Betting tips: Germany v England odds, kick-off time and betting preview

We look ahead to Germany v England and bring you the best betting odds and offers ahead of the friendly game

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Can England beat Germany on Saturday evening? Photo: Paddy Power

Roy Hodgson’s England will face the perfect litmus test ahead of Euro 2016 when the Three Lions face World Cup holders Germany in Berlin on Saturday night.

England eased through the Euro 2016 qualifiers over the past two years or so after Hodgson’s men finished top of their group after 10 successive qualifying victories.

England were 2-0 winners against Germany in their last meeting in Berlin in 2008.

However, Joachim Low’s Germany knocked Fabio Capello’s England out of the 2010 World Cup at the last-16 stage in South Africa.

Arsenal centre-half Per Mertesacker scored an unlikely winner in a 1-0 victory at Wembley in their most-recent meeting in 2013.

Hodgson will be looking to field a full-strength side against Germany, although he will be without Manchester City duo Joe Hart and Raheem Sterling.

Here is a preview of the best betting odds for Germany v England in Berlin on Saturday, including some tempting enhancements.

Please note: All of the betting offers featured in this post are time-limited and are subject to removal before the games.

England to beat Germany – 14/1

England can take encouragement from the Republic of Ireland’s 1-0 victory over Germany in October last year, which highlighted the World Cup holders aren’t infallible. England finished their qualifying campaign with a 100 per cent record. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 14/1 on England to beat Germany. Click here to sign up for this offer.

Already have a Paddy Power account? The Tipster is offering new Betfair customers enhanced odds of 14/1 on England to beat Germany.

Germany to beat England – 5/1

Understandably, some punters will fancy the world champions to dismiss England in the German capital. Low’s side have beaten Georgia and Poland in their last two home games. The Tipster is offering new Paddy Power customers enhanced odds of 5/1 on Germany to beat England. Click here to sign up for this offer.

Rep of Ireland to beat Switzerland – 10/1

Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland side have been in a good run of form after qualifying for Euro 2016 via a play-off. Ireland played out a goalless draw with the Swiss in their last meeting at Landsdowne Road in 2005. Betfair are offering new customers enhanced odds of 10/1 on Rep of Ireland to beat Switzerland. Click here to sign up for this offer.

Ronaldo to score any time in Portugal v Bulgaria – 5/1

For those who fancy a goal-scorer bet, Paddy Power have a Cristiano Ronaldo enhancement. The Portugal captain has scored 11 times in his last 10 games in all competitions. New Paddy Power customers can get 5/1 on Ronaldo to score any time in Portugal v Bulgaria. Click here to sign up for this offer.

What time does Germany v England kick off?

England will face bitter rivals Germany in Berlin at 19:30 GMT on Saturday 26 March 2016. The international friendly will be shown live on ITV.

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