qualifying round for EURO 2020: goals from three points were scored by Leroy Sané and Marco Reus . In this clash against the fragile Estonia, we believe that coach Joachim Low will opt for the usual 3-4-3, privileging the possession and the attacks organized through the sides: Leroy Sané is a very fast and excellent player in ball driving. On the other hand, Marco Reus deserves the great highlight in the attack, since he is very competent at the time of finalizing. All cast is available for this game.
The visiting team is currently in 4th place with no points earned after 2 defeats. In the penultimate match, he lost out to Northern Ireland by (2-0). In the last match, lost at home to Northern Ireland by (1-2). This is a team that curiously has more positive results than at home, since in the last 30 games it has recorded 6 wins, 3 draws and 6 losses as a visitor, with a total of 15 goals scored and 12 conceded. Already inside the home, it won 5 wins, 3 draws and 7 losses, with a total of 19 goals scored and 17 conceded. His last away game was for Amistoso and ended with a win (0-1) against Gibraltar. In the last 10 games as a visitor Estonia won 3, drawn 2 and lost 5. The team allowed their opponents' goals in 8 of the last 10 games, so there are defensive processes that need to be improved. In their away games there is a tendency for few goals, since 7 of their last 16 games finished with Less than 1.5 goals and 12 in 16 finished with Less than 2.5 goals. In 15 games, he suffered the first goal 8 times and never managed to turn the score.
Estonia's squad are in contention for a 1-2 defeat at home to Northern Ireland, registering their second defeat at this stage of qualifying for the 2020 European Championship: their only goal was scored by Vassiljev. Normally coach Martin Reim opts for the 4-2-3-1, benefiting the low block and successive direct balls for the attack. Rauno Sappinen is often the offensive reference of Estonia, being this very experienced and competent player in the finalization. Naturally, the visiting team exhibits some flaws in maintaining possession of the ball and in defensive standing balls. For this game the coach can count on all his players.