While leading nations such as Italy, Spain, France and Belgium battle it out in the Nations League finals, Germany are left to focus on the bread and butter of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup. Despite a slip-up at home to North Macedonia when Joachim Low was in charge, Die Mannschaft are back on track when it comes to securing top spot in Group J.

Hansi Flick was hugely successful in charge of Bayern Munich before deciding to focus on international duties and he has seen his team now rack up seventeen goals in six matches, with the latest of these being a 4-0 triumph away to Iceland. It’s therefore easy to see them enjoying a comfortable margin of victory when they clash with Romania.

The teams met in Bucharest back in March where the Germans enjoyed a slender margin of triumph when winning 1-0 although Flick will expect his side to flex their attacking muscle more at the Volksparkstadion in Hamburg, with Serge Gnabry and Leroy Sane looking dangerous for Bayern.

As for Romania, they are realistic contenders to land second spot and a shot at the play-offs, although this is a side that lack real quality and a 3-2 defeat away to Armenia in March illustrates that their defence could be vulnerable against a Germany side with an elegance of riches.


Germany -2


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