Germany vs Azerbaijan

Germany host Azerbaijan for the final game of the World Cup Qualifiers on Sunday looking to put on another confident display at Fritz-Walter-Stadion and make it ten out of ten in the competition. They’ve connected a six-match winning streak since late June and the 1-1 draw against Chile in Confederations Cup, where it seems the visitors can do little to deny them a new episode in a furious series.Building on the thrashing 6-0 home win over Norway earned in early September, with goals from Sebastian Rudy, Sandro Wagner, and Joshua.
Clicking here  While we should see a rotated line-up on the day as well, we expect a similar display once again and we’ll now back Germany to win -3.5 at a very good-looking 21/20 with Azerbaijan have bagged just ten points in nine games this campaign and sit 5th with all chances of making the top 2 cut long lost. They’ve managed to end their three-match losing streak with a 5-1 win over San Marino but returned to it once again, suffering a 1-2 loss to the Czech Republic, so it’s really tough seeing them seriously challenge the in-form home side.
With that in mind, we now expect a very one-sided contest once again and Germans will surely score as many goals as they can, where Over 3.5 goals FT comes off as more of a banker bet at 4/9 with. We’ve seen them score 18 goals in four home games and keep clean sheets on all of the occasions, motivated to maintain the perfect record and celebrate World Cup qualification with the home fans.
BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND - OCTOBER 05: Jerome Boateng of Germany heads clear during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier between Northern Ireland and Germany at Windsor Park on October 5, 2017 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. (Photo by Charles McQuillan/Getty
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Germany have already bagged an incredible 38 goals in qualifying―although one has to mention plenty of those came in two matches against San Marino, one of the lowest-ranked teams in the world by FIFA.

Die Mannschaft will try to add to that tally and should not be afraid to attack Azerbaijan relentlessly―the visitors have only scored nine goals themselves so far and don’t present much of a threat going forward